I’ll be posting infrequently in this space. Not only have I lost critical support, but there is little for me to add. Barring a miracle — the likes of which this planet has never witnessed — habitat for humans will soon vanish from Earth.
Contrary to the misguided wishes of my shoot-the-messenger detractors, I will not be retiring from public service. Rather, I will be sharpening my focus, personally and in the public sphere. Much to the chagrin of those who prefer the death cult of civilization over life on Earth, I will continue to pursue excellence rooted in evidence and also in love.
I look forward to continued interactions with, and life-affirming contributions from, the relatively few people with whom I’ve enjoyed working these last few years. These include, most publicly, Mike Sliwa, Ivey Cone, and Pauline Schneider.
I will continue to speak in public as long as the system allows. Pauline Schneider and I will continue to offer our workshop as long as the system allows.
I will continue to suffer the fools and foolishness of the dominant culture. But not gladly, and certainly not joyously.
I will continue to update my long essay with information about abrupt climate change. I will continue to post occasionally in this space. And I will post the occasional, exceptional guest essay.
I need to live, though. For the little time remaining, I need to live and I need to grieve myriad losses, mine and ours.
Thank you for your continued understanding and support. May your journey be rewarding.
McPherson’s latest book is senior-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 also from Amazon. Trailer is embedded below.
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Last week featured an unexpected call-in show with Guy. Today we’ll interview anarcho-primitivist John Zerzan.
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McPherson’s first book published in 2015 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.