It’s been 50 years since the Community of Writers’ first poetry workshop in the Sierra. In that time, hundreds of talented writers have visited the Olympic Valley of the Sierra Nevada to hone and share their craft. A new anthology honors that work.
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Virtual Author Interview With Abigail Dillen
July 8, 2021
Join host Donna Apidone and environmental lawyer Abigail Dillen to discuss the national bestselling book — All We Can Save.
Chosen by Donna for its reflection on the Biden administration's fresh perspective on climate change and its appointments of women in critical environmental positions, All We Can Save illuminates the expertise of a diverse group of women leading the climate fight in the U.S.
In this book, you will find a mix of poetry, art and essays from women like Dillen summoning truth, courage and solutions for how we can rapidly, radically reshape society.
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"A powerful read that fills one with, dare I say . . . hope?"
"The book is a feast of ideas and perspectives, setting a big table for the climate movement, declaring all are welcome. And that is a comforting — and much-needed — sentiment..."
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