Sydney, December 2019. Amidst the thick smoke haze that chokes Australia’s east coast, as the everyday proceeds under eerie orange light, ash falling on washing lines and backyard barbeques far removed from containment lines, I open my window, look up to the yellow-brown skies, and inhale a world saturated with loss. Immense, immeasurable, and incommensurable loss. Loss thickened, as it would turn out, with a cocktail of toxins with effects also likely to never be fully quantified.
|Title of host publication
|Subtitle of host publication
|The more-than-human Anthropocene
|Anna L Tsing, Jennifer Deger, Alder Keleman Saxena, Feifei Zhou
|Place of Publication
|Stanford University Press
|Published - 2020