Transmit to Your Eyeholes: Week Ending 1/17/2021

I read a lot. This is a selection of what I read this week (1/4/2021 through 1/7/2021) that I think you should read, too. Articles *Asher Elbein’s In Praise of the Great-tailed Grackle, a Bird That Doesn’t Need Your Respect for The Audubon Society: Grackles are obnoxious trash birds and I absolutely adore them. As … Continued

Transmit to Your Eyeholes: Week Ending 1/10/2021

I read a lot. This is a selection of what I read this week (12/27/2020 through 1/3/2021) that I think you should read, too. Articles *Tristan Ahtone’s Tribes Create Their Own Food Laws to Stop USDA From Killing Native Food Economies for Yes!: On indigenous reservations, Native tribes are drawing up their own food safety … Continued

Transmit to Your Eyeholes: Week Ending 1/3/2021

I read a lot. This is a selection of what I read this week (12/27/20 through 1/3/2021) that I think you should read, too. Articles * An open letter to Candidates, the Media, Political Parties, and Policymakers: Organizations involved in actual human, child, and/or sex trafficking prevention, awareness, rescue, and victim advocacy speak out about … Continued

Transmit to Your Eyeholes: Week Ending 12/26/2020

I read a lot. This is a selection of what I read this week (12/21/20 through 12/26/2020) that I think you should read, too. Articles *Robin McKie’s Early humans may have survived the harsh winters by hibernating for The Guardian: God, if only this were true now. *Vivienne Nunis & Sarah Treanor’s Why Africa’s animation … Continued

Transmit to Your Eyeholes: Week Ending 12/20/2020

I read a lot. This is a selection of what I read this week (12/14/20 through 12/20/2020) that I think you should read, too. Articles *Kevin Broderson’s Frogs and Toads for Alaska Department of Fish and Game: I wanted to learn more about the wood frog’s winter hibernation habits and I was not disappointed. *Emily … Continued