Even if one of the last surviving Tolstoyan communes has fallen short of Leo Tolstoy’s ideals, it’s still turned into something meaningful. It’s a place for people who don’t want to be found.
How the super rich like Peter Thiel are buying land in New Zealand to survive the apocalypse.
Lynne Segal points out that if the dystopia is already here, then the utopia must be here too.
Five centuries after Thomas More’s classic was first published, we still dabble in perfect-world-building.