by Jacob Kahn

After Disaster

After disaster, there is only disaster. It is a familiar and unrecognizable present. And whether we recognize it or not, whether we read it or write it or not, we are living the climate crisis.

Arts of Living on a Damaged Planet: Ghosts and Monsters of the Anthropocene

These are ontological and epistemological accounts challenging the kind of Cartesian dualism and anthropocentric thinking Ghosh points to as giving rise to modernity’s deranged, novelistic view of our world.

OS Grabeland – eteam

OS Grabeland, perhaps even purposefully, nonetheless rests on what feels like a slippery ethical slope.

Black Lavender Milk – Angel Dominguez

Black Lavender Milk is a book haunted by itself.