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Posts Tagged ‘culture

Lo-Ubda: Carapace

May 18, 2008

Carapace is a multi-level, multi-species, multi-cultured conglomerate city-type thing that juts out of the northern mountainous terrain of Lo-Ubda.  Within it live industrious, busy Bidi, whom are a kind of shapeshifting crystalline hive-oriented organic architectural people.  What that means is that they can’t quite be pinned down to one form, and chew through minerals to […]

The Interactive Pamphlet Revolution

March 22, 2008

As disappointing as I find the group consciousness in the United States, it has been catalyzed and revolutionized before–the most salient example being the 1960’s, but also during the abolitionist movement, during the workers’ movement towards the end of the 19th and early 20th century, in reconstruction-era civil rights gains (when more Afro-Americans held representative […]

Grandmother Owl

February 10, 2007

Anger is here, is a stone in my heart. Ancestry covered by television, commerce, lives lost in trinkets must be remembered and must be imagined. Push the moveable type to the side. I will roll the runes of our makeshift past in the erasable dust, stone against stone. I will crush this forgetfulness awake. I […]