It's here! Our new Spring issue no 13 is publsihed today. 60+ contributors explore Being Human in a time of collapse. 'What happens when time covers our words w...ith leaves, when our language becomes entwined with the lost tracks of animals? When letters turn into trees, pages burst into flames, when our language comes apart and its fragments cohere into other shapes? When we hold time in our bodies and not in our minds, what stories do we then tell?
Open the page. Find out!:
My contribution to the Wicked Problems Collaborative's first book, "What Do We Do about Inequality?"
Coming to grips with Charlottesville, Trump, and denial.
James Croft of the Ethical Society of St. Louis joins Paul Fidalgo to bring a humanist perspective to the events in Charlottesville, and how humanism can confront injustice wherever it arises.
This is about permanence.
No one needs this thing. Don't let that stop you.