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Looking down the barrel of Guns & (some) People
A conversation with an outsider reveals some fresh ways of looking at the gun debate. By Craig K. Comstock.
Words that conjure 'place spirit'
Our lost connection with nature can be retrieved by describing its vast magic in a phrase. By Nicola Ross.
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Developing stories that navigate the edge.
The Better Devils of our nature
How tapping the wild and crazy energy of thousands of sports fans could be put to good use. By Fred Fiske.
Three poems: 'Notice', 'Guest Room in Toile', 'Dream of the Ink Blue Parlor'
Poems speaking to a sense of detritus, youthful magic and faraway constellations — all in one. By L. A. Weeks.
Soul Song of an Eco-warrior
Why Edward Abbey's sense of what matters is imprinted in local places we cherish. By John Davis.
Where Sport & Art Meet
What makes "the greatest player who ever lived" different from the rest? A dancer and choreographer tells us what she sees. By Patricia Beatty.
'Scientifically formulated' allure . . . Get some today!
Narcissus, Psyche and Eros get wiggy at the beauty counter. "She veers over to the time cream, palms the heavy sea-green tester, and begins to lubricate herself." Humour by Marni Jackson.
Lessons in the art of Music in Landscape
A composer and filmmaker compare methods of making site specific musical compositions in and with Nature. By Russell Craig Richardson & Dean Rosenthal.
Bound for a Better Life
"She feels no bitterness . . ." Stories of Chinese women who endured the wages of a passport to marriage. By Herbert Wright.
Damson ketchup, sorbet & gin — delicious, simple, messy.
Three delightful (and intoxicating) recipes using this diminutive and versatile plum. By Laura Pope.
Dance of the Sabre-Rattlers
Even when saner heads prevail, chance can have its way. "The Normalization Of Mega-risk" by Craig K. Comstock.
Official journal of the Society for the Preservation of Wild Culture