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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.
Fast and loose with history
How the right-wing Polish government tried to liquidate the country's new and biggest historical museum, and may try again. By Herbert Wright.
I will pretend I am hunting monkeys
Oil and water, up and down the Amazon. An Ecuadorian warrior travels north to take on the Company. By Joe Kane.
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.
What we're reading . . .
Developing stories that navigate the edge.
Ten cents a plant, that's what they pay me
The society of young tree planters is one that grows tight root systems from intimate exposure to wilderness, soil and brutal work. By Kristel Derkowski.
'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.
Is that a face or a building?
A study finds that we process faces and architecture using the same part of the brain. By Peter McMahon.
Trump's embrace of brother rogues
On Trump's embrace of rogue states, dictators and neo-fascist politicians. By Henry A. Giroux.
'Preserve land & each other': toward a new manifesto
Some tirades are worth reading because they say uncomfortable things we'd rather not hear — and say them well. By Stephanie Mills.
Marching out of love & fear
Marchers tap the creative spirit to ignite change. Photo essay by Whitney Smith.
Researching our response to horrors — why it matters now
A psychotherapist and writer on social movements traces the emotional legacy of authoritarian rule. By Chellis Glendinning.
Official journal of the Society for the Preservation of Wild Culture