Essay Press has just released my book Plastic: an autobiography. It’s free at their site. So thrilled by the beautiful cover!
So pleased to have work in the new Talisman “Occupations” issue–a poem, “You were born,” written in homage to Juliana Spahr, Joshua Clover and Chris Nealon, and some prose from Plastic: an autobiography, on my unhealthy obsession with a plastic car part. Much gratitude to the editors, for the chance to be in such company.
First we had the plastisphere, a new ecosystem of tiny plastic particles in the ocean colonized by bacteria.
I love the poetic comment at the end of this piece that future beings might find etched impressions of water bottles in fossils. Welcome to the Anthropocene, life.
Thanks Susan Schultz for the tip.
You have a tube of public space running through the center of your body. Thanks to Stacey Tran for commissioning this short essay over at Project Cityscope.