We are reminded frequently in this long pandemic — much like we are reminded by the AIDS crisis, by the Tuskegee experiments, by the weaponization of…
What weather writing too often ignores.
I’ve been avoiding it.
A love letter to used books and translation.
“Places and those who inhabit them are indeed fictions.” — Dionne Brand, A Map to the Door of No Return (Before I lose myself in Dionne Brand’s work …
Recently I had the opportunity to sit in on a craft talk in which the wonderful Ruth Ozeki shared her process while writing The Book of Form and…
Stories build worlds, not the other way around.
Embodying the archive in floods and flesh.
People for Portland wants to get back to work. The crows know better.
"The world comes into being moment by moment, dependent upon our participation."
On going up and down and down and up again. And again.
I'm tired of thinking up subtitles.