Paul Gilk

Paul Gilk lives in the woods of northern Wisconsin. His home is a reconstructed nineteenth-century log cabin, without electricity or running water. He is the author of several books including Green Politics is Eutopian, Nature’s Unruly Mob: Farming and the Crisis in Rural Culture, and Picking Fights with the Gods: A Spiritual Psychoanalysis of Civilization’s Superego.  

Abandonment and the Gerrymandering of Resentment

Aldo Leopold for Our Time

The Fourth Representation

Diving Down to Earth

End Times Can No Longer Be Postponed

Waiting at the Depot

The Threshold Paradox of Our Evolutionary Weather Pattern

Spiritual Compost

Close to Revelation

Mythological Steam

Transgender Divinity

Craving Forbidden Intimacy

The Usual Culprit

Self-Perpetuating Hubris

The Emerging Watershed

Chummy in the Park

The Great Question

Deconstructing Civilization

A Few Theoretical Percentages