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The Journal of Wild Culture
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A Looser Kind of Disciplined Parenting
A review of Alison Gopnick's new book, The Gardener and the Carpenter. By Juliet Waters, with an excerpt from the book.
Our ad-hoc organized future
To glimpse the cities of tomorrow, Herbert Wright visits one with hardly a yesterday.
A new plan for keeping it in the ground, today!
Save the planet and help tackle climate injustice by getting at the root cause — a presentation submitted at COP21. By David Knight.
Getting Unwired: EMF in your body and your head
This is your brain on what's all around us. Stephanie Mills reviews Chellis Glendinning's Hyper: An Electromagnetic Chapbook.
Up close with one’s large shy neighbours
Somewhere out back there is someone thinking about me. Prose and poems about the wild lives of others. By John Hicks.
You, me and Bigfoot: putting on different skins
New questions spring up in a London exhibition about the human/non-human conversation. By Mark Peter Wright with Nathan Thomas.
Losing the food, but also the craft
When ancient fishing practices are no longer viable, a local culture loses not only some history but a part of its soul. A short film by Tim Wilson.
First Woman in Space Tells Tales
Tracking a Soviet cosmic star's latest trajectory — including some details that didn't get past the censor. By Herbert Wright.
Downriver along tow-paths and vineyard tracks
Tracing the course of a river from the Haute Vienne to the Bay of Biscay. By C C O'Hanlon.
Dietary and Aesthetic Laboratory, South Pole chapter
Cooking up a storm — and sipping a cocktail or two — at the bottom of the world. By Wendy Trusler.
Picking up trash in the last wilderness
Visitors to Antarctica find themselves asking: “Do we really belong here?” From a polar journal by Wendy Trusler and Carol Devine.
Behind the scenes at the Berlin Museum of Medical History with photographer Daniel Alexander and cultural historian Dr Marius Kwint.
Life on ice, death in prison
A discussion with Britain's top mountaineer on the motivations of madness.
Official journal of the Society for the Preservation of Wild Culture