Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Johnny Moses

Johnny Moses is a unique Native American storyteller. Raised by his grandparents in a remote village on Vancouver Island, Moses is fluent in eight indigenous languages, and has been recognized as a spiritual ambassador bringing aboriginal knowledge and perspective to non-indigenous audiences.

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Reluctant Relations

The Killing of Major Denis Mahon by Peter Duffy is a tale of tenancy grounded in peat and potatoes, reluctant relations, church and state. An uncommon history of County Roscommon. A careful critique of colonialism in Ireland. A marvelous mystery.

Thursday, May 20, 2010


Apocalypse is a relative term, but must surely apply to the annihilation of the majestic forests of the Pacific Northwest. Darius Kinsey documented in photos the wasting of the Salish Sea watershed a century ago, the effects of which continue to trouble us today.