Monthly Archives: July 2014

Gero-Punk Preoccupations: Spotting in the Spin

An essay by Guest Gero-Punk Stephanie Lillegard You know what’s a funny word? “Spot.” Spot is a very funny word. And don’t stare at it too long, or it will stop looking like a word altogether. Fair warning. Spot can … Continue reading

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Gero-Punk Lexicon: Legacy

Legacy can transcend the bounds of time-place-space. Legacy can be transmitted through a fig. Or a raspberry. Legacy goes in all directions, is deeply, fundamentally relational, and encompasses much more than mere material resources. By “all directions,” I mean that … Continue reading

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Gero-Punk Reverie: Golden Raspberries

Have you ever tasted a golden raspberry? Do golden raspberries grow where you live?   In Portland, Oregon, USA you can sometimes find them at this time of year though they aren’t as plentiful or popular as red raspberries. My … Continue reading

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