The V21 Collective (Victorian Studies for the 21st Century) kindly published this non-Victorianist’s response to their recent special issue in Boundary2. Specifically, I respond to Jessee Oak Taylor’s piece “Anthropocene Inscriptions: Reading Global Synchrony”.

“A poetics of this material dynamism might be articulated as lower limit stone / upper limit air.That is to say, literary forms mediate ecological crisis via multiple scales and materialities—climate change is not inaccessible, as some have argued, but merely illegible when we confine our investigation to any single literary period.”

Read my full response here