A magazine dedicated to the preservation of disciplined individual minds in an era of spiritual stagnation, cultural nihilism and pay-per-view warfare. It organizes itself as an interview magazine featuring conversations with iconoclastic artists, maverick journalists and thinkers who have managed to be more than just servants to corporations with varying success. "Species" is looking for soul. Let's have art that not only disturbs but inspires. Let's bring back good sex, decent drugs, difficult but meaningful spiritual practices and worthwhile work. Let's have mutual respect in the spirit of enlightened interdependence. Let's have love that doesn't resemble a Hallmark card or an After School Special and then let's not make the mistake of the hippy and well-meaning Christian and talk about it too much. Let's have dangerous fun. In this issue: Aaron Comnetbus, Jello Biafra, V. Vale, Lynn Rubenzer, Gray Breckin, the Sacramento Wolf Sanctuary, Daphne Gottlieb, Kal Spelletich, the Randall Museum, San Quentin Prison, mountain top removal, Kim Stringfellow, the underground gardens of Fresno, Richie Unterberg, and fiction by John Shirley.