By James McWilliams
Humans have been practicing agriculture for only a tiny fraction of our existence—beginning to domesticate plants and animals about 10,000 years ago—and, as McWilliams sees it, our efforts have failed. Our food production systems are broken, and the vast majority ...
Cornelia NixonCornelia Nixon is the author of three other novels, Angels Go Naked, Now You See It, and Jarrettsville, as well as a book of literary criticism. Her latest book, The Use of Fame, comes out this month. We ask her five questions here.
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KGNU Radio Bookclub interviews The Blue Hour author Laura Pritchett
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Posted on March 21, 2017