From the site: “focuses on the implications and provocations of our posthuman world.”
Harrisburg Pennsylvania’s only literary non-fiction magazine.
- This is a wonderful database for plant information organized by state. With a mix of well cataloged scientific information, photographs, and water color illustrations, the site is enjoyable to browse on both the cerebral and sentimental levels.
If you ever write, or worse, have to read papers written for the humanities (meaning anything not specifically a tech manual) you should be aware of this page. Indispensable and straightforward, Purdue’s online writing lab information pages lay out how to properly cite information garnered from any sort of source one can imagine.