Your Home Has Been Stolen

When I was growing up, the native people of the land where I lived were invisible to me. They were represented by museum displays as curiosities of the past. They were described as a subject for study by archaeologists. I never even realized that there were still Ohlone people living in the area.

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When Technology Forces Us To Leave Space For Nature

As I approached the forest last week, I remembered that the reason it exists there is because of a sort of exclusion zone in the middle of the city. I didn’t know at the time the full extent of that exclusion zone. I only knew about the high tension electric lines strung up on kachina dolls overhead. No one wants to live under that. And yet we can’t live the lives we live without the power that they bring. [Read more…]

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Our Dark Secret

15 years ago, two ten-year old boys saved a city from our dark secret…. [Read more…]

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Under the Pavement, The Forest

Imagine a forest underneath the pavement, waiting to come out…. [Read more…]

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Missing The Forest

Sometimes Forests need trees to hide them. [Read more…]

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Finding Home

Glasgow and Seattle both whisper in my ear and tell me that they could be home. Both places promise me that I can be a part of good things. Both places tell me that I can be a part of wonderful, overlapping communities of people building a future that I want to live in. [Read more…]

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Where They May Be Found: Brân

The first in a five-part series on where I’ve met the gods. Part One: Bran The Blessed. [Read more…]

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