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When Travel Gets its Hooks into You
Arriving at an amazing destination that urges you to consider everything. By Whitney Smith.
Alice Munro on telling stories
"I can't remember when I wasn't writing stories." Interview with the Nobel Prize winner by Stefan Åsberg.
Bifocal Lens: Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (1931)
Mining the history of cinema for great struggles of the untamed. By Gary Michael Dault.
The Inside and Out of Loving
A suitcase stuffed with one long life, Pennsylvania's great river valley and a walk into the temptation of night. Poems by Melanie Simms.
How to Peel & Dice a Mango in 20 seconds
Cut a mango like a master! By Arturo of Coyoácan.
Ambiguity as an artistic device
For artist and viewer, the resistant image offers rich possibilities. Photographs by Karl Schiffman.
Good Ole Boys Wanna be Heard Too
"It happens when I say to them, 'You are powerless, and you know it.'" And it happened at the ballot box, too. On white boy power — by Shariff Abdullah.
Seduced by Plants: To Draw You is to Know You
Using your nascent artistic talent to study the urban wilderness. By Waverly Fitzgerald.
Collaborating with the Enemy
A master facilitator of high-level problematic situations in South Africa and Colombia explains his approach. Interview by Whitney Smith & Beatrice Briggs.
In the heat of the joint
Stirring the coals of Eros and longing. Two poems, plus the Wild Culture Scribblers Questionnaire, by Marianne Rossant.
Practical Wildness in Your Garden Ecosystem
Have Native Plant Garden, Will Travel. Knowing how your small garden practice can make big change. By Laura Johnson.
How Art Can Send us
When an artist cuts a diamond out of his ancestor's mythology. By Craig Comstock.
The Need for a Calendar
Mayan farmers and the creation of a timepiece of astonishing accuracy. By Charlie Goff and Carol Hopkins.
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