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"HELLO, Ladies"

Sitting in a café with a friend when the server approaches us. I’ve barely removed my layers from being out in the cold, and I hear the words that make me want to keep my layers on and leave. 814 more words

On Becoming a Woman

*Long, personal post incoming*

This is titled ironically, because I am too young to be a woman, but too old to be a ‘young lady.’ 658 more words

In the Hours Before the Dawn

Scripture Text:  Genesis 1:1-5a, 31a, 2:1-3

In the beginning when God created the heavens and the earth, the earth was a formless void and darkness covered the face of the deep, while a wind from God swept over the face of the waters.  487 more words


Notes on Muriel Combes' 'Gilbert Simondon and the Philosophy of the Transindividual'

My last post was a translation of a piece by Erik Bordeleau introducing the work of Bernard Aspe. Aspe draws critically on Simondon’s work, in particular his concepts of collective individuation and the transindividual. 2,650 more words

Jealousy Kills Writers

Once upon a time there were two writer-bloggers I loved, Josie and Parker. Josie had a vulnerable, writer-next-door vibe; she was open about her rejections, the stumbling blocks to creativity, the difficulty of having to wake up early to cram in an hour of writing before the day job. 727 more words



For the French philosopher Pierre Lévy the virtual does not oppose the real. Virtuality is not about possibility, but about potency. The possible is just like the real but without an existence. 36 more words



you worship blue
eat it for breakfast
so that you can become
blue & worship yourself
until dinner.