Ernest is a journal for enquiring minds. It’s made for those who value surprising and meandering journeys, fuelled by curiosity rather than adrenaline, and guided by chance encounters. It is a repository for wild ideas, curious artefacts and genuine oddities, replete with tales of pioneers, invention and human obsession.
Ernest is founded on the principles of slow journalism. We value honesty, integrity and down-to-earth storytelling – and a good, long read now and then.
Issue #9: 10.00
Life on the Blasket Islands; our relationship with sea ice; living art and lost boulders with David Nash; whistling languages of the world; defensive measures hiding in plain sight; the bird men of Faroe; a score designed to play for a thousand years; finding wilderness on your doorstep.