Kim C. Domenico

Kim C. Domenico, reside in Utica, New York, co-owner of Cafe Domenico (a coffee shop and community space),  and administrator of the small nonprofit independent art space, The Other Side.  Seminary trained and ordained,  but independently religious. She can be reached at:

 Can White People ‘Negate the World’ That’s Our Oyster?

Caste and the Colonization of Liberal Souls

Where, Now, the Big Dream? An Amen for Ambivalence

Overcoming Whiteness: A Matter for Imagination, Not Law

Cafe D’s Final Message: Hipness Just May Be the Antidote to Whiteness

In Defiance of Whiteness: “Suffering Is the Bridge”

Caste Identity and the ‘Graver Questions of the Self’ 

Can White People Change? Isn’t This Still An Important Question?

Fuggedaboud Hope. Trust Your Melancholy. Utopia or Bust.

Tragedy’s Bounty: The Revolution in Place

Handling Trauma Consciously Gives Peace a Fighting Chance: What Have We Got To Lose?

If Hippies Were Saints Could Beggars Then Ride?

Darkened Saints and Neoliberal Innocence

Neoliberal Conspiracy & The Paradox of Trauma: Are We Ready To Be Healed?

Disruption of Power Begins In the (Most) Local

Fighting Banal Evil with the Truth of Trauma  

The Aspirational Self, or, Canceling Banality!

Dreaming the Radical Transformation of White Society, or Making Existence Into Resistance

Cannibalism, Utopianism, & the Stupid Nonsense of Art

Under Holy Orders: Everyone A Shaman

Instead of Suffocating In Neoliberal Reality Open the Airway

Octavia Butler’s “God-shaping:” A Fiction Less Strange

Living In A Time of Need for the Honesty of Elders

Repersonalize the Political: Daring Heresy In Liberal Reality

The Restoration of Culture In a Post-Liberal World: Imagining A Different Harvest

Is Love Extreme?: A Politics of Honest Indignation

Politics In the Catastrophe, the Elder’s Calling

Breaking the Spell, Or Resistance Is Remembering How To Be Human

‘Woke’ is Not Awake: to Confound the Great Ones We Need Our “Base(ness)”

If It Only Takes the Messiah To Save Us from Liberalism Our Chances May be Better Than We Thought!

Jesus was Right!: the Soul Is Anarchist

Restoring the Commons Takes Your Highness – and Mine!

The Politics of Love Obliges People To Get High

Is Self-Interest Key to Saving the Local?

“Our Bubble Has Been Burst:” Can Other Possibilities Now Exist?

Popeye Knows When It’s Time For the Spinach – Do We?

Making Your Hippie Life Matter

The Call: Why Following Your Own Interest Is In the Common Interest

‘We Are Limited Only By Our Imagination and Our Will to Act’: Hopeful Words As Liberal Shibboleth

Remedy for the Left’s ‘Substance Problem’: Anger Born of Hope

The Antithesis of the Great Replacement Theory Isn’t Liberalism; It’s Immanence

Feeling Hopeless? That’s a Start! Lessons From a Long Marriage

Love Supremacy Beats White Supremacy

Overthrowing Manufactured Inevitability, or, No Safe Way to Be Safe

Our War for Peace Opposes Liberal Terror, Too

In History’s Blind Spot Is Where You Can See From

Without Our Passion We Shall Overcome Nothing

Stefan & Me: Lessons In Exile from Reality

Antidote to Terror: Art-making at the End of the World 

If There’s To Be A World: Voluntary Austerity, and the Uses of Resentment