Author Profile: Jay Griffiths
Jay Griffiths is a regular contributor to the Environment page of The Guardian and author of Pip Pip: A Sideways Look At Time.
Issue 299 • November/December 2016 • Brave New Worlds > Ethical Living
Manic depression can reveal profound poetic truth
The Boat People sculptures of Peter Adams
Issue 294 • January/February 2016 • A Food Renaissance > Undercurrents
Schumacher College celebrates 25 years of teaching and holistic thinking
Songlines of Freedom • Jay Griffiths
Issue 270 • January/February 2012 • A New Moral Compass > Biocultural Diversity
How the people of West Papua use music and song to tell their stories
Review of A global journey in search of the will of the wild.
A Sense of Place • Jay Griffiths
Issue 212 • May/June 2002 • Kamasutra: The Art of Love > Regulars > A Sense of Place
WOODEN BOOKS • Jay Griffiths
Issue 203 • November/December 2000 • It is a gift to be simple > Magazines & Publishers
Books with quality of craftsmanship and delicate charm.
LOCAL TIME • Jay Griffiths
Issue 199 • March/April 2000 • You are, therefore I am > Feature Articles
While Dome-Time dominates our minds, let us reflect on Cow-Time.
WILD IS BEAUTIFUL • Jay Griffiths
Issue 195 • July/August 1999 • Earth Charter > Feature Articles
St. Kilda is under threat.
TIME MEASURED • Jay Griffiths
Review of The Calendar