ONLINE: Third Tuesday Author: Kathleen Dean Moore
Join us for a virtual presentation with Oregon author Kathleen Dean Moore on Tuesday, November 16 at 7pm. Kathleen Dean Moore is a philosopher, environmental activist, and award-winning nature writer, best known for books that celebrate rivers and shores, like Riverwalking and Wild Comfort. However, her concern about the growing extinction crisis led her to turn her writing to the defense of the wild, reeling world. Her new book is Earth's Wild Music: Celebrating and Defending the Songs of the Natural World. Kathleen writes from Corvallis and from a cabin where two creeks and a bear trail meet a tidal cove in Southeast Alaska.
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"Earth's Wild Music is a love song to a vanishing world." -- Elizabeth Kolbert, author of The Sixth Extinction
"Kathleen Dean Moore is a wild-hearted, clear-eyed poet, a voice of the living world, who urges us into caring, dares us to fall in love." -- Carl Safina, author of Becoming Wild
With music, film, and readings from her new book, Earth's Wild Music, award-winning author Kathleen Dean Moore will celebrate the call of loons, howl of wolves, bellow of whales, laughter of children, and shriek of frogs, even as she warns of the threats against them.