I am happy to announce that last week's Paper Stack* will be soon be on its way to Pasadena in the US.
*Did you know?
A sea stack is a column of rock standing in the sea, remaining after the erosion of coastline cliffs. Sea stacks are generally comprised of countless generations of - amongst other things - coccolithophors and calcareous foraminifera (see, here they are again. . . these words belong in the same sentence?).