Book industry website Shelf Awareness (get it?) turns its eye to little ole Norwich Bookstore, and joy! joy! Tim Traver turns out to be one of the co-stars. Holiday Hum: Sales, No Snow at Norwich Bookstore Located in a shopping center with several other retailers, the Norwich Bookstore in Norwich, Vt., was spared Black Friday […]Read More..
From Gaia Media News: John Lamb Lash Not In His Image Gnostic Vision, Sacred Ecology and the Future of Belief 350 pages, hardcover Chelsea Green Publishing, USD 28.00 • ca. CHF 38.- This remarkable book introduces a Gnostic approach to Sophia-Gaia, the feminine wisdom principle embodied by the earth, vividly soliciting us to embrace Her […]Read More..
There’s some debate here in the office about the ‘wild laws’ described in the article below from The Guardian. I don’t want to prejudice readers, so for the moment, only let you in on the background: On thin ice Could ‘wild laws’ protecting all the Earth’s community – including animals, plants, rivers and ecosystems – […]Read More..
This just in via the Slow Food activist network: > URGENT JOIN US TODAY FOR PRESS CONFERENCE > DOWNTOWN TORONTO > AT JAMIE KENNEDY’S WINE BAR AND RESTAURANT > AT CHURCH AND FRONT STREET > BE THERE FOR 9:00 AM THE PRESS CONFERENCE STARTS AT 10:00 AM > WE NEED ALL THE SUPPORT THAT WE […]Read More..
From E: The Environmental Magazine Gaviotas by the Glass It Takes a Colombian Village to Bottle Green Water by Miranda Spencer When people think about sustainable business or restoring the environment, selling bottled water is the last thing on their minds. But the residents of the remote, rural eco-village of Las Gaviotas, Colombia (population around […]Read More..
A review of Sandy Katz’s The Revolution Will Not Be Microwaved. ….Katz’s book will assist you to create your own pathway out of the corporate food maze as you read about others who have already done so. Join the revolution today and go dumpster diving with a friend.Read More..
I recently read a list of dos and don’ts for successful blogging. One of the recommendations (number 3) was to use descriptitve titles. Thus the boring title of this post. Meanwhile, in the part of the world that does not revolve around me and my blog posts, U.S. soldiers are–sometimes–deciding that fighting this, or maybe […]Read More..
James Surowiecki gets on the ethanol-debate wagon. He’s not so much talking about “is ethanol good, is it bad.” He’s more interested in the absurdities of the interlinked lobbying interests of the corn and sugar industries, and how protecting domestic sugar production has the perverse effect of cementing corn’s role as the raw material for […]Read More..
Dude! I’m going to guess this was done by one of Stephan Harding’s students–it just popped up on our radar screen through a Google alert. Anyhow, this has got to be the first TV “commercial” for one of Chelsea Green’s books, and it couldn’t have happened to a nicer book. One thing I’d like to […]Read More..