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The Journal of Wild Culture
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How the Built Environment Affects Us
A new exhibition in London explores how buildings help and hurt us. By Herbert Wright.
A galloping meditation on split levels, Tories and Whigs, tops as bottoms and . . . and. Yeah, indescribable. By Paul Dutton.
Old World Reciprocity for 'Mangacakes'
Spend an enjoyable afternoon with friends — and take home a year's supply of delicious tomato sauce. By Whitney Smith.
Atomic Soldiers, Welcome!
A short story about innocence all 'round in the early days of the thermonuclear age. By Chellis Glendinning.
Variations on Huxley's 'Gleam' of the Visionary
Huxley's little book on art that induces, or at least depicts, visionary experience. By Craig K. Comstock.
Making Cumin sing, and other Indian cooking tips
An expat brings her panache with Indian cooking to the central highlands of Mexico. By Robin Rainbow Gate.
A Sketching Lesson in 5 Easy Steps
A simple and clever set of instructions to help you free your inner artist — to capture quick little views of nature. By Jolie Kaytes.
Chief Seattle's Grave & other poems from Cascadia
Poetic notes on a bioregion mix hurt, ill-tuned motives and hope. By Mike Dillon.
David Hlynsky's left-field approach to social commentary
A little film about evading technological tyrants through casual nudity. By David Hynsky.
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.
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.
Meeting photography at the crossroads
A man with a camera brings some focus to an excitable art form. By Whitney Smith.
Bifocal Lens: Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (1931)
Mining the history of cinema for great struggles of the untamed. By Gary Michael Dault.
Official journal of the Society for the Preservation of Wild Culture