i had the great pleasure of getting more deeply into big picture and little, with sophie from big things, little things, on shifting to a needs-based economy. you can listen to it here. perfect if you have a lot of darning or weeding to do!
you might like to have a look at a piece i wrote for radicle, a letter out of the uk on alternative gardening. it has a lot of resonance with the third episode in the journal of small work* particularly.
“we grow independent from the domination economy through interdependence with the biosphere.”
radicle’s instagram @decolonisethegarden is excellent too.
recently, i had the pleasure of co-authoring this article for the journal of philosophical inquiry in education, with my island neighbour and professor of education, claudia ruitenberg.
it’s a special volume embracing more experimental forms. it may be an academic article but i think it is quite accessible — this piece has proved to be one of their most popular. i do hope you enjoy it.
while you’re going about your day you might enjoy listening along to this interview on Big things. Little things.
sophie and i get deep into conversation about food security, parenting in climate emergency, appleturnover farm, a little of my background and the first film in my new series, the journal of small work*.
i hope you enjoy the chat.