Tuesday, October 26, 2010

For a discussion of environmental ethics...

...and a lot of other things, mostly not including literature, click here to read my interview with Margaret Atwood. And when you're done with that (or with deciding to skip it), please cruise around Chapter 16 for all the other good stuff there — for example, Ed Tarkington's review of Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter by Tom Franklin, and Charlotte Pence's Q&A with Marge Piercy.

Lake with Dead Trees (Catskill), Thomas Cole, 1825

(Cole's painting seemed fitting to Atwood's discussion of the environment, and the post-apocalyptic settings of her speculative fiction. Cole's aesthetic seems very much in sync with Atwood's generally, I think. You can see a bunch more of his work here.)


jmcleod76 said...

Atwood and Piercy on one website in one month ... It's like a geeky sf-reading feminist's wet dream.

Aparatchick said...

Interesting interview.

A third book in the Oryx and Crake series! Something to look foward to reading.