This week, the new issue of the fabulous lit mag Defunct went live. Defunct is a journal dedicated to that which is no longer in existence. (Think of something discharged or deceased; a body or thing no longer functional or alive. Then think too of a mausoleum, a container of the defunct but also a means of preservation; a reminder of something past. It holds a typewriter and an original Nintendo and a rotary telephone, all of which are other names for memory.) The editors were kind enough to include some of my drawings alongside the essays in this issue, whose theme is Place. To make the drawings, I read each piece and centered on a mentioned location; I researched these places and tried to draw them. To see the rest of my drawings and read the lovely, lovely work in this issue, check out Defunct.