Writing a book is like making a certain kind of omelette. You have to do it over and over again if you want to get it right. That's why doing talks are so good. My books are more delicious if I can write them in one single go. With Dark Ecology I'm shooting for writing it in ten hours. They don't have to be totally continuous but they shouldn't be spread over more than four days. That is my constraint.
Judging from what I wrote today I think it's more than possible to write this book in ten hours.
That way I can preserve the directness and performative flow.
Interestingly I began to talk about my previous food studies research and threw a little history of capitalism in, along with some logic of neoliberalism.
It's like deciding to throw in some handfuls of cheese at the last minute.