Omicron and Pandemic Mitigations

Ok. Y’all, Listen Up. Time to do a breakdown of what we know of the new variant – Omicron. First off, let’s look at this Pretty-But-Terrifying-Image of the genetic sequencing of all the known variants of COVID19. Why is it alarming? Look at that red line that shoots out on the right hand side. That’s… Continue reading Omicron and Pandemic Mitigations

My First Teacher: Iowa’s Land (Short Essay)

Reminded of my first teacher: Iowa’s Land. My first political foray: fighting to save wetland. Where I went to recover: the forest. The land teaches of justice, of hope, of ways of knowing beyond the confined narrow focus of our modern world. I miss nature: small patches of forest, paths along the lakes, the wetlands,… Continue reading My First Teacher: Iowa’s Land (Short Essay)

Quarantine Poetry

Living alone by Aidan Zingler Living in a pandemic while living alone splinters my mind, breaks me down pain ignites and drenches my soul an endless kaleidoscope nightmare again and again my body crushed against the shoals of silence. A slice of the sun burns my eyes Buzz of machine howls in my ears Cold… Continue reading Quarantine Poetry

Concerning Covid-19 and Mutual Aid

Updated 3/14/2020 Things to think critically about concerning Covid-19 (Coronovirus). YES, I’m Looking At You America. We Are Failing Preparations For This. I am going to ask you to bear with me as I’ve been reading way too much about this (as a form of distraction from flashbacks mostly, but it’s helping me collate thoughts… Continue reading Concerning Covid-19 and Mutual Aid