New Eco Books: Feature Interview with Margaret AtwoodDownload file
Her face is smiling out from the cover of the Books 2010 issue of Alternatives Journal and between the covers Trent University environmental resource studies prof Stephan Bocking examines the power of story telling in Atwood's latest novel "The Year of the Flood" (along with Douglas Coupland's "Generation A")
And so when Alternatives Journal was nominated for an Utne Reader environmental Journalism award and Nicola Ross found herself in Washington D.C. at the same time as Atwood, she was thrilled to be granted an interview. And, as you will hear, she made the most of it.
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