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From North America to Africa via Europe and Asia, from small towns to large cities – delve into issue 1 of Stonecrop Review and explore urban nature though words, art and photography. In this issue we have a special focus on overgrown spaces, including urban rivers, gardens and wastelands.
From Canada to Uruguay, and from the Czech Republic to Bengaluru, Issue 2 explores nature in the city through art, photography, video, and words. This issue has a special focus on the theme ‘roots/routes’ and explores urban trees, the routes we make through the city, and sidewalks cracked by tree roots.
Whether it’s light pollution, the weather, or bird flight, sky is a central part of urban nature. Ranging from Chicago cityscapes to Uruguayan skies at dusk, Issue 3 looks upwards to explore everything from the drifting shape of clouds to air quality to hope found in night skies.
From foxes to cougars, and from crows to hawks—Issue 4 brings you writing, art and photography that explores the animals we share our cities with. Dive in and read about a pet dog in Lagos, India’s street animals, and a fictional moose on the loose.
From weeds pushing their way up through cracks in the pavement to wildflowers planted along roadsides, from potted plants on your balcony to trees providing shade in the park—Issue 5 brings you writing, art and photography that explores frozen kumquats, cottonwoods crawling under fences, and the flavor of balcony-grown lemongrass chai.