Category: Macabre

A Not-haunting in Los Angeles

The Memory of Place I am confident that places keep memories just like people do. They at least think. The poet and linguist Robert Bringhurst taught at a lecture in 2001 that people often (but not exclusively) think in the language we use to talk. But thinking isn’t something that is limited to people. He […]

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A Master Course in the Macabre in Idaho’s Beaverheads

From Late June through July of 2017, Alex and I were engaged in a near-300-mile through-hike of eastern Idaho’s mountain ranges. We began at Biscuit Basin in Yellowstone National Park on June 25th and followed the Continental Divide Trail through the Centennial Mountains, which form the Idaho-Montana Border. From the 6th to the 10th of July, […]

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