It’s the start of the “Frog Days of Summer” when it’s so hot, we all become a bit amphibious to beat the heat.
The dogs are doing their best to keep cool and hydrated.
and to endure the terror of summer thunderstorms.
I still don’t have quite enough energy for a full on “Quick Hits and Varia,” but a few links to some late-summer reading never go astray. Do check out Carl Schiffman’s essay posted over at the North Dakota Quarterly blog or reminisce about a summer on Swan’s Island with the late Donald Junkins.
If you have a digital project that you love, do consider nominating it for the AIA Award for Outstanding Work in Digital Archaeology.
If you’re looking for something at the intersection of poetry and photography, check out Kyle Cassidy’s Optimized for Likes: Kerning the Human Altered Landscape. It’s $3 and you can get the PDF here.
If you have itchy writing figures, do consider submitting something to this coming fall’s pilgrimCHAT conference. You can read the CFP here.
I’m reading Rosemary Joyce’s The Future of Nuclear Waste: What Art and Archaeology Can Tell Us about Securing the World’s Most Hazardous Material. Oxford 2020.