On "societies functioning after ruin," Twine texts, queer RPGs, and teaching about utopia in 2020.
Jeremy P Bushnell
On the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research Lab's attempt to build a global network of devices designed to detect collective outpourings of psychic…
Jeremy P Bushnell
On work by women that encourages us to think of language as a sonorous system, meant not only to signify but also to be sounded.
Jeremy P Bushnell
On Dan Taeyoung's argument that "creating collective physical spaces is also, ultimately, a political act." 
Jeremy P Bushnell
On Anne Boyer's newsletter Mirabilary, and varieties of contemporary faith.
Jeremy P Bushnell
So I'm doing a thing this summer. Specifically, I'm taking a look through notes in my notecard index that I've designated as worthy of further investig…
I am writing this on July 1st, 2020. 49 years ago today, poet Bernadette Mayer began work on a project called Memory.
On cyberpunk aesthetics, Gerhard Richter, Hanne Darboven, and the 500 books written by an eighteenth century German political prisoner.
On the status of painting under capitalism, and Andrea Fraser's fake tour of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
On the Long Now Foundation, Jeff Bezos' obscene accumulation of wealth, and the Landscape of Thorns.
I'm beginning my draft of this newsletter on May 30, five days after George Floyd died in Minneapolis after being pinned to the ground by white police …
Jeremy P Bushnell
When I was around eight years old, I received a copy of the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Monster Manual ("An Illustrated Compendium of Monsters: Aerial …
Jeremy P Bushnell