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Finding a common thread in the material that came together for this issue has been especially challenging. We think "hidden nature" fits, especially if one lets the word "nature" wander freely into any territory it might feel at home in. Editor's Introduction

 

Issue# 27               Nov 2013

Hidden Nature

Table of Contents

Art & Science Fusion
A Conversation with Donna Billick & Diane Ullman

Portfolio: Kristen Van Diggelen

City Beekeeper
A Conversation with Meredith May

Congratulations on Your Caribou
A Conversation with David Fullarton

Art of Living: Steve Karlin and Susie Bear
Anne Veh

Unexpected Beauty: Thought on a New Bridge
Richard Whittaker

Two Poems by Red Hawk
The Namer
The Family Cow

Indigo Animal
Rue Harrison

 
 
 
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