Chloe Dunston is a radical and critical queer black femme sociologist who engages black feminist thought across scholarly and activist endeavors. She enjoys exploring epistemology, spirituality, the body, and nature in her reading and writing and believes speculative fiction holds unique potential to heal readers, build coalition and provide visions of our future built upon and departing from our cyclical past. She currently resides in Ohio with her partner and two cats.
By Chloe Dunston • This was also published on AGITATE on July 27, 2021. • The Tiger Flu is set in the year 2145, which author Larissa Lai depicts as a “time after oil” divided by factions, gender, disease and technology. After years of greedy leadership, environmental degradation, and the exhaustion of fossil fuels, Saltwater … Continue reading A Review of “The Tiger Flu” by Larissa Lai