Antonia Malchik has written essays and articles for Aeon, The Atlantic, Orion, GOOD, High Country News, and a variety of other publications. Her first book, A Walking Life, about the past and future of walking’s role in our shared humanity, is published by Da Capo Press, a division of Hachette. She lives in northwest Montana.
LAY OF THE LAND
Follow Your Feet
The word “jaywalking” is exactly as old as America’s car culture. What kinds of ancient calls are we ignoring when we route our feet to the nearest intersection? Continue reading