Monthly Archives: December 2019

The National Palace of Culture

Oof. Sorry this newsletter is so late. Christmas break was … but that’s a story for the next newsletter. This month, I want to take you back to mid-December, when I had a crisis of faith under the National Palace … Continue reading

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Junction is on the Specevo forum!

If you’re interested in Junction and speculative evolution, here’s a discussion I’ve started about Junction on the Specevo mailing lis https://specevo.jcink.net/index.php?showtopic=1552&st=0&#entry19159

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Film Analysis: A Fellow Tetrapod Story

The sun rose, and the sky separated from the Pacific Ocean. The water stayed dark, but the air above lightened and developed clouds. They shone pink and hazy, stitched by the gleaming contrails of jets. Golden Hour, thought Mike Loew, … Continue reading

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Thank You for the Clouds

Thank you for the clouds the birds that fly across them And the winds that move

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The Sky Develops

The sky develops Behind the corners of blocks From midwinter night

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Leaving the Garden

Leaving the garden. Last year’s plants in this winter. Gray and brown and green.

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A good review of Protector

.@TheAVClub shares a really good review of Protector:https://t.co/Mcok2nWNiUI mean it's good because it tells you what kind of story and art is has, not that's it's positive.But it is positive 😉 — Daniel Bensen (@Evil0Dan) December 12, 2019 “A lot … Continue reading

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Dead Leaves on a Twig

Dead leaves on a twig They will cling all winter, but Buds will dislodge them

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Hoarfrost on Branches

Hoarfrost on branches Fog above and snow below Black wood in between

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