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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.
Words that conjure 'place spirit'
Our lost connection with nature can be retrieved by describing its vast magic in a phrase. By Nicola Ross.
Dance of the Sabre-Rattlers
Even when saner heads prevail, chance can have its way. "The Normalization Of Mega-risk" by Craig K. Comstock.
Lessons from the post-human city
Morphological transformations within our ever-evolving urban zones, and why it matters to think about them. Images and text by Ryota Matsumoto.
'Taste of Persia' Reviewed + 4 Recipes for a Feast
Naomi Duguid's trek through Persia and neighbouring countries, in search of great cuisine. Reviewed by Chris Lowry.
Three poems: 'Notice', 'Guest Room in Toile', 'Dream of the Ink Blue Parlor'
Poems speaking to a sense of detritus, youthful magic and faraway constellations — all in one. By L. A. Weeks.
Marching out of love & fear
Marchers tap the creative spirit to ignite change. Photo essay by Whitney Smith.
Changing vista, changing eye
T. S. Eliot said poetry of the past evolves as new generations of readers consume it. Looking around, how is the landscape—and our perceptions of it—shifting with time? By Ken Worpole and Jason Orton.
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.
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.
Official journal of the Society for the Preservation of Wild Culture