Posts Tagged ‘Claiming Sacred Ground’

Three things have drawn me repeatedly to the red rock landscape around the small north-central Arizona city of Sedona. First, and most obvious, is the landscape itself, which counts among¬†the most distinctive and stunningly beautiful in the world. Second is the set of processes that landscape has set in motion¬†in the conditions of late capitalist […]

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It seems that my first book, Claiming Sacred Ground, which came out ten years ago, is circulating for free online as a PDF. (I just downloaded it myself to see if it’s the real thing; it is. Do a PDF search for it if you want it.) I don’t mind people downloading it — it’s […]

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