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Janice Lee
Author of Damnation () & The Sky Isn't Blue. Founder/Executive Editor of . Co-Publisher at . Teaches at .
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Janice Lee 6h
Replying to @ruizzoe
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Maria Popova 15h
“Our origins are of the earth. And so there is in us a deeply seated response to the natural universe, which is part of our humanity.” Rachel Carson, who inspired the first-ever , on science and our spiritual bond with nature:
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Kate Maruyama Apr 20
Beautiful read from on 's SICK
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Walidah Imarisha Apr 20
Tonight I'll be speaking at the Visionaries: Finding a Future through Sci-Fi, Alternative History event in Portland with and through the Whitenoise Project!
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Janice Lee Apr 18
Moosh: Is this how you wear this? Do I get to play with my new toys now?
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I Want Words Apr 18
Some for you: Consider the Badger – "And power is an accumulation of all the hierarchies we have created via our senses (smell, sight, hearing) and systems of articulation (language)." –
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Janice Lee Apr 18
Replying to @brttnyawllms
happy birthday!
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Janice Lee Apr 18
So interviewed me ahead of the workshop I'll be leading at in a couple of weeks & talk about things like eating the fat on a steak, memory, and being a messy creature.
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Janice Lee Apr 18
Replying to @PKhakpour
the book is so good
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Janice Lee Apr 18
Replying to @PKhakpour
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porochista khakpour Apr 18
Oh my dear god, this is one of the kindest smartest things anyone has written about me from a writer i adore, the great
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Jimin Han Apr 18
"to face the body that she has never felt home in as her own, as the only one she has, to persist through the constant uncertainty of death, because life is a story that only ends one way." 's beautiful essay on at
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Michael J Seidlinger Apr 18
"Often I felt I was being taken to task for my own decisions, forced to remember my own mistakes and regrets." on identity, the human body, and 's SICK.
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Janice Lee Apr 18
A moving speck, a bird, a breath.
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Janice Lee Apr 18
"Beyond the narrative of sickness, I see this as a book about the intense vulnerability of being human." My review of 's SICK is up today on
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Harper Perennial Apr 18
"Beyond the narrative of sickness, I see this as a book about the intense vulnerability of being human." -- Thanks for such a lovely write-up of 's SICK!
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Berfrois Apr 18
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Janice Lee Apr 17
YES. This essay from John Keene on literary style. "The style, like every other aspect of the work, may reveal truths the writer only subconsciously grapples towards."
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Leni Zumas Apr 17
"How is style gendered? How is it raced or racialized? How is it classed?" I love this John Keene essay on literary style. via
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Janice Lee Apr 17
Friday! So excited to be part of this Whitenoise Project reading/convo: Visionaries: Finding a Future through Sci-Fi w/ & .Will be thinking abt speculative fiction, imagining worlds, the novum, the apocalypse, finality, & birds.
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