Watching the World Outside My Door
Rob Carney and Samantha Clark
17th September, 2020
Two penetrating glimpses into the wild world in times of calamity: Rob Carney's juxtaposition of the poetic and the political observing a hawk and squirrel in the US; Samantha Clark's lockdown contemplation of loss and stillness by a loch on a grey day on Orkney.
Fine Particles of Brilliant Forests, Burning
Becca Rose Hall and Rosalie Chapple
14th September, 2020
As catastrophic fires continue to rage through West coast in the US and the wetlands of Brazil, a lament for the burning of wild lives of the forests in Washington and Australia.
The Beholding Eye
8th September, 2020
In the first of two pieces about landscape and perception, Jane Lovell explores geographer W.S Meinig's work on the ways we look at and have relationship with the land – from Cambridgeshire fields to a devastated Kent orchard to a 'wild' Sussex estuary.
Enter: Thunder, Fire, Smoke and Relearning New Languages
Sara Jolena Wolcott M.Div
2nd September, 2020
As lightning strikes California and the ancient forests burn, Sara Jolena Walcott gives a searing report on the re-forming of Earth and the urgent work of decolonisation.
Dark Mountain: Issue 18 – FABULA
The Autumn 2020 issue is dedicated entirely to fiction, featuring short stories, illustrations and colour artwork