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Art and Creativity

Issue 335, November 2003
- “Keep the Hand Moving,” an interview with Natalie Goldberg
- Alison Luterman’s “The Secret of My Success”
- Sparrow’s “Money-Back Guarantee”
- Erin Van Rheenen’s “Thirteen Ways of Claiming a Literary Prize”

Issue 356, August 2005
- “The Saint, the Murderer, All of It: Li-Young Lee’s Poetry of Reconciliation”
- Li-Young Lee’s “Selected Poems”
- Saint James Harris Wood’s “Captive Audience: Confessions of a Book Junkie”

Issue 411, March 2010
- “Till Morning Comes: Tim Farrington on Creativity, Depression, and the Dark Night of the Soul”
- Clemens Kalischer’s photo essay “Artists at Work”

Democracy and Politics

Issue 334, October 2003
- “Language of Mass Deception,” an interview with Noam Chomsky on how the government controls public opinion
- Stephen J. Lyons’s “End Times”
- James Agee’s “America! Look at Your Shame!”
- Otis Haschemeyer’s “The Designated Marksman”

Issue 346, October 2004
- “One Patriot Acts,” an interview with Daniel Ellsberg
- Claude Anshin Thomas’s “At Hell’s Gate: A Soldier’s Journey from War to Peace”

Issue 347, November 2004
- “Homeland Insecurity: Why U.S. Foreign Policy Endangers Us All,” an interview with Stan Goff
- Sy Safransky’s “Hurricane Ralph”
- Danusha Veronica Goska’s “Political Paralysis”


Issue 274, October 1998
- “Nature of the Beast,” an interview with John Robbins on the great American food machine
- M. Cassandra Cossitt’s “Food Diary”
- Michael Blaine’s story “The Cooking Lesson”
- Readers on “Candy”

Issue 313, January 2002
- “What We’re Really Hungry For,” an interview with Geneen Roth on mindful eating
- Wendell Berry’s “The Pleasures of Eating”
- Gary Walts’s photo essay “The LaBrie Farm”

Issue 365, May 2006
- “Lost in the Supermarket,” an interview with Michael Pollan on how the food industry has changed the way we eat
- “The Anxiety of Eating,” an excerpt from Michael Pollan’s The Omnivore’s Dilemma
- Deirdre Peterson’s essay “Seventy-Two Labors”

Illness and Healing

Issue 223, July 1994
- “Stones of Light: An Interview with David Freidel”
- Andrew Weil’s “Why We Are All Addicted”

Issue 289, January 2000
- “Body Language,” an interview with Marc Ian Barasch on illness and healing
- Susan Parker’s “And Jill Came Tumbling After,” about her husband’s life-changing accident

Issue 349, January 2005
- “Sitting in the Fire: Pema Chödrön on Turning toward Pain”
- Pema Chödrön’s “No Such Thing as a True Story”
- Sherri L. Hopper’s “When This Is Over”
- Ira Sukrungruang’s “Famous Last Words”

Love and Sexuality

Issue 368, August 2006
- “Men Are from Earth, and So Are Women: Marion Woodman on the Inner Marriage of the True Masculine and the True Feminine”
- Susan Carol Hauser’s “The Marriage Bed”
- Laura Pritchett’s “Under the Apple Tree”
- Readers on “Temptation”

Issue 397, January 2009
- “A Mindful Marriage: Kittisaro and Thanissara on Celibacy, Sex, and Lasting Love”
- Lois Judson’s “I Am Not a Sex Goddess”
- Readers on “Saying Yes”

Issue 443, November 2012
- Gillian Kendall’s “Easily Led”
- Jonathan Starke’s “The Unraveling Ties of the Universe”
- Miciah Bay Gault’s “Wetlands”
- Brian Doyle’s “First Kiss”

Media and Power

Issue 297, September 2000
- “Free Press for Sale: How Corporations Have Bought the First Amendment,” an interview with Robert McChesney
- Wendell Berry’s “In Distrust of Movements”
- Jim Hightower’s “Beelzebub’s Buzzwords”

Issue 337, January 2004
- “Don’t Just Sit There: Eli Pariser’s E-mail Revolution”
- Lorenzo Milam’s “A Plan to Change the World”
- “A Brief History of The Sun
- Gillian Kendall’s “Allies”

Issue 399, March 2009
- “Computing the Cost: Nicholas Carr on How the Internet Is Rewiring Our Brains”
- Wendell Berry’s “Why I Am Not Going to Buy a Computer”

Psychology and the Mind

Issue 348, December 2004
- “Many Thanks: Gregg Krech on the Revolutionary Practice of Gratitude”
- Michelle Cacho-Negrete’s “On Terror”
- Alan Craig’s “My Lunatic Brother”

Issue 363, March 2006
- “Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream: Jeremy Taylor on Dreams as a Tool for Social Change”
- Eric Puchner’s “Essay #3: Leda and the Swan”
- Genie Zeiger’s “My Father, Who Art in Heaven”
- Suzanne Murray’s “Adrift”

Issue 385, January 2008
- “Through a Glass Darkly: Miriam Greenspan on Moving from Grief to Gratitude”
- Alan Craig’s “Push Here for Tears”

Religion and Spirituality

Issue 369, September 2006
- “The Temple of Reason: Sam Harris on How Religion Puts the World at Risk”
- Poe Ballantine’s “God’s Day”
- Pema Chödrön’s “The Ultimate Kindness”
- Stuart Kestenbaum’s “Litany”

Issue 384, December 2007
- “Who Hears This Sound? Adyashanti on Waking Up from the Dream of ‘Me,’ ” an interview by Luc Saunders and Sy Safransky
- Adrie Kusserow’s “The Sweet Hereafter”
- Readers on “Getting Ready”

Issue 402, June 2009
- “What Jesus Would Do: John Dear on Nonviolence, Civil Disobedience, and Doing Time”
- Fred Bahnson’s “Martyr’s Mirror”
- Doug Crandell’s “Curvature”
- Mark Smith-Soto’s “Calligraphy”

The Good Earth

Issue 374, February 2007
- “Nature-Deficit Disorder? Richard Louv Asks Whether We’re Raising Our Children under House Arrest”

Issue 444, December 2012
- “If Your House Is on Fire: Kathleen Dean Moore on the Moral Urgency of Climate Change”
- Sparrow’s “Fifteen Ways to Survive the Coming Collapse of Civilization”
- Simone Poirier-Bures’s “Brown Thrush”

Issue 450, June 2013
- “The Undiscovered Country: John Elder on the Wild Places Close to Home”
- Poe Ballantine’s “The Tyranny of Paradise”

The Natural World

Issue 295, July 2000
- “Where the Buffalo Go,” an interview with Vine Deloria about how science ignores the living world
- Bill McKibben’s “Consuming Nature”
- Ruth Foster’s “Death of a Milk Cow”

Issue 303, March 2001
- “A Weakened World Cannot Forgive Us,” an interview with Kathleen Dean Moore
- Barbara Hurd’s “Erased Edges”

Issue 309, September 2001
- “An Icon for Our Time,” an interview with Stewart Brand
- Stewart Brand’s essay “The Long Now”
- D. Patrick Miller’s “Great Pains,” about the late environmental crusader David Brower
- David Brower’s essay “Third Planet Operating Instructions”

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