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  • Ryota Matsumoto, Journal of Wild Culture, ©2017 1472.png
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    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 (mountain), Journal of Wild Culture, ©2017 1435.pn
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    Taste of Persia (mountain), Journal of Wild Culture, ©2017 1435.pn
    Naomi Duguid's trek through Persia and neighbouring countries, in search of great cuisine. Reviewed by Chris Lowry.
  • People's Climate March posters, Wild Culture, ©2014, photo by Whitney Smith
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    People's Climate March posters, Wild Culture, ©2014, photo by Whitney Smith
    Marchers tap the creative spirit to ignite change. Photo essay by Whitney Smith.
  • Horsey Island, Essex, March 2013, Wild Culture, © Jason Orton
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    Horsey Island, Essex, March 2013, Wild Culture, © Jason Orton
    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.
  • House on lake (cover), Journal of the Wild Culture, ©2016 1187
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    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.
  • Rick Simon, Wild Culture, ©2015
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    Rick Simon, Wild Culture, ©2015
    Rick/Simon started out in the graphics trade by tweaking his grandmother's greeting cards, and never looked back. By Whitney Smith.
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    What research is telling us about the effects of willing ourselves to be quiet for a few minutes a day. By Nicky Penttila.
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    The farm began with 500 tiny tilapia fry and a few mint and basil plants in Toole’s 14th floor apartment. By Rosie Jackson.
  • Anasazi cave village, Journal of Wild Culture ©2017
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    Anasazi cave village, Journal of Wild Culture ©2017
    Past fallen civilizations and what they tell us about how to get to a sustainable future. By John Davis.
  • Finders Keepers
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    Finders Keepers
    How the mundane becomes inspirational . . . A major exhibition celebrates the beauty of random objects collected with love and taste. By Sophie Kromholz.
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    Sitting somewhere between devotional literature and diary writing, five short prose pieces about the enchantment of everyday life. By Sherry Sonnett.
  • Edward Abbey, Wild Culture, ©2014
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    Edward Abbey, Wild Culture, ©2014
    Why Edward Abbey's sense of what matters is imprinted in local places we cherish. By John Davis.

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