20 Things in Catastrophe Theory Books I and II You May have Missed (Or Forgotten About)

Before Catastrophe Theory solidified into the emotional and philosophical mess it is today, it was a mess of a different sort: details, details, obscure references, intricately constructed jokes, blink-and-you'll-miss-it jokes, blink-and-you'll-miss-it major plot points, and captions lampshading those things. It goes without saying, then, that you're not expected to catch everything on the first read. … Continue reading 20 Things in Catastrophe Theory Books I and II You May have Missed (Or Forgotten About)

Marigolds/Cempasúchil

by Kendra Jeong-Espinosa She never saw the marigolds, the blooms that grew today, Releasing airy flecks of gold that rose into the grey; Their petals in the sunlight burned and then, as ash, to earth returned As if to leave a parting word Before they blew away. She would have loved the marigolds, although she … Continue reading Marigolds/Cempasúchil