The film embedded below was created by Marc Haneburght, and it features Paul Beckwith and me. It’s the first of two parts.
The video clip below popped up on my screen this morning. It’s extracted from an interview in January 2014.
Linked here is video from a presentation I delivered in Lonay, Switzerland on 23 April 2015 (embedding is disabled). Big thanks to PANSwiss for hosting and also to Karol Wasilewski for shooting and editing the video.
McPherson’s latest book is co-authored and illustrated by Pauline Schneider. Ms. Ladybug and Mr. Honeybee: A Love Story at the End of Time can be ordered from the publisher here and from Amazon here. Trailer is embedded below.
Looking for San Francisco Bay Area folks to raise $$$$ to bring Guy to San Francisco. Please contact email@example.com if you are willing to donate towards Guy’s travel here.
Also seeking vegan folks to brainstorm the creation of 100% vegan urban community in or near Portland, Oregon along the light rail line.
Those of you seeking a response from me at the NBL Forum will be continue to be disappointed. I’ve never visited. I doubt I will.
Catch Nature Bats Last on the radio with Mike Sliwa and Guy McPherson. To catch us live, tune in every Tuesday at 3:00 p.m. Eastern time, or catch up in the archives here. If you prefer the iTunes version, including the option to subscribe, you can click here.
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McPherson’s recent book is co-authored by Carolyn Baker. The Second, Revised edition of Extinction Dialogs: How to Live with Death in Mind is available. Electronic copy is available here from Amazon.
Tech note, courtesy of mo flow: Random issues have been appearing with posting comments. Sometimes a “Submit Comment” click will return a 404 Page Not Found, or another error, for no apparent reason. To ensure you don’t lose a longer comment, you can right-click select all, and right-click copy, in the comment box before clicking “Submit.” If that hasn’t been done, the comment text will likely still be in the comment box when clicking the back button, or the forward button — depending on the error — on your browser.