Nonfiction Interviews

 

One woman takes a stand…

“The United States as a culture seeks perfection in everything, and no one person is strong enough to stand up to that culture, but fortunately, today we are all more educated consumers.”   Huffington Post ~ Read more…

 

Destructive architects of the land…

Poignant, but never maudlin, Weir captures something very real and essential to life in The Orchard. And the farm slowly reveals itself as a narrow-lens view of our culture as a symbolic whole.”   Her Circle ~ Read More…

 

This weird and awful and wonderful life…

I ordered her latest release, a memoir, The Orchard, and read it within a few days.  It was an amazing read that sort of crept under my skin and made me question a lot of things, both good and otherwise.  I highly recommend it!”  Riding With the Top Down ~ Read more… 

 

A cross between Eat, Pray, Love and Silent Spring

“I’ve heard your book described as a cross between Eat, Pray, Love and Silent Spring. Now that I’ve read The Orchard, I totally agree. How do you feel about the comparison?”  A View From the Loft ~ Read more…