Jellyfish Review is one month old. We opened our doors and published our first post on October 14. Our first story went up on October 23, and we have published some wonderful stories so far. Here they are:
I would like to thank all of the authors with all my heart. They have written some incredible stories, and we are so blessed to share them with you.
For our second month, we have some more great stories to share, including a piece by Stefanie Freele which I’m terribly, terribly excited about.
Please keep reading, please keep sharing, and please keep enjoying Jellyfish Review! Thank you!
There is a jellyfish called turritopsis dohrnii, or the immortal jellyfish, which can revert when endangered from adult back to sexually immature polyp. Needless to say, I relate a lot to this! In theory, it can endlessly repeat this life cycle, never dying, living forever.
In Japan, there lives a wonderful man, Shin Kubota of Kyoto University’s Seto Marine Biological Laboratory, who has dedicated his life to studying these tiny beings. He is deeply passionate about his subject, and when he’s not studying jellyfish he’s dressing up as a jellyfish and appearing on Japanese TV singing karaoke songs he wrote himself.
Just in case you find this as interesting as I do, here’s a chance to see Shin Kubota in action: