Madison Reads Leopold is a community read-aloud celebrating the life and legacy of Aldo Leopold. An eclectic mix of public figures and community members will read from “A Sand County Almanac” and other works, sharing Leopold’s keen observations and eloquent conservation philosophy. Visitors can drop in to hear favorite essays or stay for the day.
A diverse group of local poets read their work from a recent chapbook entitled Where I Want to Live: Poems for Fair & Affordable Housing. Copies of the book will be available for purchase. Featuring Jennifer Morales, Margaret Rozga, Sheryl Slocum, Harvey Taylor and others.
Jonathan Zarov speaks with Heather Swan, beekeeper and author of the new book Where Honeybees Thrive: Stories from the Field. It’s a book of creative nonfiction about honeybees, combining the work of artists, scientists, and entomologists. Heather Swan is a lecturer at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, where she teaches environmental literature and writing. She is also a […]