With so much time at home now’s the moment for Americans to look inward, and to look forward to ask ourselves who we want to be as a people.
Americans are good on the “thoughts and prayers” thing. Also not so bad about digging in for the 10-buck donation. But otherwise, we don’t really care. Really.
I gave up air travel 27 years ago. I’ve seen plenty of the world since then and have barely scratched the surface.
Trying to advance energy literacy has been a losing gambit for me. Trying to work my life around energy decline has been a study in absurdity. Can I reconcile the two?
Linoleum block print by Lindsay Curren depicting Mark Risdill Smith’s vertical garden.
Writing about goat mowers will probably be among my most favorite essays for the chapbook for this show because the link between fossil fuel use and an overtaxed economy and environment are so painfully felt.