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One Fine Journalist Deserves Another: Labash Does LeDuff
We celebrate a journalist who celebrates a journalist down on his (Trump times) luck and fighting back. By Matt Labash.
What we're reading . . .
Developing stories that navigate the edge.
World's Great Wild Culture Golf Courses, No 1
Comparing those far out courses you’ve played? Try and top this one. By Whitney Smith.
What goes on in non-human hearts and minds
The nature poems of Pete Mullineaux.
Notes on life in the Age of repressive politics
Making connections: Trump's parade, Foucault and Sartre, equity and excellence, learning and ethics. By Henry A. Giroux.
Serenading Mr. Many-legs
Legends of schoolgirls tempting them through song? A new book transforms the way we think about arachnids. By Eleanor Morgan.
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.
The Sweetest Taboo
A new book draws from twenty years of work by a passionately probing Belgium photographer. By Frieke Janssens.
'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.
Ryota Matsumoto's extraordinary cities
In digitally-processed paintings an architect/artist renders a new vision of biomorphic urban worlds.
The balance of needs & wants, and what's to be done about it
A major in-depth reappraisal of our thinking about how to approach our climate and energy future. By Chris Lowry
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.
Official journal of the Society for the Preservation of Wild Culture