For this month’s letter, I’m keeping it brief, embracing the random and the mildly disorganized.
10 months into this pandemic, it feels strange being in this body, living in this time and place.
It’s been meme’d to death already: that troubling study that says we might be consuming about a credit card’s weight in microplastics each week...
This is a newsletter about thingness, I guess.
Hito Steyrel’s 2013 video, How Not To Be Seen: A Fucking Didactic Educational .MOV File, outlines 5 ways to hide yourself: 1. Make something invisible…
I first started drafting this newsletter in the middle of a tropical storm.
A professor once described science fiction as something futuristic caught within a particular time and place. To create science fiction is to build new…
Divisions between the human and the earthly, manmade and natural—created oftentimes to plunder, exploit, and other—have proven to be delicate, finicky…
How are we supposed to keep making sense of our loneliness?
Let’s begin this newsletter at the end.
Our days are now spent accumulating glazes of sweat as we walk around, our nights falling sleep to the lulling roar of our fans and air conditioners…
I’ll admit, it’s a little silly that I’m drafting this newsletter sitting in my childhood bedroom in Florida, but here we are.