Trevor grew up in Victoria, BC. He did a double undergraduate degree in philosophy and environmental studies at the University of Victoria, and then did a graduate degree in philosophy at Brock University. He's currently attending the Vancouver School of Theology, with the intention of going into ministry in the United Church of Canada. As a chef by trade, he has a passionate interest in food and in supporting the development of a post-industrial food culture. He also has a passionate interest in evolutionary spirituality, and how the Christian tradition can live anew within this emerging worldview. His major areas of writing interest for Beams and Struts include philosophy, culture, food, sports, spirituality and the environment.
From the supreme ordeal to the age of reunion. Introducing a new video series by Troy Wiley.
A call for artists and creative people to challenge how we think about fear.
A guiding model for what's involved in achieving widespread societal transformation.
Is it time for the true death?
What's the TV show The Walking Dead telling us, and how do we move beyond our zombie culture?
Introducing a new collection of evolutionary Christian sermons by Reverend Bruce Sanguin
Does rock have sacred texts? Well, if it does, here's one for inclusion in the canon.
As the old witticism goes, "Democracy- some assembly required".
Cultural issues are important, but they're not as important as what's happening in the economy.
A Temporary Autonomous Zone opens up in Colorado this summer with the second Integral Community Seminar.
Why is there such enduring interest in existentialism, and what do these thinkers still have to tell us?
A meditation on Walt Whitman and giving alms.
A few members of the Beams team will be presenting one of our collective intelligence processes live tomorrow night.
An introduction to an upcoming series exploring the subject of fear.
Joseph Campbell with a tour of the chakras and much more.
John David Ebert helps us 'mine the strata' of consciousness in a new video series.
A inquiry into this collective tradition, and a suggestion for what it could be replaced by.
More thoughts on that notorious innerer Schweinehund that lives within us all.
Bruce Springsteen laments the subtle theft and destruction of his country in his new song Death to My Hometown.
A series of thoughts on putting the pieces back together again.
- Agreed Mary and thanks for opening the space to clarify that one point. Of course this entire endeavour was filled… Written by Juma Wood Sayonara Muthafuckas: 8 Perspectives on the End of Beams & Struts
- Chela, your willingness to look unflinchingly inside, and then articulate that reality in the world, inspires and amazes me. I… Written by Karen Kristjanson I Heart Beams and Struts: A Eulogy
- Just wanted to say: Writing actually is a verb! And as Ishmael Reed said "Writin is Fightin." A good kind… Written by Mary W. Sayonara Muthafuckas: 8 Perspectives on the End of Beams & Struts
- Well that was honest! Great to read these various un-cloaked perspectives. It feels refreshing to see a take on an… Written by Sarah Olson Sayonara Muthafuckas: 8 Perspectives on the End of Beams & Struts
- Well, I'm sorry that Beams is wrapping up, but excited for all of you. You've done something amazing here, make… Written by Paul Duke Sayonara Muthafuckas: 8 Perspectives on the End of Beams & Struts
- Leah, I'm with you here- "Sometimes it takes a healthy dose of debate to decide what we need to do.… Written by Trevor Malkinson Sayonara Muthafuckas: 8 Perspectives on the End of Beams & Struts
- It has been enlightening to follow along on your coattails, watching the ride from the sidelines. Everything you said is… Written by Leah Adams Sayonara Muthafuckas: 8 Perspectives on the End of Beams & Struts
- This is beautiful Chela, it brought me to tears. Thank you for all your wonderful writing on Beams and Struts! Written by Chloe Dierkes I Heart Beams and Struts: A Eulogy