letter to john lewis; 2007. i began my second read of his book, "walking with the wind," the day after his passing. the first time i've done any such thing. his death was not a surprise, really, having seen the footage of him at black lives matter plaza in d.c. he'd looked so small that … Continue reading walking with the wind – as america burns.
uc berkeley black student union march, berkeley, ca; 6 june 2020. i don't know about you, but the last four weeks have felt to me like our american acid trip of terror's kicked into a fucking meth fueled overdrive, vomiting forth relentless waves of ever dystopian visions, our present era some warped amalgamation of the … Continue reading voices – fear & loathing as america burns.
berkeley, ca. where the line at cheese board used to be.; 6 april 2020 // dickies & bunny slippers.; 6 april 2020 rain & detritus.; 5 april 2020 peeking out.; 9 april 2020 over the power lines.; 9 april 2020 matronic in our living room; 11 april 2020.
there was a time last week, was it last week? it's so hard to say these days. but there was a time last week when bolton's first drip, drip, drips first started to fall that i thought and even said that donnie's time had probably come, that republicans wouldn't be able to hold on that … Continue reading a dystopian work in progress – fear & loathing as america burns.
sticker bomb, in the bathroom at the stud, san francisco, calif.; september 2019. walking to work the other day, listening to gaga's fame monster, i lifted off of my path and into a long ago trip on a psychedelic called amt, my head on his lap in front of my pair of sick-ass speakers, the … Continue reading with all else failing – fear & loathing as america burns.
patriots’ day counter protest flyer; martin luther king jr. civic center park, berkeley, ca, 15 april 2017. (photographed by pan ellington) it had been a while since i’d been out, save for a handful of daytime marches, may days and the women’s march with friends, the safest of safe amongst crowds composed of nine to … Continue reading civil war: a tale of two rallies — fear and loathing as america burns.