Monthly Archives: July 2014

How to Make Love Last

I told her I loved her. Your love is all about you, she replied; it has nothing to do with me. You love who you imagine me to be, because no one can know who someone else really is. I … Continue reading

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Them, You, Then, Now, Always

  The latest edition of SHIFT Magazine is now online and available for download or purchase. It features a new interview with Noam Chomsky, and my latest short story, set long after Collapse, several millennia from now:      THEM, … Continue reading

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Nodding With a Smile to the Sacred

stone circle at avebury uk; photo by the author I had the great pleasure to meet and spend an evening with Ben Brangwyn, who co-founded the Transition Network with Rob Hopkins, during my recent trip to Totnes UK. Rob has … Continue reading

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Through the Dark Mountain: A Harvest of Myths

I spent last week at a Dark Mountain retreat at Schumacher College in Dartington just outside Totnes, UK. Along with the brilliant authors of the Dark Mountain Manifesto, Paul Kingsnorth and Dougald Hine, 16 remarkable artists, an equal number male … Continue reading

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