Yay! The new issue of Wild Goose is out! As some of you might have guessed from this image, the main article is Paul Downton’s slide presentation of a recent visit to Barcelona.
Australian architect, writer, artist and urban evolutionary, Paul has been called a ‘father of the ecocity movement’ and sees ecocities as an evolutionary adventure. His best known built project is Christie Walk, in Adelaide (where Roman lives in a straw-bale house). Author of “Ecopolis – architecture and cities for a changing climate” (2009), Paul is working on “The Fractal Handbook for Urban Evolutionaries” and a series of graphic novels “The Wild Cities of Half Earth”. He is impatient and frustrated by mainstream architecture and planning and would prefer to be living in a more Gaudi-esque world.
We’ve added a few reviews of recent TV series, and a comic book written by N K Jemisin.
As usual, letters of comment are gratefully received. You can email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and both Adam and I will get a copy. If you prefer, as we noted last issue, we’ve added a brief comment facility if you want to comment on a particular article, review or opinion piece!
If you have an idea for an article, or want to send us a review, feel free to do so!
To start reading the latest issue, just point your browser at http://wild-goose.net/issue/issue6/,
then click on the cover to get the contents page.
Happy New Year!