photo: Doug Barlow
IN THE WOODS . . .
Click here to hear Wing reading "Wildlife Opening" at a campfire open-mike
2012 Rainbow Family Gathering of the Tribes,
Cherokee Forest, Tennessee
Community Gardens Take Root in Metro Atlanta
(Sevananda's Cooptions, July-August 2012 – an abridged version of the Atlanta Progressive News piece below)
In the Granddaddy Tree
(Sevananda's Cooptions, June 2012 – an excerpt from my novel Free Ralph!)
"Every Neighborhood Needs a Land Trust"
(Sevananda's Cooptions, May 2012 – the Sevananda "Be the Change" Partner profile for May)
The Iceberg on the Highway
(Sevananda's Cooptions, April 2012 – "The Transition to the Post-Petroleum Age Has Begun")
Out of Sight, Out of Mind, and Good Riddance!
(Sevananda's Cooptions, December 2011 – "Life on a Disposable Planet")
Wanted: The Perfect Rationalization
(Sevananda's Cooptions, September 2011 – "Philosopher Seeks Plausible Excuse for Planetary Waste & Destruction ")
WING ON YOUTUBE
performing "Creatures Like Us"
The Lake Claire Clarion – The Transition Is Coming!
Atlanta Progressive News – "Community Gardening in Atlanta"
The Lake Claire Clarion – "What the Land Trust Means to Me"
Sevananda's Cooptions – "Which Comes First, My Community or My Career?"
(reprinted in Communities magazine, Fall 2011)
Copies of Four-Wheeler & Two-Legged now available!
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"EARTH POETRY" WORKSHOP, Sat. Jan. 12, 2:00-4:00 pm
at The Wylde Center (formerly Oakhurst Community Garden)
"Free Ralph! is an expertly crafted novel. Like practiced trapeze artists, the subplots soar towards one another across a seemingly unbridgeable chasm; there is a moment of breathless suspense before their fingers wrap securely around one another's wrists. The innocent, excitable chimp protagonist is the most lovable fictional character I can think of. I could hardly put the book down, except to laugh at its jokes."
Jed Brody, lecturer in physics, Emory University
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Walt Whitman, Leaves of Grass
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