RoD: Dr. Stalwart or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Embrace Uncertainty

By Wes Kuhnley A look up into the night sky—in any semi-rural location anyway—will yield an incredible expanse of stars. And on a moonless night, with your naked eye, you can even see the pale mists of the via lactea, our home, our galaxy, the Milky Way. The experience is humbling and for many, slightly … Continue reading RoD: Dr. Stalwart or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Embrace Uncertainty

RoD: ‘O Dark of Night More Darling Than the Dawn’

By Andrew Worthley ‘O dark of night more darling than the dawn’ In a neon world saturated with light, what fool writes about the darkness? There is a challenge here. To write about darkness invariably means to write also about the light. The one illuminates the other. Without its necessary bright counterpoint, the gloaming of … Continue reading RoD: ‘O Dark of Night More Darling Than the Dawn’