Category Archives: Interview

Okay, I’m the world’s worst blogger.

You would be too, if you were surrounded by editors as talented as those who surround me! It’s intimidating. But I am a half-way decent writer—and a damned good volunteer. I am determined to make this New Year a more … Continue reading

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“Calling for a Change of Heart”

Twenty years may at times seem long ago. But a careful examination of this interview by John Keeble with Derrick Jensen about his classic book Out of the Channel published in 1991, dealing with the Exxon Valdez oil spill is … Continue reading

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A Thumb and a Wisp of Steam

An Interview With Alberto Ríos By Leslie A. Wootten My interview with Alberto Ríos occurred on July 7, 2010, at the Chandler, Arizona, home he shares with his family. He was feeling particularly relaxed after having finished his 28th year … Continue reading

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Living in Words

Living in Words: Interviews from The Bloomsbury Review, 1981-1988 Edited by Gregory McNamee This wonderful time-capsule collection from the early years of The Bloomsbury Review contains interviews with Kay Boyle, William S. Burroughs, Wendell Berry, Joseph Campbell, Douglas Adams, Barry … Continue reading

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“And So Make Peace . . .”

Talking Story with Maxine Hong Kingston by Trevor Carolan For more than 30 years, National Book Award-winning author Maxine Hong Kingston has written on the complicated chains of history, nostalgia, and spiritual yearning—on the soul of place and home. For … Continue reading

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