Cover Photo: Book cover by Counterpoint; photograph courtesy of Kathleen Dean Moore
Book cover by Counterpoint; photograph courtesy of Kathleen Dean Moore

A Conversation with Kathleen Dean Moore, Author of ‘Earth’s Wild Music’

“Linking climate action and environmental protection to social justice action is essential. It is still possible to hope.”

Earth’s Wild Music: Celebrating and Defending the Songs of the Natural World

Earth’s Wild Music

Book cover by Counterpoint

LT: There is a lot of symphonic, collective activity described in the book, but also a lot of loneliness. Do you feel lonely when you’re listening to nature?

Will you come near and love me?Where is everybody?Big boy looking for loveOh, I wish my children were here to hear that

Photograph courtesy of Kathleen Dean Moore

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What are we going to do about this?How can we work together?

Photograph courtesy of Kathleen Dean Moore

Lenora Todaro is a writer, editor, walker, and wildlife enthusiast.  Her work has appeared in the New York Times, the New York Times Book Review,  the Atlantic, Salon,  Bookforum, and elsewhere.  She was a senior editor at the Village Voice.  Her book, Sea Lions in the Parking Lot, will be published October 2021. You can find her on Twitter and Instagram