Hannah is alive and well to the best of our knowledge.
Articles by Hannah Coolidge:
carbon-rich organic material—i.e., life - 42 U.S. gallons at 60° F - 5.8 million Btu - the expulsion of hydrocarbons - stratigraphic traps - flow up into the wellbore - of refined petroleum products - a light, sweet crude
the idea is to create fissures in the shale to release more hydrocarbons - we call it toe to heel fracking - in North Dakota I don't think I ever saw a chemical spill cleaned up - he was so delusional from sleep deprivation that he started eating a plastic water bottle - they're fudging their forms - my skin started bubbling up
Speaking of cliffs - the first rule of that game is that we will die - Wildland firefighting is one dangerous game that is heavily mediated by rules of engagement - since then I’ve worked on a hotshot crew out of New Mexico -- A Brief History of US Wildland Fire Management Policies - wildland firefighters are expected to follow two sets of rules - 18. Taking a nap near the fireline. - What makes the job un-boring—and at the same time keeps it un-terrifying—is this optimism.
we are all feminists now - male interlocutors take a leap of faith - unchecked access to this rhetorical tool - nestled in those favorable mythologies - historically, but not anymore! - unspoken rules - a kind of swordplay - tough, imaginative, slippery ways - how we talk about what we do
jobs don’t usually make people happy - anxious or bored or depressed sometimes - succeed at something that’s not yours - trellises and birdbaths and simple kinetics - running a bead or pounding washers in half - stings a little no matter how it’s said - if you can’t produce you must be sick? - dearer than any lump of cash
boots stiff with the cold - mottled white and purple - « we should probably hike out tonight » - rewarming - the bedpan - « there’s no need to be brave » - « freeze in January, amputate in July »
The Dictator and the Artist - interpretive authority should belong to the individual - « a huge, tireless octopus » - Ceauşescu is a bumbling clown - « You'll feel it eventually » - K.'s healthy sense of outrage - entangled in the Law's paradigm