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Daniela and I wanted to try something different for this issue. We wanted to read something together that might helpfully disorient ourselves and perhaps the readers a little. We settled on two books: Anna Tsing's The Mushroom at the End of the World (2015) and Sarah Ahmed's Living a Feminist Life (2017). The first is an extraordinary examination of one of the world's most rarified mushrooms and its travels across capitalist supply chains and histories of multispecies cohabitation. The seconddoi:10.1145/3145630 fatcat:jyqrky37lvdu5a6bqrqog3rvl4