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Anxious Bedfellows of Eco & Econ
Getting closer to the earth . . . while resisting the pull of our economic satisfactions. By John Davis.
Are the Sea Urchins Singing to Me?
As a child she lived among marine life being studied. As an adult scientist she is open to the greater possibilities of what surrounds us. By Olga V. Naidenko.
Lawns of Grass
Artist-gardener Gene Threndyle on the green beneath our feet.
Terra Firma & the Unlevel Sea
What Miami's environmental vulnerability means to its citizens, their properties, their way of life — and the land beneath their feet. By Stan Cox and Paul Cox.
A place no white wanted
When a writer starts asking about who lived in their house before them, out comes a slice of not-so-romantic American history. By Kelly Garriott Waite.
Surviving Irma: Blow by blow
From someone who was there, a few things you might want to know about getting caught in a Category 5. By Diana Thatcher.
'I’ve changed. I was bad. I love you.'
Little windows (AKA flash fiction) of poison ivy welts, sex with his brother, plain pizza and nuances of moisture and mud. By Marianne Rossant.
The Sweetest Taboo
A new book draws from twenty years of work by a passionately probing Belgium photographer. By Frieke Janssens.
Cave Time and Sea Changes
Sea cave audio-poetry by Matthew Clegg, with an illustration by Rebecca French.
Finding The Truth Where It Hurts
A provocative new show at the ICA in London places the analysis of evidence in the hands of civilians and institutions rather than the state. Review by Herbert Wright.
Keeping snow & ice from going gray
Microplastics and heavy fuel oil, to name two . . . How the metamorphosis of ice is beckoning us, and how we might respond. By Carol Devine.
Raising memory from a fallen house
A Danish conceptual artist crafts a talisman for a new home. By Daniel Seferian Spies.
The Loving Ache for Nature
What a true ear for counterpoint in nature poetry is capable of. Poetry by Lis Sanchez.
Official journal of the Society for the Preservation of Wild Culture