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PLAY IT

You might be a band when you say it. But you know you're a band when you play it. You could be a band when you learn your chops. But you know if you're a band once the needle drops. By year's end, our twenty months of waiting were done. We'd made a record - Rough...

All Out of Still

A few months ago a certain degree of unspectacular life adversity leaned over to me and whispered: "What if you stop for a while? You were obliged off the road anyhow by the plague. Why not go the rest of the way there, and choose stillness?" Clever fellow. Years ago I remember coming across some stout advice...

A Memory

Robert Bly has died. Another old tree is gone from the canopy. The light that's let in is harsh, more revelatory than illuminating. I knew him for a time, corresponded for maybe a year or two. I found him remarkably kind and generous in person. He torpedoed Money and the Soul's Desires in its early iteration, drawing...

2021 September – Kimberly Ann Johnson interviews Stephen Jenkinson on Spirit Work, Conspiracies, Elderhood and Grief

In this two part interview, Kimberly and Stephen look at what happens when we normalize these uniquely troubled times, as well as how we got here. Together they wonder about grief, parenting, elderhood, me-first culture and conspiracies in times of crisis. Stephen places emphasis on how relationship to history informs our present circumstance and...

2021 October – The End of Tourism – Chris Christou interviews Stephen Jenkinson on Trauma Intelligence, The Stranger, and Radical Hospitality

Orphan Wisdom · 2021 October - The End of Tourism - Trauma Intelligence, The Stranger, and Radical Hospitality On this episode of The End of Tourism, our guest is Stephen Jenkinson, activist, teacher, author, and farmer. In the second part of our conversation, we explore the themes of tourism as the trauma of homeless people....

QUIET

I've had the chance over the past two weeks to get the lay of the pestilential land, thanks to a short but intense Nights of Grief and Mystery tour in B.C. I've seen how these last twenty months have treated some of my fellows. And that set me to thinking, and reconsidering. And the...

2021 September – The End of Tourism – Chris Christou interviews Stephen Jenkinson | Immigration and Cultural Homelessness

Orphan Wisdom · 2021 September - The End of Tourism - Immigration and Cultural Homelessness On this episode of The End of Tourism, our guest today is Stephen Jenkinson, activist, teacher, author, and farmer. In this conversation, we explore the themes of weekend warrior tourism, the so-called freedom to travel, and the abandonment of place...

Nights of Grief & Mystery Safe/Sound Salons West Coast B.C. Tour – Plague Document Books Readings

This is a little minor keyed announcement of the no-fanfare, low-rent, low-overhead, lowball, lowdown ramshackle reconnoiter of the state of affairs/state of siege/state of grace that prevails. To wit: a 'don't call it a tour' words and music tour of the B.C. coast. With great care and mindful of the prevailing psychic and public...