Gravity's Rainbow

botany, shoes, books, and justice

About

I’m a graduate student doing research somewhere between ecology and evolution at Awesome International University in Epiphyte City. This blog chronicles my experiences being sick and queer in academia with lots of asides about the plants, shoes, and books I love. If you like it here, you might also want to follow me on twitter or read my posts on Tenure, She Wrote. If you’re just interested in my migraine-related posts, you may prefer to follow me on tumblr.

My blog’s name has nothing to do with Pynchon’s rather incredible book and everything to do with projectile motion.

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The real Sarcozona

In addition to serving as my pseudonym, Sarcozona is a genus in the Aizoaceae. It means “fleshy involucre.”

Sarcozona praecox
Photographer: McAuliffe, J.
Taken at : Murray Sunset National Park, Vic.
Australian Plant Image Index (APII)- Photo No. : ma.185

3 Comments

  1. Wow,

    My desktop background just became your about photo. What an incredible photo. It so much represents the presence of that fallen one!

    I forwarded your extinct plant of the week post to our Earth First! poetry list. I’ll also carried it on my blog…

    You do quality work! If you ever want to increase traffic to any specific blog post I’d be happy to help!

    Be well, Deane

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