The Pollinators of Slovenia

an Emergence Magazine Production Feature

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It has always been a radical act to share stories during dark times. They are regenerative spaces of creation and renewal. As we experience a loss of sacred connection to the earth, we share stories that explore the timeless connections between ecology, culture, and spirituality.

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Volume 5: Time Launch at AA Bookshop in London

with Marko Milovanovic in conversation with Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee

MAY 15, 2024

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Emergence’s weekly podcast features exclusive interviews, author-narrated essays, poetry, multipart series, and more.
This Week’s Podcast

Fermentation as Metaphor

A Conversation with Sandor Katz

How can we repair our connection with what we eat, rejoining the biological web that we are a part of? In this conversation, fermentation expert Sandor Katz unpacks his book Fermentation as Metaphor, guiding us through the lessons taught by microorganisms as they change form. Exploring how our fear of the other, the unseen, and the unknowable has divorced us from the wonder of fermentation, Sandor shows us how engaging with microbial communities through food—breads, fungi, pickles, yogurts—can bring us into relationship with the tiny but vital unseen forces of the living world.

This Week’s Podcast

How can we repair our connection with what we eat, rejoining the biological web that we are a part of? In this conversation, fermentation expert Sandor Katz unpacks his book Fermentation as Metaphor, guiding us through the lessons taught by microorganisms as they change form. Exploring how our fear of the other, the unseen, and the unknowable has divorced us from the wonder of fermentation, Sandor shows us how engaging with microbial communities through food—breads, fungi, pickles, yogurts—can bring us into relationship with the tiny but vital unseen forces of the living world.

Shikoku Pilgrimage

an Emergence Magazine Production Open Feature

Following the route of 88 Buddhist temples on the Shikoku Pilgrimage, this rich multimedia story brings you into an ancient landscape.

Featured conversations

Counter Mapping

by Adam Loften & Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee Open Film

Jim Enote, a traditional Zuni farmer and director of the A:shiwi A:wan Museum and Heritage Center, is working with Zuni artists to create maps that bring an indigenous voice and perspective back to the land.

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Storytelling with ជាតិ Cheate and ចិត្ត Chett: Tasting the Land with an Open Heart

A Four-Part Course with Award-Winning Filmmaker Kalyanee Mam

October 8 – 29, 2024
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Puffling

by Jessica Bishopp Open Film

In this coming-of-age documentary, we follow two teenagers on a small island off the coast of Iceland who rescue young puffins while grappling with their own futures in a changing world.

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