This round, our book discussion is immersed in a theme of humankind and the natural world. Our next Food for Thought selection is a heavy lift, but after the fiction and poetry we have read, set so intensely in the natural world, this book will lend us the accuracy and language to understand contemporary interconnections between humans and the natural world. The book opens with the words, “It is worse, much worse than you think.” Read an NPR review here.
You can find copies at the Mahoning and Trumbull County libraries, YSU Maag Library via OhioLink and the YSU Barnes & Noble.
Food for Thought is hosted by our community partner Cultivate Cafe, 901 Elm St., on Wednesday, February 12, from 6:00-7:00 pm. If you would like to order a bite to eat, please arrive well before the counter closes at 6:00. Haven’t read the book yet? No worries. Join us.
Upcoming Food for Thought Titles:
April 8 (Nonfiction) The Hidden Half of Nature: The Microbial Roots of Life and Health by David R. Montgomery & Anne Biklé
May 13 (Nonfiction) Bringing Nature Home by Douglas Tallamy