Recent writing for the BAASICS blog

B6_image_webPosts related to BAASICS‘ 2015-16 programming theme, Borderlands, and our upcoming production, BAASICS.6: The Edge Effect, are regularly appearing on the BAASICS blog. All of the posts are worth reading, but I’m highlighting four of my contributions here.

Border Gazing” — Looking at a photograph of the U.S.-Mexico border and pondering “the folly and dignity of our human constructs.”

Thriving In Dystopia” — Borders, climate change, dystopia, and E.O. Wilson.

Walking City Alleys” — How is a city alley a wilderness? Why should we explore them?

The Anthropocene, Conservation, & Paradox” — Considering one of the more significant Anthropocene-related scuffles.

Don’t forget to reserve your tickets for BAASICS.6: The Edge Effect, which will take place on Sunday, June 14, at Knuth Music Hall, on the San Francisco State University campus! Learn more about the program and participants here.

Categories: BAASICS, conservation, natural history, science, and writing.

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