Thirteen to One: New Stories for an Age of Disaster – Marie Mutsuki Mockett

Thirteen to One: New Stories for an Age of Di...

Whenever an earthquake strikes Japan, the myth of the giant catfish Ōnamazu reminds people that the living world is full of complex meaning. In the face of repeated natural disasters, Marie Mutsuki Mockett looks to her mother’s homeland to recall stories that could change our relationship with what we call “nature.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Keeping the World in Being: Meditations on Longing – Fred Bahnson
29min 7sec
In pursuit of a contemplative inner life amid a world in upheaval, Fred Bahnson looks to the early desert monks for guidance on how to direct our gaze and maintain an attentive heart. As he ponders th ...
A Convergent Imagining – J. Drew Lanham
24min 0sec
What if Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Rachel Carson had met? Imagining an exchange in the year 1964, as the civil rights and environmental movements were forging parallel and increasingly urgent path ...
The Inward Migration in Apocalyptic Times – Alexis Wright
40min 59sec
As the world falters, threatening native ecosystems and Indigenous lifeways, acclaimed Australian Aboriginal author Alexis Wright turns inward to the dwelling place of ancestral story. From here, she ...
Unraveling the Stitches – Kalyanee Mam
47min 25sec
Born in Battambang, Cambodia, during the Khmer Rouge regime, Kalyanee Mam immigrated to the United States in 1981 with her family. In this narrated essay, Kalyanee traces her father’s struggle for age ...
The Druid Renaissance – Lucy Jones
45min 18sec
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Illuminating Kirinyaga – Tristan McConnell
34min 15sec
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The Coronavirus Pandemic and the Invisibility of Nature – Michael McCarthy
29min 10sec
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The Meaning of Air – Boyce Upholt
26min 14sec
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The Memory Field – Jake Skeets
30min 55sec
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22min 35sec
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Reindeer at the End of the World – Bathsheba Demuth
30min 21sec
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Fermentation as Metaphor – a conversation with Sandor Katz
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East to Eden – Roger Deakin with Robert Macfarlane
57min 32sec
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My Mother’s Hands – Gina Rae La Cerva
14min 47sec
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Desire Paths – David Farrier
18min 39sec
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Language Keepers, Episode 6: The Power of Revitalization
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Language Keepers, Episode 5: Kawaiisu
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Language Keepers, Episode 4: Wukchumni
26min 54sec
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Language Keepers, Episode 3: Karuk
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Language Keepers, Episode 2: Tolowa Dee-ni’
57min 5sec
Episode Two of our “Language Keepers” podcast series brings you to the redwood forests of Northern California, home to Loren Bommelyn, the sole remaining fluent speaker of the Tolowa Dee-ni’ language. ...
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17min 0sec
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Negative Love — Daisy Hildyard
31min 8sec
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And Peace Shall Return — Ben Okri
58min 5sec
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The Basilisk — Paul Kingsnorth
42min 51sec
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The Ecology of Perception – David Abram
49min 5sec
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Ink — Sjón
39min 11sec
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