By Chandra Steele. The winning poem from our weekly challenge delves into facial recognition technology.
By Jed Myers. The winning poem from our poetry challenge imagines what lies on the other side of our particular darkness.
By EJ Shu. A poet time travels 66 million years to the site of Earth’s last mass extinction.
By Gerry Sarnat. Will San Francisco experience a new IPO-driven gold rush?
By Alyx Jordan. On the Mars Opportunity rover: “Her body doubled as its own monument.”
By Catherine Strayhall. A first-person account of living and dying on Mars.
By Abby E. Murray. On the end of a long-distance relationship with NASA’s Mars Rover, Opportunity.
By JS Makkos. A poem in a microchip on the surface of Mars, far from consumerist Earth.
By Ed Granger. On the kilogram and our need for some still point to stabilize this spinning plate we teeter on.
By EJ Shu. The light-trapping nanotechnology in birds-of-paradise feathers contain the darkest hues of black on earth.