THE NEW SETTLER INTERVIEWS VOLUME I : Boogie at the Brink.
Edition: First printing, a trade paperback, not issued in hardcover.
White River Junction, VT Chelsea Green Publishing, 2000. SIGNED first edition - ÔFor more than 15 years the now-legendary magazine in this book's title has been publishing freewheeling conversations with creative refugees, renegades, and others who consciously and philosophically inhabit society's fringes. Perched on the Pacific Rim, in a world of ancient forests and salmon streams, these are the new settlersÕ: a Wailaki Indian, neo-pagans, a solar executive, a dowser, a bioregionalist, a "techno-hippie," tree-dwellers, natural builders, and others. Fascinating, in depth and wide-ranging interviews with those who have chosen to live in the more remote regions of CaliforniaÕs north coast. Among those speaking out are Jentri Andrews (Mateel resident anthropologist), Carol Miller (on herbal arbotifacients), Julia Butterfly (safeguarding creation) and many others. Illustrated with photographs, 289 pp plus 4 pp advertisements. Oversized square format. ISBN: 1-89013239X.
Condition: SIGNED by the editor, and uncommon thus. Very near fine (a new copy).