• Emergence Magazine | Vol. 4
  • Emergence Magazine | Vol. 4
  • Emergence Magazine | Vol. 4

Emergence Magazine | Vol. 4

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Emergence Magazine | Ecology, Culture, and Spirituality
Vol. 4 | Shifting Landscapes

Just as the Earth’s ancient patterns and pathways are undergoing seismic shifts, so too are our cultural landscapes—histories are being uncovered, outdated myths discarded, and new stories brought to light. What do we need to orient ourselves when the world we have known is coming undone and new configurations are still taking shape?

Our fourth volume, Shifting Landscapes, is woven from this liminal space. Within you’ll find stories of changing rivers and migrating forests, blurred boundaries between human and animal, geological landscapes that reveal human histories, and prophecies that weave themselves into the land. The voices gathered in this volume bear witness to the Earth’s changing face and respond to her evolving song.

The writers, photographers and artists who contributed to Shifting Landscapes have been honored with numerous awards, including the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry, the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, the National Book Award, the American Book Award, a Guggenheim Fellowship, a Lannan Literary Fellowship, PEN / Jean Stein Award, National Book Critics Circle Award, a Gold Medal from The Society of Illustrators, European Wildlife Photographer of the Year, and the MacArthur Fellowship, a Whiting Award, and the T.S. Eliot Prize. David Abram, Anna Badkhen, James Bridle, Jeffrey Jerome Cohen, Russel Albert Daniels, Natalie Diaz, Jamie Figueroa, Ross Gay, Stephen Gill, Bear Guerra, David George Haskell, Katie Holten, Laia Jufresa, Stephanie Krzywonos, Arati Kumar-Rao, Daniel Liévano, Tristan McConnell, N. Scott Momaday, Kerri ní Dochartaigh, Masatsugu Ono, Gheorghe Popa, Nathaniel Rich, Greg Sarris, Lauret Savoy, Jeremy Seifert, Chelsea Steinauer-Scudder, Ocean Vuong, Sarah Waiswa, Alexis Wright, Julian Yates.

275 pages
11.1” x 8.5” x .6”

Release date: May 2, 2023

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