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Tired Ol' Bricks & Mortar Made New
A Polish artist inspires new ways of revitalizing dicey neighbourhoods. By Kyle Pierson.
What we're reading . . .
Developing stories that navigate the edge.
Back Issues of the Wild Culture Sunday Edition
Delve back into what you may have missed!
Here's Lookin' At You, Kid: Bringing Art Inside
Using the opportunity of art to break into a Lithuanian prison. By Herbert Wright.
A Blanket Over Us — 5 poems by Julia Travers
Can someone soothe the world-strain that beleaguers a caring, thoughtful, trusting soul. By Julia Travers.
Cocktails on the Wild (Flavour) Side
Bringing garden and forest flavours into classic cocktails. By Kelly Thomas.
Young people reinhabiting urban space too
A story about a village teenager's passion for a certain city space. By Kieron Bacon.
Read our past issues
At the mouth of a river
Poems that observe what occurs when an ocean beckons a great river. By Michael Magee.
Ryota Matsumoto's extraordinary cities
In digitally-processed paintings an architect/artist renders a new vision of biomorphic urban worlds.
'Tis the season to be untraditional!
A wild cross-cultural feast by private chef Laura Pope, who goes trad with turkey then veers deliciously off into Christmas anarchy.
Birds falling from the sky: Knowing how 5G will could us
Learning about the next generation of electromagnetic radiation . . . and us. By Arthur Firstenberg.
Can China Get Us Out of This Mess?
The world's worst polluter is a surprise leader in the transition to a green economy. By Craig K. Comstock.
Official journal of the Society for the Preservation of Wild Culture