January 31, 2016

Charleston Heavy

By Brian Michael Murphy

I’ve loved Charleston for awhile now. The first time I saw the city’s name was on a baseball cap my dad brought back from Air Force Reserve training, one of […]

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 […]

September 10, 2015

Extinction: The Illusion of Abundance

By Karen Malpede

Reflections on The Paris Cop21, The Sixth Extinction, Beyond Words: What Animals Think and Feel, and Empire of Necessity I’ve been thinking about extinction, to be precise: the relationship of […]