By Fred Dodsworth. “It’s always about the money, the filthy lucre, mammon, the root of all evil.”
By Elle Aviv Newton. What’s happened to Oakland’s arts warehouses after the Ghost Ship fire?
By Emily Ruth Hazel. Ruminations on artists who dare to claim housing, even if they have to build it themselves.
By Fred Dodsworth. A meditation on the illegal, sacred spaces of artists, written after Oakland’s Ghost Ship fire.
By Jan Steckel. The scene of an Oakland warehouse set for fire, while the musicians play on.
By Elle Aviv Newton. A deadly warehouse fire in California hits so close to home.
By J Spagnolo. A poet mourns friends lost in the Ghost Ship fire, “taken by a mere element”.