PRI and the BBC have recently run a couple of short interviews combined with my field recordings of trees. I hope you’ll enjoy these acoustic experiences. They’re best listened to with earbuds or speakers, but the vibe comes through even on a phone.
BBC World Service’s Outlook. I was in a studio in Nashville talking via satellite with Joel Cox in the UK. Joel then layered sounds into clips of the interview. I love the changing sonic texture, drawn from many of the trees that I write about in the book.
PRI’s The World. I recorded this interview in Boston, in studio and at the Arnold Arboretum. Carolyn Beeler and I talked about the book and about the process of listening. She then wove some of my field recordings into our conversation, along with pictures for the webpage. She does a fabulous job of using multiple avenues into the story of people-tree connections.
It’s a great honor to be featured on these shows. I hope you’ll enjoy the great work of the presenters and editors.
Update on upcoming events:
Asheville, NC: Malaprop’s Bookstore. May 31st, 2017.
New York, NY: Metropolitan Society of Natural Historians. June 3rd, 2017. Register here. [Other NYC events TBA. I’m in the city for much of the summer and open to venue suggestions.]
Easton, MD: Adkins Arboretum. June 8th, 2017. 4pm – 6pm at the Academy Art Museum 106 South Street.
Millbrook, NY: Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies. June 9th.
Sewanee, TN: School of Letters. 4:30pm June 28th, 2017.
Clermont, KY: SONICBernheim. July 9th, 2017.
Sewanee, TN: Young Writers’ Conference. July 10th, 2017.