Volume 21 Issue 1
The Return is a collaboration between photographer Adrain Chesser and ritualist Timothy White Eagle. The aim was to create a mythic portrait of a people, a place, and an ideal, working with a coterie of fierce individuals who traveled...
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Sanctions, threats, and aid from governments and NGOs have all failed to change the totalitarian regime in North Korea, but American Evangelical pastor Eric Foley says he has what the country needs: Bibles, and lots of them.
Recife is known for its majestic bridges, but in November a newspaper photo highlighted one of the metropolis’s uglier aspects: a nine-year-old kid submerged in a garbage-filled canal beneath one of those famous bridges, picking cans out of the filthy...
Falling asleep, I often find a convincing, semiconscious simulacrum of cozy peace by imagining a nonscientific, crayon-drawn version of a light field, and then focusing tighter and tighter on the black empty places in between the things.
Lady Cadet Wardah was one of 32 women, ages 23 to 27, who comprised the Pakistan Military Academy 2013 lady cadet class. It's Pakistan’s answer to West Point; it’s just as hard to gain entry, and those who do, go on to lead young soldiers into battle.
Izvoarele is a small village of 300 homes in southern Romania that had a problem late last year: There was constantly an earthquake happening, but no one knows exactly why so many quakes hit.
Yahya Hassan is an 18-year-old Muslim Palestinian immigrant to Denmark who has become a social critic, celebrity writer, and general shit-stirrer—all thanks to a slim volume of poetry.