A letter from the editors
Jason M. Kelly writes on the freshwater crisis of the Anthropocene, designing water infrastructure for "peak use," and the narrative of green lawns.
Lydia See's photo essay on flood warnings and dropped signals in the cricks and hollers of Appalachia, a place where communities use spotty internet to work toward liberation.
Molly Kottemann on storing GIFs in a DNA archive, framing living things, and the structure and sequence of information flow
Asiya Wadud's ekphrastic poem "all we did for the moon / New Rural Landscapes," after Alessandro Poli and Superstudio's photomontage "New Rural Landscapes"
Katie Naum imagines what it’s like to live (and die) with a literal crick in the neck, dispensing advice via Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Cask of Amontillado.”
Allison C. Meier on creaks, hauntings, and cemeteries: weapons against forgetting
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