Kate Schapira Presents Her New Book Tues, April 16 at 7 pm

LESSONS FROM THE CLIMATE ANXIETY COUNSELING BOOTH:

HOW TO LIVE WITH CARE AND PURPOSE IN AN ENDANGERED WORLD

Kate Schapira

 

Climate change affects all of us. Flooding, mudslides, drought and wildfires are happening all over the country.  These changes result in loss, grief,and ongoing anxiety about the next episode.  In her home town of Providence, RI  Kate Schapira put up a booth to talk about climate change with concerned and anxious members of her community. Thousands of conversations later, she distills what she's learned into a book that offers both empathy and practical suggestions for addressing climate change with the help of others.

 

 

Kate Schapira  teaches nonfiction writing at Brown University and is involved with local efforts toward environmental justice, climate justice and peer mental health support. She’s the author of six books of poetry, and her prose has appeared in Catapult, The Rumpus, The Toast, and as a chapbook from Essay Press called Time to Be Something Other Than Human.

 

Event date: 

Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Event address: 

Broadside Bookshop
247 Main Street
Northampton, MA 01060
Lessons from the Climate Anxiety Counseling Booth: How to Live with Care and Purpose in an Endangered World By Kate Schapira Cover Image
$30.00
ISBN: 9780306831676
Availability: Usually Ships in 5-7 days
Published: Hachette Go - April 9th, 2024