Tag Archives: Knute Berger

How to Survive Trump? (Cascadia Knute says)

Perhaps it’s vindication for suggesting Bernie Sanders was a candidate more in line with traditional Democratic Party values, or the yuge desire to see an end to the embrace of neoliberalism that allows me not to feel as freaked out … Continue reading

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Winter of No Winter & Seattle’s Water (Hillman City Haibun 10)

It’s over now, but Winter 2014/2015 in Seattle was not much of a winter. Many people around here were planting their gardens over a month ago and I suspect that was very wise. Many plants have been quite early, including … Continue reading

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Cracker Climate Refugees Coming to Cascadia

Was going over last year’s journal entry for this date and came across John Olson’s wonderful birthday poem for me, as well as some of his comments regarding my essay Organic In Cascadia: A Sequence of Energies. He said: Dear Paul, … Continue reading

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