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Slow-Cooked Thoughts

by Emily Webber

The eclectic entries of "Slow-Cooked Thoughts" prompt inquiry related to the value of art and the importance of maintaining respect for the natural world. "Slow-Cooked Thoughts" compiles Rohan de Soysa’s articles, lectures,... Read More

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The Wonder of Water

by Rachel Jagareski

The thought-provoking and scholarly chapters of "The Wonder of Water" reframe how we think about water. This interdisciplinary collection examines the developing field of water ethics, with ideas about realigning human relationships with... Read More

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Try to Get Lost

by Kristine Morris

Admit it: moving heavy bags and exhausted bodies through airport hallways, jostled by crowds of other harried, vacant-eyed travelers, is not fun. And these days, even budget travel is expensive and questionable. So why go? The essays in... Read More

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Invisible People

by Jaime Herndon

The journalist Alex Tizon had a goal: to bring to visibility those “who existed outside the mainstream’s field of vision.” He felt that everyone had a story, and he wanted to help people tell it. That’s exactly what "Invisible... Read More

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