The Ethnobotanist

Bright yellow fire hydrant on the footpath

Sally found out how to feel important: you start a social media page that says you’re a specialist in something that nobody has heard of, you find a great website template and you start copy-pasting journal articles from the web. Bam! Instant ethnobotanist. Sally spent months flashing her title around at theatres, fancy restaurants, family … Continue reading The Ethnobotanist


Plastic soffit underside of ceiling, golden and mysterious like heavenly chocolate

I live in a gold house that’s made of plastic, I drive a porcelain car that’s made of plastic, and I kiss my wife’s plastic lips every morning before I go to work. I used to stick the yolk-extraction-needle into eggs back when the eggs came from real chickens, but that was a long time … Continue reading Plastic