I observe, bent on life. A casually brief (and extremely rough-drafty) literary analysis of Star Trek: Picard, and its relation to other cultural narratives.
“I’d been brewing components for a post about the historical phenomenon of Covid-19 (or the novel coronavirus) as a literal “novel” — the strong emergence of a narrative metaphor made real, actualized into the environment as part of a historical wave much like we could describe the emergence of a war . . .
. . . “‘There may be nothing new under the sun,’ . . . however there is everything new as we are subjectively unified within its scope, and empowered to turn our gaze into the unknown.”
Link to full post: mind meld – part 1: impetus