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The Irish Example in Our Ear
The history of how foreign populations created the United States holds lessons for the future. By Heidi Fiske.
Nature is Satan's Church
A bold, eloquent statement shadows the inner feminine and the creative, for all of us. By Elizabeth Barrett.
What their libraries tell us
A big clue to what seeds ecology writer Stephanie Mills' brilliant prose is contained in her home. By Whitney Smith.
Living with Epilepsy: Part II
What navigating the edge of a neurological wildness feels like from the inside. By Audrey Lane Cockett.
In the Wild Culture (Burmese) Kitchen: Golden Egg Curry
Burmese Golden Egg Curry is a beautiful way of presenting eggs. By Naomi Duguid.
Gaze Into My Eyes, Wild Beauty
Cactus, O' Beautiful Cactus! A wildflower lover discovers the pink heart in an orb of prickles. By Alan M. Cvancara.
Researching our response to horrors — why it matters now
A psychotherapist and writer on social movements traces the emotional legacy of authoritarian rule. By Chellis Glendinning.
The Undoing of Economics
Some short films tell stories in traditional ways. Others, like this collaboration by an artist and a filmmaker on the demise of the Newfoundland fish industry, take a less traveled path.
Messaging the Future
Unearthing texting customs from the past — and thoughts on what might come next. By Herbert Wright.
Life & Times of the First Artist
A little film about a man's discovery of the world around him — and about breadwinning, home life and leaving an artistic legacy. With an interview with its creator by Herbert Wright.
Drink from the Fountain of 'Difficult' Poetry
An enhanced understanding of language sometimes comes from busting it apart. 'Dreich', a poem by Louise Bak.
The challenge of difference, 2017 version
On the return of totalitarianism’s curse . . . the sudden Orwell boom . . . and narratives that make so called “others” superfluous. By Henry A. Giroux.
Big River & Big Road of American Music
How a river and a two-lane blacktop from Minnesota to Louisiana became inseparable in the minds of some great music makers. Review by James Cullingham.
Official journal of the Society for the Preservation of Wild Culture