The Wild issue

Issue 19, Fall 2010

Issue 19

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Obviously some forests are not wild. Humans love to domesticate nature. But even the so-called wild forests have been disturbed by humans. Still, there is something untameable about everything.
  • The Wild issue
  • Regulars
  • Editorial
    Aiden Enns 6
  • Letters 8
  • The Soapboxer: Nature is soulful again
    Nicholas Klassen 14
  • The Pastor’s wife: Found and lost
    Carrie S. Martin 41
  • Culturosities
  • Transit ad space, take it or buy it
    Geez staff 15
  • Radical homemakers 17
  • What’s the Big Issue? 17
  • The Wild Issue
  • The secret desires of houseplants
    Becky Crook 20
  • It all starts here
    Rob Grace 22
  • Free morning
    Paula Spurr 23
  • Extreme urban camping
    Shannon Blake 25
  • Into the backyard
    Katie Edmonds 26
  • My flight on a Chinese postal bike
    Sarah E. Truman 31
  • Slick business: Selling our seas for oil
    Amanda Follett 34
  • Naked before God, something changed
    Sarah Stankorb 38
  • In the name of the pelican, the bayou and the fisherfolk
    Sandra Malasky 44
  • Crow planet: Essential wisdom from the urban wilderness
    Lyanda Lynn Haupt 46
  • Crash course for the urban naturalist
    Lyanda Lynn Haupt 48
  • Where the wild things grow
    Clayton Dach 50
  • Solidarity with the crows
    Aiden Enns 52
  • My best friend is a nice Gaia
    Karis Granberg-Michaelson 55
  • The wolf turns
    Carla Keast 81
  • Poetry
  • We take the sky
    Susanna Childress
  • Experiments
  • Inventor sails the prairies
    Eva Klassen 60
  • Rich man ‘de-junks’ for refugee family
    Geez Staff 62
  • Make your own furoshiki bag
    Eva Klassen 63
  • Civil disobedience
  • Housing evictions
    Geez Staff 64
  • Urban chickens
    Geez Staff 65
  • Women as priests
    Geez Staff 65
  • Bank angst
    Geez Staff 65
  • News
  • Arizona teachers told to lose the accent 67
  • Pride Toronto 67
  • Wendell Berry snubs alma mater 71
  • Reviews
  • One Square Inch of Silence 74
  • Absence of Mind 75
  • Living Downstream 75
  • On Evil 77

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