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Sucre, Bolivia: City of Five Names
On Bolivia's beautiful and entrancing historical capital. By Chellis Glendinning. Photographs by Whitney Smith.
Australia's smouldering 19th-century art catches fire
A new show at the National Gallery in London, Australian Impressionists, shows us what we've been missing. By Marilyn Mercer.
What's your favorite season in Turtle Cove?
When there's no answer to this question, it must be love. Prose and poems about intimacy with time in place, place in time. By Sean Prentiss.
Many Questions make a Master
Rick/Simon started out in the graphics trade by tweaking his grandmother's greeting cards, and never looked back. By Whitney Smith.
Her ear tuned to the earth
Three poems: On The Cusp of the Known World: A Field Guide, Water Witch, and Skin of Stars. By Amelia L. Williams.
Words that conjure 'place spirit'
Our lost connection with nature can be retrieved by describing its vast magic in a phrase. By Nicola Ross.
Winning battles in the war on poaching
In the war against wild animal poaching, a photographer clicked on a successful solution. Interview with Margot Raggett.
An indefatigable dialogue: shape, color & commitment
A young painter's peripatetic journey. By Whitney Smith.
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.
Of Art and Mourning
How an artist's eloquent grief charges memory of a departed loved one. By Whitney Smith.
On Earth, Unshod!
Touching, and being touched, by our planet's welcoming skin. By Amber Massie-Blomfield.
The Litter Chain is Long
The tug between self interest and the commonweal. Fred Fiske's mother's test tells us about ourselves.
How About a Place for Me?
In the Asian regions a sophisticated sharing of knowledge is helping preserve big cats. By Stephanie V. Sears.
Official journal of the Society for the Preservation of Wild Culture