A visceral journey through what's important in today's world...
"I don't want to be well, not if it means living and thinking as they do"
"How many more children have to die before you start thinking that maybe you might have to pick a side?"
Capitalism alienates us from our body, so our liberation must begin with the body. An essay from Silvia Federici
Hunter Hall with "The Tide"
Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood My rating: 5 of 5 stars Read for the Women of Genre Fiction Reading Challenge 2016 and the Apocalypse Now Reading Challenge 2016. Method […]
From Sable Aradia: "This was a brilliantly written book in which three novellas interconnect."
from Sean Donahue Like gods and people, plants exist for themselves -- and as part the complex ecologies from which they emerge. Many contemporary magical practitioners approach them simply as inert objects to be used in ritual or spellcraft-- a perspective and approach that both emerge from and reinforce capitalist materialist culture's denial of the living intelligences of the other than human world.