The other day my librarian friend told me that 2020 is equidistant from both 1990 and 2050. I had to let that sink in for … Read more
Today’s quote is from Esi Edugyan’s Washington Black, for which she won her second Giller Prize this year.
I’ve been thinking a lot about how we can use art (in my case, writing) to better understand our potential (environmental, economic, etc.) future. The … Read more
I’ve mentioned previously on the blog that dealing with a chronic illness can make it difficult to plan for the future. I want to talk … Read more