Issue 25 of my Crossed Lines newsletter, announcing Homeward Bound, the first online series from a school called HOME.
Written as the Covid-19 pandemic arrived in Europe, this is an essay about the encounter with parental mortality.
Written for a special issue of OEI on Publishing Practices, Publishing Poetics.
Talking about the work of the Gesturing Towards Decolonial Futures collective for the tenth anniversary issue of Dark Mountain.
‘I want to tell you a story about Boris Johnson’s heart. There’s a woman involved, but this isn’t what you’re thinking.’
An unfinished list of the roles that art can sometimes play. This comes from the work I did with Riksteatern in 2015-16.
A long read about Sweden, its story of itself and the role this country plays in the political imagination of millions of people who have never been here.
An essay written for This Is Not A Drill: An Extinction Rebellion Handbook (Penguin, 2019).
An essay for Dark Mountain: Issue 15 on the strange hot summer of 2018 and the beginnings of the new climate movements.
Writing about Ivan Illich’s Deschooling Society (1971) for Issue 25 of STIR magazine.
Issue 19 of my Crossed Lines newsletter was a report on the first year of this school called HOME.
Written for a special issue of the journal KULA: Knowledge Creation, Dissemination and Preservation Studies.