Archive | November, 2017

MOON Shine | Plant intelligence

“In this process of unlearning, in the process of feeling and hearing the plants again, one comes to realize many things. And of these things, perhaps stronger than the others, one feels the pain of the Earth. It is not possible to escape it.” – Stephen Harrod Buhner “That we held, and still hold, treaties with the animals and plant species is a known part of tribal culture. The relationship […]

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Garrett Rowlan | Nightshade

The entrance to the Botanical Gardens was a mile from the ocean. The man who took Keith’s ticket was weather-beaten in his features, wide in his shoulders. “The gardens close in an hour,” he said. “No problem,” Keith said. He’d been on the road hours since Los Angeles and now he was in Mendocino. “I just wanted to take a walk, relax. Things have been happening in my life. Get […]

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Jenean McBrearty | The Lancaster oak

If Paula Wells had known there be spirits in Lancaster Lane, she never would have agreed to deliver her mother’s cape to her Aunt Remi. But, her Dad said it couldn’t be mailed and he was too busy ⸺more like scared, she surmised when she turned off the highway and drove another five miles in the creeping dusk. “And why can’t it be mailed?” she asked. “Is there some weird […]

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Fiona Jones | A planet penned by plants

The Electronic Intelligences must not get out of control. For their own good, and for the survival of the ecosystem, they need to know their place. They may have greater electronic processing power than we have, but they cannot live without us. We arrived first. We terraformed the planet, slowly colonizing bare rock, turning the land green and deep, holding water and carbon, and everywhere moderating the fierce rage of […]

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