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Cold shifting in the molten landscape
"A respect for places and people who have to survive up there . . ." A Canadian painter's empathy for the northern edge. By Chris Lowry.
David Hlynsky's left-field approach to social commentary
A little film about evading technological tyrants through casual nudity. By David Hynsky.
At the mouth of a river
Poems that observe what occurs when an ocean beckons a great river. By Michael Magee.
The Force that is Populism, Northern Style
Doing the homework . . . piecing together the little clues to big populist successes. By James Cullingham.
Meeting photography at the crossroads
A man with a camera brings some focus to an excitable art form. By Whitney Smith.
The Sweetest Taboo
A new book draws from twenty years of work by a passionately probing Belgium photographer. By Frieke Janssens.
Read our past issues
When Your Writing Isn't Getting Done
For writers or any other creatives: a way to look inside and find out what's causing the logjam. By Sage Cohen.
One Fine Journalist Deserves Another: Labash Does LeDuff
We celebrate a journalist who celebrates a journalist down on his (Trump times) luck and fighting back. By Matt Labash.
'I’ve changed. I was bad. I love you.'
Little windows (AKA flash fiction) of poison ivy welts, sex with his brother, plain pizza and nuances of moisture and mud. By Marianne Rossant.
Ryota Matsumoto's extraordinary cities
In digitally-processed paintings an architect/artist renders a new vision of biomorphic urban worlds.
More hope and change than we can imagine
Allan Savory has his eye on cattle, and how to manage them to make deserts green again. By Dylan Ford.
Bifocal Lens: Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (1931)
Mining the history of cinema for great struggles of the untamed. By Gary Michael Dault.
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