A Journal Retrospective: Notes On A Dystopian Speculative Fiction Idea

Going through my old journals, I sometimes come across old story ideas that look like I wrote them late at night in a crazed state of sleep deprivation. “They” represents the government/society, I think? Here is one such example: “ Breeders Based on the date, I can only assume I came up with this ideaContinue reading “A Journal Retrospective: Notes On A Dystopian Speculative Fiction Idea”

Eight Dark Aesthetic Items I Found At Ikea

Update: if you enjoy this post, please consider supporting me by buying a copy of L’identité Politique or by contributing to my Ko-fi. **This post is not sponsored by anyone. I’m making this for fun because I’m spending way too much time on Ikea’s website lately. These images are from the ikea website and linkContinue reading “Eight Dark Aesthetic Items I Found At Ikea”

A Sky Without Stars: Light Pollution & Human Health

The daylight hours stretch and yawn – extending themselves into the blue edges of the night. I awaken to stars and remind myself that soon they will change – my navigable position on this planet under a glittering sky. This intergenerational knowledge passed into my mind as a child is far older than anyone inContinue reading “A Sky Without Stars: Light Pollution & Human Health”

Spain And The Art of Bringing In Tourism Dollars By Ruining Irreplaceable Art

From the country that brought you Monkey Christ now comes what I will call with absolutely no affection, “Gumby in a dress with sheep.” This is only the most recent example of a decades long issues that has plagued Spain. So much so that a tourism industry has popped up around badly restored art. They’reContinue reading “Spain And The Art of Bringing In Tourism Dollars By Ruining Irreplaceable Art”