Hollow Bones: A Review of Alan Heathcock’s 40

Hollow Bones: A Review of Alan Heathcock’s 40 hvnly Under Review:40. Alan Heathcock. MCD, August 2, 2022. As a freshman in college, shouting to be heard in the bowels of a fraternity, I began the first round in an endless argument that has continued, with waxing and waning regularity, ever since. The specifics change, but … Continue reading Hollow Bones: A Review of Alan Heathcock’s 40

That’s No Man on the Moon: Review of Erin Swan’s Walk the Vanished Earth

That’s No Man on the Moon: Review of Erin Swan’s Walk the Vanished Earth hvnly Under Review:Walk the Vanished Earth. Erin Swan. Viking, May 31, 2022. The end of the world comes so quickly. We’ve been watching the slow crawl towards destruction for decades. The ocean claims more and more of the sandy beaches we … Continue reading That’s No Man on the Moon: Review of Erin Swan’s Walk the Vanished Earth

Climate Change Lurking Behind Every Corner: Review of Mark Bould’s The Anthropocene Unconscious

Climate Change Lurking Behind Every Corner: Review of Mark Bould’s The Anthropocene Unconscious Fabius Mayland Under Review:The Anthropocene Unconscious: Climate Catastrophe Culture. Mark Bould. Verso Books, November 2021. Introduction The impending ecological disasters that we are faced with will, with some likelihood, prove to be the fulcrum of human history, certainly of the post-war period. … Continue reading Climate Change Lurking Behind Every Corner: Review of Mark Bould’s The Anthropocene Unconscious