Fifty years later, Wendell Berry revisits the themes he introduced in The Hidden Wound.
Hosea testifies to an earth that laments with its people.
Some Indigenous traditions suggest that rocks are sentient. What does this mean for how we humans relate to them?
It’s also about a conflict within the order of the universe.
The Trump administration is treating it as plunder. The Antiquities Act saw it as a bearer of stories and wonders.
Reconciliation requires relocation. To see the effects of our food choices, we have to get close to the land.