For NBC THINK, I wrote about supporting evacuees through the whole process, from leaving to returning. Thinking of the Gulf Coast, and everywhere else people are forced to leave their homes.
Had a ball writing future Omnipedia articles for the extremely cool hypertext mystery game Neurocracy and it’s so much fun watching all the speculation in the Discord server!
Great conversation on the Army Mad Scientist podcast – listen here!
Rereading my short story “The Badger’s Digestion; or the first first-hand description of Deneskan beastcraft by an Aouwan researcher” (en español aquí), which came out in Constelación magazine earlier this year because I might be working on a sequel. It’s a cozy story about research, travel, and giant mythological and non-mythological beasts with zero content warnings.
This was such a great discussion with the wonderful C.L. Polk and Katherine Addison. Enjoy!
The New Humanitarian asked me to write about what aid work could look like in the future, and this story about an earthquake response in México in 2051 is now their first ever fiction piece.
This FutureCon panel on language and futures I did on Friday with some STELLAR co-panelists was so much fun!
Loved this conversation about the future of democracy – and I’ll be contributing to their edited volume about how democracy survives in the Anthropocene.
Want to read something short but packing a punch? Try my essay in the New York Times on institutions and why we should
burn them all down make sure we’re treating them as means, not ends: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/19/special-series/malka-older-what-we-believe-about-our-institutions.html