Threshold is a novel published by Fireship Press in 2016. It is s multi-layered story about Tucson, Arizona when people begin to experience climate change personally with sustained high temps and recurrent blackouts. The book is written about the Southwest but any community in the world can learn from the stories in this novel. Discussion questions are included at the back of the book for schools, neighborhoods, churches, and leaders to engage people in planning. Below are 1) a Teacher Guide with National Standards articulation, and the book questions for print out.
Hope Beneath Our Feet: Restoring Our Place in the Natural World is a book of essays from nature writers, psychologists, poets, and others, each of whom contributed a perspective on the topic of restoring humans to a relationship with nature that is sustaining to both. My essay, “A Way Forward in an Uncertain Future” is among them. Martin Keogh is the editor. He brought all of us together to make this powerful book. You’ll find a lot of hope in its pages.
Songs of Ourselves published by Blue Heron Book Works is a compilation of essays about being an American. You will love the diversity of stories and writing styles. Consider it a Blue Highways on steroids. The first chapter includes ten short essays and stories from my blog walkearth.org.