Perhaps it should be called a stroll into unfamiliar worlds; worlds strange to us but known to other creatures, manifold and varied as the animals themselves.
-Jakob Von Uexküll
The brown marmorated stink bug is an invasive species with a wide range in the US. Likely transported as a stowaway on a shipping container, the bug first appeared in the mid-Atlantic two decades ago and has spread to the west … Continue reading
I hope to write more about this sketch later, but in the meantime here’s a quote (from the much-missed Roger Ebert, to whom I owe much of my career – another story) that I think about every time I draw. … Continue reading
Yesterday morning postmedieval published its newest issue, a special collection on FAULT edited by Anna Kłosowska and including my first published essay! I’m thrilled to be included as one of the three 2012 Michael Camille essay prize winners (along with David Hadbawnik … Continue reading