holy mackerel (or, ah, goldfish): smith journal volume 26 is out now in australia and online! inside this issue you’ll find a photo essay on hong kong’s living good luck charms: tiny fish prized for their superpowers as well as their looks. we take some leadership lessons from tim jarvis, a scientist who’s hell-bent on recreating history’s most dangerous expeditions even if it kills him, then stop off in north korea to meet the country’s new generation of makers and – dare we say – capitalists. we meet a retired fbi agent who spends his time tracking down ‘lost’ apples, get the lowdown on barbie’s plastic boyfriend, and pay a trip to some very real looking, totally fake cities. want more? we’ve got robot lawyers, political pirates, lsd-taking scientists, and a woman who makes death masks for a ‘living’. all that, plus heaps more photos, history, science and adventure. sound good? grab your copy now!