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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.
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.
Dr Earnest and Mrs Strange: Angela Lizon's Dark Innocence
With Velazquez and Victorian cautionary tales in mind, a new show in London navigates the edge of wild culture.
The balance of needs & wants, and what's to be done about it
A major in-depth reappraisal of our thinking about how to approach our climate and energy future. By Chris Lowry
Cuba's Next Bold Move: Opening Doors
A report on Cuba before American tourism, business interests and who knows what else begins to make a difference there. By James Cullingham.
'Preserve land & each other': toward a new manifesto
Some tirades are worth reading because they say uncomfortable things we'd rather not hear — and they say them well. By Stephanie Mills.
Why women doing special projects still matters
An all-female crew rides out some heavy weather across the Atlantic to gather new data on ocean pollution. By Herbert Wright.
Reading the ocean for plastic
How to go from molecular soil biologist to Atlantic adventurer? Ask Lucy Gilliam—eco-navigator with an all female crew. By Herbert Wright.
Watching the Detectives . . .
A famous human rights lawyer explains how new and sweeping types of legislation can strip freedoms we take for granted. By Paul Copeland.
Twice a week for how many years?
In part 2 of our series Of A Certain Age: some surprising revelations while tracking the mating habits of the wiser and more experienced. By Maere Sage.
Creating a necessary imaginary mass grave
Making the poisoned earth of memory fertile again is for Dutch art duo NOK&T an act of creative faith and rejuvenation. By Whitney Smith.
Love letter to my country
On the beauty and heartache of Egypt — and its present quarrel with itself and history. By Yahia Lababidi. Photographs by Constance Marten.
Bad Boy Who Would Be Christ King
An irrepressible untamed spirit, artist, English minstrel, and legendary Libertine has been crucified in London . . . in a church. By Herbert Wright.
Official journal of the Society for the Preservation of Wild Culture