Vol. 12: Weather

TABLE OF CONTENTS

How to Talk About the Weather
URSULA HEISE interviewed by MAX FOX

World of Weathercraft
by JENNA BRAGER and BAILEY KIER

Après Nous, Le Déluge
by GERRY CANAVAN

Climate Changed
by STEPHANIE BERNHARD

Humid, all too Humid
by COSMO BJORkENHEIM and A.M. GITTLITZ

Not For Prophet
by AMANDA SHAPIRO

To The Squirrels
By JEFF SPARROW

Revenge of Geography
By JASON DITTMER

Unsolicited Advice for Living in the End Times
by MICHAEL SEIDENBERG

As crises mount and the sky above us begins to change, the weather can be a prompt for serious thinking about the limits of our agency — and, perhaps, a terrain for contestation. But first, we need to sort out what it is we’re talking about….

 — Editorial Note

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