Round Thirteen with Peter Miller

Along with Kevin Hester, I was interviewed by psychologist Peter Miller for the thirteenth time on the evening of 21 March 2020. The video interview is embedded below, and is followed by a list of our online interactions to date. Audio-only version is here.



 

Round 1, 21 October 2018

Miller’s article about our initial conversation, 26 October 2018

Round 2, 18 November 2018

Round 3, 1 December 2018

Round 4, 27 January 2019

Round 5 with Kevin Hester, 2 February 2019

Miller’s thoughtful essay based on our interactions to date, 3 February 2019

Round 6, 18 February 2019

Round 7, 18 March 2019

Round 8, 12 May 2019

Psychologist and songwriter Peter Miller, 2 June 2019

Round 9, 16 June 2019

Round 10, 8 July 2019.

Round 11, 7 November 2019

Round 12, 11 December 2019

 

 

Effective immediately and until the COVID-19 situation is resolved, we are no longer accepting visitors at the rental home I occupy in central Florida. Exceptions will be made for family.

 

Special Notification:

The 57-acre homestead I occupied in western Belize has been re-listed for sale (click here for listing). My partner, who owns the property, must spend time with her family in Florida. She is selling the homestead at a monetary loss to be closer to her family.

 

Published February, 2019: McPherson, Guy R. 2019. Only Love Remains: Dancing at the Edge of Extinction. Woodthrush Productions, New York.

 

McPherson, Guy R. 2019. Revised Second edition of Going Dark. Woodthrush Productions, New York.

 

Pauline Panagiotou Schneider and Guy R. McPherson. 2018. Revised Second Edition of Ms. Ladybug and Mr. Honeybee: A Love Story at the End of Time. Woodthrush Productions, New York.

 

McPherson, Guy R. 2019. Revised Second edition of Walking Away from Empire: A Personal Journey. Woodthrush Productions, New York.

 

Mugs, tote bags, iPhone cases, tee shirts, and other pragmatic goods affiliated with the latter book are available here (and also on Redbubble). I do not earn money from these items. Indeed, they have returned far less money than it cost to create and distribute them. I list them at the bottom of posts in this space in support of my artistically inclined partner, who created them.