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Lessons from the post-human city
Morphological transformations within our ever-evolving urban zones, and why it matters to think about them. Images and text by Ryota Matsumoto.
Thylacine: Extinct Moves In the Dark Wood
What is revealed as we navigate the wilderness edge? A poem, and the Wild Culture Scribblers' Questionnaire, by Susan Richardson.
Simplest Chicken Mole Verde Recipe Ever! (Maybe)
An easy version of a classic Mexican dish — one of Oaxaca's 'seven moles' — with chicken. By Whitney Smith and Marie Flores Urtado.
When Big is Beautiful: Campaign Organizing
Two architects of Bernie Sanders' national, volunteer-driven grassroots campaign make the case for a new approach. By Becky Bond & Zack Exley.
Ballsing it out on the edge of a Precipice
A freestyle adventure tale, 'The Ewe Stone' . . . a mountaineer's solo climb goes seriously strange. By Mark Goodwin.
What Might Have Been: Reflections on 1970s Afghanistan
The tragic case study of Afghanistan before blowback. By Chris Lowry.
"One touch of nature makes the whole world kin"
"The woman looked up at me and said, in some kind of broken English, 'Did you see it? Was it …?'" A vacation report by Fred Fiske.
Land, Communities, History and Us
On a desolate island in the northwestern Scotland, lessons in trying to intuit the past through marks on the landscape. By David Frankel.
Changing vista, changing eye
T. S. Eliot said poetry of the past evolves as new generations of readers consume it. Looking around, how is the landscape—and our perceptions of it—shifting with time? By Ken Worpole and Jason Orton.
Raising memory from a fallen house
A Danish conceptual artist crafts a talisman for a new home. By Daniel Seferian Spies.
Deliberately Moving Away to Something Else
An arty, earth-lovin', radical road-crazed cast of semi-serious, semi-sweet characters celebrate settling down. By Whitney Smith.
Walking the Soul Edge of Dance
A choreographer presents evidence of a dancing life. By Patricia Beatty, with photographs by Cylla von Tiedemann.
Reading the recipe in the landscape
How a foraging chef unearths 'dynamic cuisine' in a garden made wildly — under a monumental city bridge. By Kevin Evilsizor.
Official journal of the Society for the Preservation of Wild Culture