Sensations of the Researcher

“That stool from some lady’s tag sale
I think she was a painter-
everything we’ve envisioned
has come true…” … More Sensations of the Researcher

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So Many Roads: A Look at the Women’s March From Some of America’s Smallest Towns

This is a photo essay of some images I collected during the coverage of the Women’s March in 2017. I am highlighting the solidarity marches from some of America’s smallest towns. These folks give me an unbelievable sense of hope. Many thanks to all the photographers, and especially to Neko Case for curating an amazing Twitter feed on Saturday. She helped us track a headcount from every corner of our nation. … More So Many Roads: A Look at the Women’s March From Some of America’s Smallest Towns

Seeds Planted

Meanwhile, the struggle for who and what we should say and do in the presence of children remains the most precious resource and viable space we contend for. We do this because we know the influential capacity of seeds planted. … More Seeds Planted

The Museum

Glass doors divide and partition untamed unruly poisonous ivies from clean and gentle hands, cooled skin of patriots touring the shores of abstract feminists self-expressionists post-oxygenists … Slotted floors coming up beneath the foot to cry and creak, wooden planks unbuttoning their shirts to breathe and move freely under the pressure of each purposeful, steel … More The Museum