By Signature Views 3 min read
Author Ken Ilgunas discusses how managing climate change isn't effective on an individual level and why helping the environment must be a cultural movement.
By Matt Staggs 5 min read
Rachel Carson's Silent Spring wasn’t the only book of its kind: The '60s and '70s introduced several works of canonical environmental literature.
By Tobias Carroll 5 min read
As Ann VanderMeer notes: “Really good science fiction is commenting on the present at the same time it’s talking about tomorrow.”
By Jennie Yabroff 4 min read
If a book can change just one life, help just one person, many writers say, then they’ll have done their jobs. Changing one life might be enough for those writers, but Rachel Carson’s aims were hi
By Nathan Gelgud 3 min read
Ken Ilgunas's travel memoir, Trespassing Across America, recounts his time hiking the entirety of the proposed length for the Keystone XL pipeline.
By Joe Muscolino 6 min read
Wendell Berry and Gary Snyder's comradery is on full display in Distant Neighbors, a selected collection of letters between the two writer spanning four decades.