Anthropocene, the book, embodies the moral and aesthetic contradictions of the project as a whole.
Montrealer Enid Louise Cushing’s 1956 mystery debut, “Murder’s No Picnic.”
“The plate just bent and bent,” she is saying. “I told them. The Slave Craton’s the oldest rock on the planet. It doesn’t move. It was never going to move. Something else had to.”