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Joy E. Stocke is founder and editor in chief of the online magazine, Wild River Review, which seeks to raise awareness and compassion as well as inspire engagement through the power of stories.

In a climate of repeated media flashes and quick newsbyte stories, Wild River Review curates, edits and publishes stories, essays, opinion, interviews, features, fiction and poetry focusing on under-reported issues and perspectives.

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Joint Chinese/Mexican Mega-Development Threatens UNESCO World Heritage Site: Provoking an International Outcry

(0) Comments | Posted June 3, 2014 | 3:45 PM

East Cape of Baja Sur, detail of Punta Arena & Cabo Pulmo Marine Park/UNESCO World Heritage Site

One of the rarest and environmentally sensitive land and sea ecosystems in the western Pacific is under threat of mega-development.

Punta Arena (Sand Point), on the...

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Letter from Damascus -- Where Were the Shells Fired From?

(0) Comments | Posted October 9, 2013 | 12:23 PM

By Joy E. Stocke

Where were the shells fired from?

Where did they land?

What building did they destroy?

How many people were killed?

No answer... No comment

There is nothing to be said

Shells continue to fly over your head

Words are dead!

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Of Protests and Fruit: A Report and Update From Istanbul

(0) Comments | Posted June 18, 2013 | 6:48 PM

By Joy Stocke, cross-posted from Wild River Review

"They say I am the prime minister of only 50 percent. It's not true. We have served the whole of the 76 million from the east to the west..." -Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan

Editor's Note:...

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The Euphoria of Ignorance: Being Jewish, Becoming Jewish, The Paradox of Being Carlo Ginzburg (Live From the NYPL)

(2) Comments | Posted June 12, 2013 | 9:02 AM

By Joy Stocke, cross-posted from Wild River Review.

The case we have just presented confronts us with a difficulty, which recurs in our research. Despite the emotional solidarity that we feel for the victims of persecution, intellectually we tend to identify with the inquisitors... ~ Ecstasies: Deciphering...

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