Tuesday, June 17 at 7PM
speaking & writing
|Animal & nature lovers of all stripes, join us this evening when writer Tai Moses is here to make the case for being mindful and compassionate stewards, and students, of the wildlife with whom we coexist. Urban and suburban residents share our environments with many types of wildlife. Moses's new book, Zooburbia, reveals the reverence that can be felt in the presence of animals and shows how that reverence connects us to a deeper, better part of ourselves.|
All about Zooburbia:
TAI MOSES has been a journalist and editor for many years. She's also worked as a veterinary assistant, a barista, a hotel maid, a salmon canner, and a wildland firefighter. Formerly a senior editor at AlterNet.org, her writing has been widely published in the independent press. Tai lives in Oakland, CA, with her husband, her dog Arrow, and a number of cats.
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Thank you for supporting Tai Moses & your local independent bookstore!
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