Men Don’t Read?

At my reading at Copperfield’s in San Rafael, there was one question I did not have a great answer for, which was: Men don’t read books, so how does that impact what you write? From a man I know who does not read much fiction.

From Sociology to Salvage

Dan Knapp’s Relentless Pursuit of Zero Waste — An Interview

“Waste isn’t waste until it’s wasted.” So says Dan Knapp and his wife, Mary Lou Van Deventer, who own and manage the three-acre salvage yard in West Berkeley called Urban Ore.

Reading Wasted as a Reader, Not an Author

Before I read the first chapter of Wasted to an small, but engaged crowd at the Ecology Center, I talked about how I came to write the book. My favorite part was describing how, last year, I had the opportunity to read my own book as if I were a reader and not its author.