Digital nomad James Chutter has been a professional stuntman, professor, chef, photographer, writer, ad man, and hammock weaver. He uses technology for literacy and health care.
Sarah Dickinson is a Vancouver-based creative strategist, global wanderer and lover of home cooked things. She helps brands, non-profits, and start-ups design, behave, and think creatively
Makalé Faber-Cullen captains Wilderness of Wish
, an ethnographic research + design consultancy and speciality shop. Trained in cultural anthropology and art, she has documented people far and wide—from Cape Verdean cranberry bog workers to Orthodox bra fitters and Navajo Churro shepherds.
, we cook from a place where kitchens meet. We have strong feelings about egg-frying methods, we love a good recipe contest (and a kitchen hack even more), and we’d be nowhere without our supportive community of cooks.
is an author and photographer who lives alongside the North Atlantic ocean in Nova Scotia, Canada. She gets lobster for cheap, keeps banjo players close, and writes here
In addition to sharing her and her partner’s back-to-the-land adventures for Dark Rye, Molly Marquand is Wilder Quarterly’s Horticultural Editor. She writes for the beloved periodical with her know-how on how to beautify your fire escape, backyard patch, or containers with year-after-year, flaunt-worthy green. Her partner-in-adventure, Martin Bernstein, graduated from Columbia with a degree in Creative Writing and has blogged about his cross country walk for the Huffington Post. He works at The Ashokan Center teaching about farming, colonial crafts, and environmental science and practices.
is photographer, illustrator, doll maker, black coffee lover, and a DIY enthusiast. She lives in northern California.
is from the windy east coast of Canada. He received a BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design and since then has illustrated dreams and fantastica for authors, musicians, and other inspiring artists. Sydney’s sketchbook
Jon Sponaas is an English teacher in Las Vegas, Nevada who spins off Dark Rye to speak in prose, poetry, rap, and tongues. He likes people living OFF the grid IN the grid. Urban soul, you know?
Jerry James Stone has been eating and drinking his veggie way through San Francisco for the past four years where he focuses on sustainability and local as well as large-scale food issues.