Editorials

For What It’s Worth
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For What It’s Worth

Wandering the streets of San Francisco, browsing the city’s bookshelves, a writer reflects on twenty years of literary and artistic influence, navigating an increasingly unfamiliar landscape in New York City.

The Great Glasgow COP-Out
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The Great Glasgow COP-Out

In early November 2021, thousands of global environmental and climate justice activists gathered in Glasgow, Scotland for the 26th annual convention on climate change to demand for an energy transformation and the health of the world’s most vulnerable communities.

Navel Gazing
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Navel Gazing

An insight into America’s “culture wars” using the example of Dave Chappelle to highlight the extant and emerging fault lines of artistic freedom of expression and censorship.

Squatch: A Big, Hairy, American Metaphor
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Squatch: A Big, Hairy, American Metaphor

In the redwood forests outside Santa Cruz, author Sidd Joag’s childhood curiosities are awakened when he meets cryptozoological archivist and founder of the Bigfoot Discovery Museum, Michael Rugg, who life’s work leaves him questioning the relevance of Bigfoot’s existence versus the value of celebrating intellectual curiosity.

Blind Spots
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Blind Spots

While the pandemic’s impact on social, political, and economic structures has been unprecedented, the uncertainty, tension, and collapse that people face on a daily basis is not.

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