The fifth volume emphasizes how with Autumn comes a rush of new sensations. It is an exploration of our eating and entertaining routines in a new way, paying
attention to how we experience them with our senses - sight, smell, touch, sound, and of course taste.
So much of our encounters are full of tactile and sensory stimuli, but as we busily go through the motions these small details blend into the periphery. The articles and photos included in the issue encourage us to pause and appreciate our surroundings with an awareness- touch, taste, sight, sound, or smell- or at least notice a few more details that we hadn't before.
Film by Tiger in a Jar You'll find a photo essay on drying herbs by Parker Fitzgerald and Amy Merrick, a Homage to Cheese from Kirstin Jackson, and you'll follow a group of friends in The Lost Coast who ventured to a remote surfing location that unfolds nature in its most raw and dramatic states.