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A novel about the near-term future
Bernard (Hope and Hard Times, 2010) wields a wise and skillful voice ...that cross-pollinates an impressive garden of genres. ---Kirkus Reviews.
A devastatingly truthful work of ecology-based fiction, and a gripping story of the coming-of-age of a group of post-carbon millennials. Much more than an ecological dystopia, Late-K Lunacy is a splendid evocation of the world going into – and eventually coming out of – an ecological crisis, as Holling’s ecological cycles are characterized by both collapse and recovery, like a never ending Möbius strip.
Fikret Berkes, author of Sacred Ecology
What Bernard offers us is worth turning the pages: an inside look at leadership in academia; true suspense (we know what's coming, but when and how will it happen?), including some shocking turns of events; characters that are more complicated than vanilla young "heroes" who can save the day; and, overall, a sense of at least wanting to enact a stubborn resiliency with the help of community.
Becca J.R. Lachman, author of The Apple Speaks and Other Acreage
New Catalyst Books by New Society Publishers
A wonderful collection of stories that will
truly lift your spirits: stories of courage,
stories of people devoted to their place and
determined to overcome the differences that
separate. ---John Flicker
A wise and richly informative and
A college campus...
threatened by fracking.
Students occupy, protest, resist, bumble into
A storm of the century.
The world at the brink:
A heart-rending story of students
and their beloved mentor as they
confront the unhinged world of