Toles frames the question: Eugene Robinson follows up: The words “climate change” were not spoken during the presidential debates. Hurricane Sandy wants to know why. Or, as Terry Tempest Williams tweeted: So ironic: no mention of Nature or wildness in the presidential debates and now, it is commanding force in chief. We are forced toContinue reading “Hurricane Sandy has a question for our politics”
The incandescent writer Terry Tempest Williams — whom you must go see read if you ever get the chance — sends along a print called. Cherry tree in the wind. The artist, Ethan Friedland, says this is a pencil and charcoal drawing tinted yellow. Williams says he's twelve years old.