Our world enters another phase of learning to adapt to the consequences of centuries of patterns around scarcity, separation, and powerlessness (as Miki Kashtan describes so well in her work). In the midst, we offer a space to share thinking, feelings, textures — for those who have already experienced collapse, for those who are experiencing it now, and for those who anticipate it. Whether from a place of anxiety, fear, peace, curiosity — or anything in between. Whether in the form of an idea, a model, an example, an image, a poem, a story, or an essay. We welcome contributions to this unique community of people who all share a common sigh of relief in finding one another, so we can face this… together.
Image: It Cannot Last by Cat Jenkins