Interview with the Author of “Flight Ways: Life and Loss at the Edge of Extinction”

Relevant to my interests on all fronts. I especially love the way the author describes what mourning is, in talking about his time observing Hawaiian crows, a species that exists entirely in captivity: mourning exposes the way in which we are at stake in others. Thom van Dooren’s new book is an absolute must-read. (I was … More Interview with the Author of “Flight Ways: Life and Loss at the Edge of Extinction”

Prayer Beads

A set of prayer beads I made for La Abuela a couple months ago. Resin, glass, stone, bone, metal, wood. I wanted at least one bead made from each of those things, and I managed to gather all of what I was envisioning. The tassel I made too; I kept the end unevenly cut. It’s … More Prayer Beads

The Work Begins

When Gods & Radicals announced that it was seeking submissions for a print publication of sorts, I knew I wanted to participate. I thought about doing an essay about green anarchism and global warming in the context of radial polytheism, but I wasn’t sure if what I had to say on the topic was interesting or … More The Work Begins

Courses to Take

These are some of the courses I want to take regarding some of the social work I want/have been tasked to do. If I pursue a crowdfunding campaign to be able to afford some of this training, then transparency is an absolute must. Psychological First Aid – John Hopkins University via Coursera – Free to … More Courses to Take