Category Archives for Eco Fiction

CATRUNNERS, Chapter 1

To the Rescue (A Make-Believe Adventure for Youth of All Ages, Human and Feline) By John Davis [NOTE: This is a rough draft of chapter one of a novel in the works to be published soon by Essex Editions, which recently published a more serious book by John Davis called Split Rock Wildway: Scouting the […]

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Tree Rights Revolution

By Joan Maloof As founder and director of the Old-Growth Forest Network, I was recently contacted by the XPRIZE Foundation. The XPRIZE organization designs competitions to address great challenges. Beginning in 2018, XPRIZE and Kimberly-Clark are teaming up to identify the biggest challenges and trends in forest development as well as breakthroughs that could promote […]

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CATRUNNERS, Prologue

Summer. A fine time for adventures and our favorite mountains, deserts, and seashores. And a good book to travel with us. The Rewilding summer reading program for our young rewilding friends (and any others readers as well!) includes Catrunners, a young-adult novel by John Davis. The Prologue follows, and Chapter One will also be featured […]

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Book Review of The Overstory, by Richard Powers

Review by Charles E. M. Dunlop There’s a fire backstage, he says. The clown comes out to warn the audience. Laughter and applause. They think it’s a joke! The clown repeats his warning. The fire grows hotter; the applause grows louder. That’s how the world will end, Wittgenstein says: to general applause, from halfwits who […]

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