A collection of essays I wrote between 2011 and 2018. I approach the basic thesis—”agriculture as wrong turn”—from different viewpoints and styles, varying from journalistic to scholastic to reflective to ranty, and two of the pieces are interviews.
Read an excerpt here: “Agriculture as Wrong Turn.”
151 pages long, black & white, in 6×8 paperback format.
A zine co-written with Nicole Patrice Hill. We explore the corporate interests, sketchy science and cultural prejudices behind “invasive” plant theory. Excerpts appeared in serial form on this blog.
Available free-of-charge as a digital download for on-screen reading or printing out for distribution.
An art book featuring over 150 full color photographs of flowering plants and wild animals the author met in the Mojave Desert of the southwestern United States. More info
102 pages long, color, in 8.5×8.5 paperback format
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Adventures in Urban Bike Gardening
Equal parts historical document, confessional memoir and social critique, this book tells the story of “Sunroot Gardens,” a bicycle-based urban farming operation that the author founded and cultivated in Portland, Oregon, in the early 2000’s. Description & Excerpt
230 pages long, black & white, in 6×9 paperback format.
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Features over 100 full-color photographs not included in the hardcopy or on the Amazon Kindle version!
Four formats for one price: PDF, EPUB, MOBI & AZW3. All four are free of DRM (Digital Rights Management) so you copy them to as many of your devices as you want.
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Wildflowers of Joshua Tree Country
$2.95 – E-book only. Five file formats for one price: EPUB, PDF, HTML and both Kindle formats: AZW3 & MOBI. The HTML version sizes well to any device including a phone and has the best browsing features. All five are free of DRM (Digital Rights Management) so you copy them to as many of your devices as you want.
The Great American Coming-of-Age novel presented in a multimedia format with art and music. Originally published by Entropy Press in 1998 on a CD.
The book is in HTML format, like a website. All the files (including the MP3s of the music) are packaged in a .ZIP file you will need to uncompress. Then, simply open “home.htm” in a web browser. (Also included is “bonus-chapter-2015.htm,” the new story written to mark this re-release.)
Roadtripping at the End of the World
Essay collection inspired by the author’s travels. Topics include Climate Change and radical activism.
Ecosystems at Risk
Photographic essays of endangered habitats and their flora and fauna.