Frances Richard

Trickster Eye
Some thoughts on ocular prostheses
Issue 1 / Invented Languages / Winter 2000–2001

Utterance Is Place Enough
Mapping conversation
Issue 2 / Mapping Conversations / Spring 2001

The Worst Journey in the World
A chronology
Issue 3 / Weather / Summer 2001

Reading The Worst Journey in the World
The icy adventures of the Penguin Party
Issue 3 / Weather / Summer 2001

Fifteen Theses on the Cute
A crucial absence
Issue 4 / Animals / Fall 2001

Colors / Indigo
A one-word poem
Issue 5 / Evil / Winter 2001–2002

Great Vitreous Tact: Thoughts (With Quotations) on The Ware Collection of Glass Flowers and Fruit, Peabody Museum, Harvard University
Rendering carbon in silicon
Issue 6 / Horticulture / Spring 2002

The Sole of the Criminal: An Interview with William Bodziak
Footwear and forensics
Issue 8 / Pharmacopia / Fall 2002

Thoreau’s Wild Fruits
A philosopher among the huckleberries
Issue 23 / Fruits / Fall 2006

Measure for Measure: An Interview with Anne Chaka
A visit to the National Institute of Standards and Technology
Issue 24 / Shadows / Winter 2006–2007

Reversing the Regular Order of Nature: An Interview with Emilie Clark
Mary Ward, Mary Treat, Martha Maxwell, and the place of the female naturalist in nineteenth-century science
Issue 29 / Sloth / Spring 2008

NIGHT. “MOOD.”
Issue 44 / 24 Hours / Winter 2011-2012