I Heard It In The Wind

Today a friend of mine posted a link to the following article from Everyday Feminism by Jarune Uwujaren called Cultural Exchange and Cultural Appropriation: http://tinyurl.com/ksb5fh6 Today is also the 124th Anniversary of the Wounded Knee Massacre, so I thought this might be an excellent subject to discuss from the Indigenous perspective. Go ahead. Take some […]

Between the Devil and the Deep

  The dark side of Forseti II was lit up by searchlights dancing like wayward embers over the dismantled corpses of ice freighters. Chunks of ice drilled from below the surface of the moon floated alongside the shattered remains of demolished ships. All was silent except for the sound of Jasvinder’s breathing as she hung, […]

A Ghost Now

I have not written a single word about Ferguson. Not until today at least. I have been following the situation closely. I have been reading my Twitter and Facebook feeds. I have been gobbling up news articles and YouTube videos. My silence is not about being uninvolved. At least not intentionally. Almost everyone who reads […]

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