For reasons that elude me, the Kindle version of The Beekeeper’s Lament is on sale for $1.99. For a limited time only, though I don’t know what that time is!
Either way, if you’ve been meaning to read the book but haven’t gotten around to it, here’s your chance!
In September – on my birthday no less – I delivered a talk about bees, myths, babies, preconceptions, and swarm journalism to 1800 people at TEDxBoulder. Read more
Every once in a while, I take a break from more serious literary pursuits, like, um, reading up on the K. Stew and R. Patz and Googling myself, to write about something purely fun. Last year I journeyed down to El Salvador, in hopes of learning whether everything my husband taught me about surfing is wrong and whether women really do learn better from women. Read more
Last week I did a quick Q&A with the folks at the Boulder TEDx conference, at which I’ll be speaking this Sat., Sept 22. We spoke (well, emailed) about writing, and being reviewed, and how we find ideas and inspiration. And also, about how I’m good with splinters: Read more
Come see a really stimulating batch of speakers at the TEDx conference in Boulder Sept, 22, 5-9 at Macky Auditorium on the CU Campus.
I’ll be talking about the troubling state of environmental narrative. Read more
Last week, book-blogger and mystery-writer Mark Stevens asked me to sit down for a Q&A about The Beekeeper’s Lament. Read more
Boingboing.net, the fabulous tech and science site, recently asked me to weigh in on the recent studies linking Colony Collapse Disorder to neonicotinoid pesticides, and after poking around a bit, I was, frankly, astonished at how poorly the subject has been covered in the media. Read more
Good news! The Beekeeper’s Lament has been chosen as a Colorado Book Awards Finalist in the General Nonfiction Category. Read more