Table of Contents | 15 February 2016
"This article intends to test and advance claims for SF's potential as the genre best placed to advance our understanding not only about the present and future energy crises we face, but also the manner in which we (fail to) envisage and conceive energy as a matter for culture as much as it is cultural matter."
There are so many artists, especially people of color and in the queer community, that are bringing such amazing vibrancy, innovation, and life to independent comics right now.
I began to lose interest in SF late in the last century.
A big news week, this week! Which leads to a slightly list-y editorial, but hopefully with some items of interest.
Some of the water stayed, some left. You stayed: / Called through gurgling recordings, / Smearing sand in a life
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