Podcast Episode 3: Michael J. DeLuca Interviewed on Natural Alternatives

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Welcome to the Reckoning Press podcast. Reckoning is a nonprofit, annual journal of creative writing on environmental justice. I’m Michael J. DeLuca, publisher, and also the editor of Reckoning 2.

For our third episode, here’s an interview I did with Phil Merkel of WUSB Stonybrook in Long Island back in September, in which we listen to a climate change aria, talk about environmental justice, climate SF, and some realities of post-industrial Southeast Michigan that influence what I’m doing with Reckoning, then wrap up with an excerpt from Jess Barber’s reading of “Lanny Boykin Rises Up Singing.”


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Author: Michael J. DeLuca

Michael J. DeLuca is a fernlike, woody perennial native to the Eastern US, found on hilltops and in woodland clearings from Massachusetts to Michigan. Leaves astringent; strongly tannic; used in teas, to flavor ales and as an aromatic smudge. Flowers late summer in cylindrical catkins. @michaeljdeluca; mossyskull.com.

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