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Whiteness is Dead

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Whiteness is a dead egregore. In its death throes, it still has many defenders, but its death opens the way for new loyalties and new kinship structures.


TWH: Review of Star.Ships

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My June article for The Wild Hunt was a review of Gordon White’s Star.Ships: A Prehistory of the Spirits.


TWH: Loki and Dionysos

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My latest article at The Wild Hunt is up. It’s about Loki, Dionysos, Nietzsche, Wagner, and Fate.


TWH: Animism and the Eternal Recurrence of Myth

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Source: God-bird.com

My latest essay at The Wild Hunt is up. Among other topics, I write about Hermes slaying Argos and ARGUS, wolves devouring Milo of Croton and Milo Yiannopoulos, and both Sigurd and Melampous in relation to animism and pipeline resistance.


TWH: Resiliency and the Spirit War

titian_bacchus_and_ariadneMy latest article at The Wild Hunt, “Resiliency and the Spirit War,” is up.

Though She is not mentioned explicitly in the article, it was Ariadne who told me to do work around resiliency. Hail Ariadne!


TWH Book Review: The Tao of Craft

tao-of-craft-promo-imageMy column for The Wild Hunt this month is a book review of Benebell Wen’s The Tao of Craft, which is about designing and using Chinese 符 (fú) sigils. My review largely focuses on Wen’s nuanced approach to cultural context (and thus the question of appropriation, which she deals with well), working with spirits, and magic as a craft.


The Wild Hunt: The Tiger’s Leap

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DAPL security truck on fire, October 27.

My The Wild Hunt article “The Tiger’s Leap” starts with Walter Benjamin’s theories about the constant “emergency situation,” especially as experienced by Black and Brown people in the United States. It further explores his ideas about the “moment of danger,” “exploding the continuum of history” and relating to the past through “the tiger’s leap into that which has gone before […] into the open sky of history.” It then looks at calls to “make it impossible for this system to govern on stolen land” and the anti-DAPL struggle in particular.