Editor's Note: I am away visiting family this week. I thought, therefore, that it might be nice to republish one of my favorite posts from my old blog, Of The Hands. I wrote this over four years ago, by hand in a notebook, in the summer while sitting in the grass beneath some trees, not … Continue reading The Soil’s Gifts
Last Monday, I wrote a Litterfall post about the election, noting my prediction of what would happen, my uncertainty about that prediction, my fear of potential fallout from the election, and my hope that whoever won might prove surprisingly effective at addressing the very real and legitimate grievances being expressed by voters on both sides. … Continue reading A Nation’s Fears Realized
Apologies, everyone, but no new post this week. Please be well today.
Editor's Note: This is the second installment in a story set in Portland, Oregon in the near future. You can read the first installment here. Also, for those who already read last week's installment, note the alteration in title. I had a creative change of heart. It didn't take long for Linsey to fall into … Continue reading An Expected Chill: Part Two
Editor's Note: One of my intents with this blog has been to explore my own writing, including through works of deindustrial science fiction. For the past couple months, I have been mulling a particular near-future scenario based here in Portland, Oregon, with plans to include an eventual story set in this future in a coming … Continue reading An Expected Chill: Part One