In 2014, we set out to curate a collection of short stories that explored the ways in which we live among—and often in conflict with—our non-human counterparts. And now, here we are with the third edition of this popular book series. The cover of the book features Winky, a local chicken and a survivor, who … Read more
I was thrilled to join Lovis Geier on her amazing environmental literature podcast this week. You can check it out here:
At last, it’s ready… on Audible.com.https://adbl.co/2ZINs6j You can listen to a sample here: Ashland Creek Press · Where Oceans Hide Their Dead (sample) Read by yours truly, warts and all. The end result is 8 hours and change long but I lost count of how many hours I spent recording and re-recording these chapters. Partly … Read more
I love watching otters which, to my regret, led me to click on this CNN article recently. It’s about a zoo in Belgium that paired a family of sea otters with orangutans to help keep the orangutans entertained. I can’t say for sure that the orangutans are entertained but my clicking on the photo below … Read more
Cue the hysterics. Like this gentleman. But let’s suppose that eating meal is illegal. Here is my take, via the short story Free Range. You can read it here.
Let me just that I have newfound respect for those who create audiobooks, because after a month of starts and stops and re-recordings I’m happy to announce the audiobook for The Tourist Trail. It’s available on Audible and comes in at just over 7 hours, which by no means reflects how many hours went into … Read more
An interesting article in the New York Times about the rise of corporate intelligence (spying) firms and the lengths they will go to in order to dig up dirt on activists and other ordinary people. I mention this because my next book, coming next year (at long last), is about the role of one such … Read more
I had a great chat with Jasmin Singer as part of this Our Hen House podcast. Check it out!