December 9, 2016

A Fable

By Karen Malpede

It is the last day of life on earth, but the United States populace is forbidden to acknowledge the fact. Anyone caught without a smile on their face is subject […]

January 22, 2016

The War to Preserve Everything

By Brian Michael Murphy

I’m interested in all the different ways we use the word, the concept, the illusion of preservation, from food to corpses, from digital data to taxidermy, from photographs to endangered […]

December 11, 2015

EcoFeminism at Cop21

By Karen Malpede

  Few people remember the ecofeminist movement of the 1980s, spearheaded by my friends Ynestra King, Starhawk, Grace Paley, Dorothy Dinnerstein and others. Many of the young activists from around […]

November 1, 2015

Exxon Vs. Biophilia

By Karen Malpede

By Karen Malpede The news broke in October, during the lead up to the Paris Cop21. Exxon’s scientists investigated the effects of burning fossil fuels in the 1970ies and 80ies. […]