Terry Tempest Williams will speak about and sign her new book, Erosion: Essays of Undoing, on Wednesday, October 9th at 7:30pm at *First Congregational Church (1128 Pine St)*. She will be in conversation with environmental law professor and lawyer Karin Sheldon!
About the Book:
A naturalist, activist, and stirring writer, Terry Tempest Williams is one of our most impassioned defenders of public lands. In Erosion, a new collection of essays, Williams explores the concept of erosion: of the land, of the self, of belief, of fear. She wrangles with the paradox of desert lands and the truth of erosion: What is weathered and whittled away through wind, water, and time is as powerful as what remains. Beautiful moments of relief and refuge, solace and spirituality come — in her conversations with Navajo elders, art, and, always, in the land itself. She asks, urgently: “Is Earth not enough? Can the desert be a prayer?”
Tickets to attend are $10 and are available now on Eventbrite HERE and by clicking the link below. All books at this event will be 20% off!
If the event has not sold out, tickets at the door will be $12.