Dark Mountain 3

Some of the most stimulating and challenging writing on how to respond to our gathering environmental crisis is being developed by the cultural project: Dark Mountain that as well as a web-site and a festival, each year is a book. I have both 1 and 2 and have subscribed to 3. The contents of 3 are outlined by Paul Kingsnorth, one of the editors, here:

http://dark-mountain.net/uncategorized/dark-mountain-3-between-the-covers/

The book's funding is crowd sourced ahead of publication and if you would like to order a copy (and make the book happen), you can do so here:

http://www.indiegogo.com/dark-mountain-issue-3

There is my act of virtue for the day (as well as the day job of slaying global poverty of course).

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