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Excelsior! is American Cyborg's publication. We write monthly posts, both fiction and non-fiction, covering on-going projects and ideas at our collective.
Excelsior!'s color is Black, and mineral is Carbon.
Albatross, Bluebird & Finch mine Joseph Campbell for archetypes applicable to American Cyborg's journey.
Albatross writes a poem in the dialectal style of Robert Burns, but in Pittsburghese instead of Scottish.
Albatross sings a song of Mars, as he sews twin sail-making tricoteuse into his plotline.
Bluebird compares her rovers.
Bluebird weaves the vertical warp with the horizontal weft in a unifying gesture, as a cozy blanket to help us through this cold, cold winter.
We invite Stephanie Lam to present her take on naturecams, in tandem with Joseph Moore's photographic work on the same theme.
Bluebird pays tribute to the artist over the garden wall.
Bluebird tends her digital and physical gardens.
Finch and Bluebird assemble a photo history of ice to counter the heat outside.
Finch embarks on an archeological dig for the hairy heart emoji.
Finch explores early tech paranoia in an episode of The X-Files.
Albatross & Bluebird take a trip to their favorite jazz club.
Bluebird & Finch try to understand media.
Finch rewrites a classic allegory for modern times.
Albatross embarks on a serial fiction of solar sailing.
Bluebird retells Black Beauty from the perspective of a self-driving car.
Finch considers the organic patterns in software architecture.
Albatross takes an existentialist approach to virtual living.
Finch analyzes a sculpture made by Albatross and Bluebird.
Bluebird takes a trip to Maine and thinks about lobsters.
Albatross imagines the life of a more modern bug-man.
Albatross considers the future of animalistic robotic policing.
Albatross remembers an old neighbor.
Bluebird builds a ghost detector.
Albatross takes the ancient Jade Rabbit to the future.
Bluebird sings a railroad song.
Albatross sings a smartphone song.