Mine Fire by Kari Larsen at Blip Magazine →
My story about people, some of whom are ecological disasters.
On Sandusky →
“People who say these men came forward just because of money are insane. No one wants to sit at the front of a courtroom and recount such traumatic violations in detail. These victims deserve the money, however, because they will need it… to pay for therapists and doctors and medications, perhaps FOR THE REST OF THEIR LIVES.”
Aidos (“shame”) is a vast word in Greek. Its lexical equivalents include “awe,...– Excerpt from the preface Tragedy : A Curious Art Form by Anne Carson to Grief Lessons by Euripides translated by Anne Carson. (via rimeswriting)
The best way to dehumanize someone while claiming you’re not is to believe you...– The danger of worldviews (Speaking when the world sleeps)
Your dreams are not what you thought they'd be! →
The finale of my Girls reviews includes a wedding-flavored overshare.
unthinkable creatures chapbook press is delighted...
unthinkablecreatures: the coming of chapbook #4… The Black Telephone by Kari Larsen There is a lot of shame in the ordeal of telling: I’m a writer and frank exposition ought to be a luxury. I am still afraid to do to other people what a girl did to me when I was ten, when she touched my wrist and told me in a low voice not to dart around the way I do. I made her think about a fear she had...
heartbarf: Are you watching Girls but not reading Kari Larsen’s recaps? Remedy this immediately by visiting her site. Niina Pollari is a beautiful animal! A destroyer of worlds!
thoughts for folks seeking non-normative hormone...
invisiblyqueer: This was originally written in response to a question and someone requested it be rebloggable: As far as hormones, only you can really know what you want or need. That said, here are some things i wish someone had told me: Your gender is valid, regardless of what anyone thinks or says, even if that means other trans* people thinking that you should hold yourself to a...
The tools to mark the world.
foxesinbreeches: “Cyborg writing must not be about the Fall, the imagination of a once-upon-a-time wholeness before language, before writing, before Man. Cyborg writing is about the power to survive, not on the basis of original innocence, but on the basis of seizing the tools to mark the world that marked them as other.” — Donna Haraway, A Cyborg Manifesto: Science, Technology, and...