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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.
Zeus: The Apology
The cloud-gatherer Zeus issued this message today through his public relations team of rustling oak trees. By Prudence Crowther.
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.
Ryota Matsumoto's extraordinary cities
In digitally-processed paintings an architect/artist renders a new vision of biomorphic urban worlds.
Notes on life in the Age of repressive politics
Making connections: Trump's parade, Foucault and Sartre, equity and excellence, learning and ethics. By Henry A. Giroux.
Serenading Mr. Many-legs
Legends of schoolgirls tempting them through song? A new book transforms the way we think about arachnids. By Eleanor Morgan.
'Prayer Does Not Have To' & other poems
A poet with a keen eye for the quiet nuanced details of place. By Jack B. Bidell.
Poems from an earlier #MeToo
A searing voice speaks about what it's like to be on the receiving end of sexual misconduct. By Jan Beatty.
The Courage to start the possibly impossible
How to cross a desert on foot as fast as possible. By Jonny Wright.
Cold shifting in the molten landscape
"A respect for places and people who have to survive up there . . ." A Canadian painter's empathy for the northern edge. By Chris Lowry.
How we got here and what we need to do to move forward. An essay by Kate Harding.
'Real Men Can't Be Seen . . .'
. . . only Jim, who is a dream. By Roxanna Bikadoroff.
The Long Emergency & the Way Forward
The next big transition for humans, writes David Orr in his new book, is beginning from the bottom up. By Gene Marshall.
Official journal of the Society for the Preservation of Wild Culture