Sometimes, the second after something nice has happened, I long for death. A kiss. A cup of coffee. A song on the car radio I have to sing along to.
Sci-fi and dystopian fantasy novels often offer a bleak view of the future. We spoke with Kat Ross, author of the dystopian sci-fi novel Some Fine Day, about why imagining worst-case scenarios can help us better the world we live in.
For photographer Delphine Diallo, the saying “there is more to life than meets the eye” couldn’t ring truer. Delphine believes that within everyone lurks a “gift”—a kind of aura that transcends our human form.
The rules of people are so easily ascribed to God: a sleight-of-hand trick to say who can do what, and when, and how.