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The substance of most “future thoughts” on labor lately.
Me and my cash-farting tech-symbolic unicorn are in Wired this month.
Five of the silliest ideas about the “future of work.” Me for Pacific Standard with cartoons about robots, bosses, and robot bosses.
This is a kind of abridged version of my feature for Longreads about water in California, written for an event at Booksmith on June 24. We’re always in some state of crisis here, but when it comes to water, much of that crisis is actually normal.California city communities crisis farmers food land Porterville water years
California has always been plagued.
For the last year, the unincorporated and impoverished community of East Porterville has experienced some of the worst effects of this drought through a combination of exceptional factors that have coalesced to stamp out a self-sufficient subsistence that has characterized Central Valley life for many people over the last 150 years.and binge disasters fires floods land lifecycle natural presented truth
I wrote about water, politics, and rural identity in the town where my Okie relatives settled after escaping the Dust Bowl nearly 100 years ago, a town that may now dry up, too.
I wrote and drew about clothes, money, family, and feelings for BuzzFeed.
Susie Cagle is a journalist and illustrator based in Oakland, California.