I think it’s such a waste not taking advantage of our linear perspective. Continue reading Time isn’t linear, we are.
By Hannah Tyler *A note on language: During the writing of this piece I learned, ironically, that Navajo is not a Navajo word. It was a name imposed by the Spanish from a Tewa-puebloan word that means place of large planted fields. Dinè means ‘the people’ in Navajo language and a vote in 2017 to … Continue reading Naming a Virus Without a Name
As the reservoirs of a host of viruses, bats have acquired a rather bad reputation. Continue reading In Defence of Bats
For anyone out there who is struggling to process the confusion and anxiety of life under a pandemic, here are a few tips for staying sane while staying safe. Continue reading Self-Care During Coronavirus
There are 173 species of Banksia. All but one of these grows in Australia. Continue reading Banksia
A few months after my grandma’s funeral, I went back to my grandparents’ house. It smelt the same. My grandma was everywhere, even though she was absent. I felt like I would turn a corner and find her there—but she never was. No matter how many rooms I went into she didn’t appear. Continue reading The Physical Impossibility of Death
We need people to understand what we are losing. The question isn’t how do we preserve nature? But, why do humans see themselves as separate from it? Continue reading Fighting Extinction
In an unassuming house in Hydesville, upstate New York, strange noises started coming from the walls. It was 1848. Continue reading Talking to Ghosts