Christy Rodgers

Christy Rodgers lives in San Francisco, where all that is solid melts into air. Her essays and reviews have appeared in CounterPunch Alternet, Upside Down World, Truthout, Dark Mountain Project, and Left Curve Magazine. Her blog is What If? Tales, Transformations, Possibilities.

Achieving Escape Velocity

Orson Welles in End Times

The Fires This Time

The First Thanksgiving

The Third World War

Fire and Rain

Total Eclipse Retrospective

Remaining Animal

Life After Wartime

Biophilia as Extreme Sport

Is the World Living or Dead?

Everywhere is War: Luke Mogelson’s These Heroic, Happy Dead: Stories

Southern Exposure: Reading Terry Southern, Great American Satirist, Voice of His Time

The End of the Enlightenment: a Fable for Our Times

Floating in America, or The Perils of Placelessness

The View From Bohemia: Infernal Silicon Valley vs. the Barrio

Getting Vertigo in San Francisco: Hitchcock’s Film and the City Now

The Browning of the World: Blame the Greed of the Rich

California Burning: Life on a Tinderbox Planet

An Eco-Village Survives as a Haven for Deep Ecology in Mexico’s Central Mountains

Teachers’ Day in Mexico City Brings an Army of Police into the Streets

A Zapatista “Seminar” in Chiapas

The Zapatistas Prepare to Honor Their Dead and Call for a Reality Check

At Play in the Comedy of Survival

The Absurdity Awareness Support Group

Chasing the Rainbow

The Golden Age

In the White City

Cheyenne Autumn and Beyond