weekend reading



Gabrielle Moss’s short story,Lost Dog, is a little bit spooky. It’s the story of a young boy, Hunter, his younger sister, Brianna, and the werewolf in their backyard. It’s good and it’s also funny. Here’s a line: “Brianna gives him this look where she looks exactly like their mother when she’s disappointed in him. Being on the receiving end of his mother’s disappointment is probably the only thing Hunter and actual men have in common, really.” From MidnightBreakfast.

In Scenes from the End of the World, Jonathan Lee interviews Leslie Jamison (author of The Empathy Exams) and photographer Ryan Spencer about their recent essay/photography collaboration, Such Mean Estate. The project, initiated by Spencer, focuses on the destructive impact humans have on our planet. He photographed stills from apocalyptic films, but apocalyptic films specifically concerned with nature and the environment. He says, “I had seen a…

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