Author Profile: Wendell Berry
Wendell Berry is a poet, philosopher and conservationist, and farms in Kentucky..
Sanity and Sanitation • Wendell Berry
Issue 292 • September/October 2015 • Lines of Hope > Ethical Living
Waste can be an asset rather than a liability
It All Turns on Affection • Wendell Berry
Sustainability depends on harmony between cultural and natural cycles
A New Agenda • Wendell Berry
Issue 274 • September/October 2012 • A Shared Agenda > Ethical Living
Adaption is the key to survival
The Peace of Wild Things • Wendell Berry
I rest in the grace of the world.
Manifesto: The Mad Farmer Liberation Front • Wendell Berry
Praise ignorance, for what man has not encountered he has not destroyed.
Short Story - The Requirement • Wendell Berry
Issue 247 • March/April 2008 • Long Live Biodiversity! > Regulars > Short Story
A CITIZEN'S RESPONSE • Wendell Berry
Issue 218 • May/June 2003 • Futility of War > Feature Articles
We must work seriously for peace.
THE AGRARIAN STANDARD • Wendell Berry
Issue 217 • March/April 2003 • Myth of Prosperity > Feature Articles
True health and wealth lie with the land.
THE FAILURE OF WAR • Wendell Berry
Issue 215 • November/December 2002 • The Power of Nature > Feature Articles
The free-market economy is becoming the war economy.
IN THE PRESENCE OF FEAR • Wendell Berry
Issue 210 • January/February 2002 • In Adoration of Nature > September 11
Reflections on the terrorist attacks in America.Economics
GLOBAL PROBLEMS, LOCAL SOLUTIONS • Wendell Berry
Citizens must protect themselves by developing local economies.
IN DISTRUST OF MOVEMENTS • Wendell Berry
Issue 198 • January/February 2000 • Nature Millennium > Feature Articles
The author refuses to join single issue movements.
Poetry • Wendell Berry & Linda France
Issue 196 • September/October 1999 • Myth of Progress > Regulars > Poetry
Poetry • Wendell Berry & Kathleen Raine
Issue 191 • November/December 1998 • Wildlands Philanthropy > Regulars > Poetry
THE WHOLE HORSE • Wendell Berry
Issue 188 • May/June 1998 • The Gene Debate > Feature Articles
Agrarianism is a culture at the same time as it is an economy. Industrialism is an economy before it is a culture.