Enceladus above Saturn →
Felicette, the first cat in space →
French, of course.
The Morning After the World Didn't End →
The new greatly disappointed, in Oakland.
"Introduction to California poetics" (Jeannine... →
Introduction to California Poetics by Jeannine Hall Gailey In a place of perpetual climate control you cannot get too angry at the world you cannot get too angry at rununculus who throw their wide unfragrant faces to the light you cannot be angry with the hummingbirds who winter here, confusing feeders with fuscias, or the girls who wear hot pants with shearling boots in January. You cannot be...
Shadows at the lunar south pole →
Monorail to nowhere →
Abandoned testing facility →
Abandoned turbine-testing facility.
Trotsky Slaying the Dragon "Counterrevolution"... →
Blah blah blah, Mesopotamian-influenced combat myth at the core of the Indo-European tradition, blah blah blah, special role of St. George in Eastern Orthodox devotion, blah blah blah, continuity but also radical mutability of artistic iconology —- holy shit, it’s a bespectacled Trotsky as a knight in armor on a white horse slaying the top-hat wearing dragon of counterrevolution!...
Luca Zanier, Corridors of Power →
Via Paul McAuley, who justly describes these as looking like starship control rooms.
Sunset at the Spiral Jetty →
I’d dismiss this as too obvious if it appeared on the cover of the kind of novel I read.