Photo Credit: Paul Geffen (Creative Commons)
Photo credit: Jeff Myers (Creative Commons)
Consider the history of the city from nonhuman perspectives. Wine and appetizer reception from 6:30-7pm, with the book talk to follow from 7-8pm.
Beasts of the Page and Pavement: Natural History, Both Imagined and Real (at the Wild Things conference)
Wild animals are all around us—populating our cities, roaming our imaginations. Join ecologist Liam Heneghan, author of Beasts at Bedtime: Revealing the Environmental Wisdom in Children’s Literature, and naturalist Gavin Van Horn, author of The Way of Coyote: Shared Journeys in the Urban Wilds, for a presentation and discussion about how animals can help us rethink and re-story our urban areas.
"Writing into the Wild" workshop at the annual meeting for the Colorado Chapter of the Wildlife Society
Leading a “Writing into the Wild” workshop with John Hausdoerffer.
Join authors Matt Stansberry and Gavin Van Horn for a co-presentation at CityLit Books.
The essays in Matt Stansberry’s Rust Belt Arcana map the divinatory associations of Tarot cards to the wildlife of the Rust Belt. These are stories of abundance and loss, the persistent remnant wilderness of the Industrial Midwest.
Gavin Van Horn’s The Way of Coyote: Shared Journeys in the Urban Wilds is the story of a naturalist learning to adapt to life in the big city, a hopeful exploration of the phenomenon of urban rewilding that is unfolding in cities around the world, and a lyrical adventure that reveals how wildlife can awaken us to a shared sense of place and fate.
Ecological communities don’t stop where the buildings begin. Join author Gavin Van Horn for the book release of The Way of Coyote: Shared Journeys in the Urban Wilds. The Way of Coyote explores how wildlife can awaken urban dwellers to a shared sense of place and fate.
Join artist Lucas Foglia and author Gavin Van Horn (Center for Humans and Nature) for an urban nature walk. Starting at the Lurie Garden, participants will be guided on an excursion that explores the human relationship to nature within the urban context.
Prairie Bathing (North Park Village Nature Center)—one in a series of Urban Nature Walks.
Urban Nature Walks (Chicago) is an ongoing Meetup I lead with Liam Heneghan. We meet approximately one Saturday or Sunday per month at locations around the city.
Join the group on Meetup.com to see details and receive updates on upcoming events.