Friday, July 10, 2009

"I begin with the proposition that eating is an agricultural act."*

The Wisconsin Book Festival, in partnership with the Aldo Leopold Foundation, has announced that Wendell Berry will join the festival as one of its featured speakers. While the specific date and venue for his presentation have yet to be posted, do mark your calendars for the festival, October 7-11, 2009.

Michael Pollan draws inspiration from Berry, citing him in several passages from In Defense of Food. Texts cited include "The Pleasures of Eating" in What Are People For?: Essays* and The Unsettling of America: Culture and Agriculture.

Many of Wendell Berry's essays, novels and poetry can be found in campus library collections. Speak with your librarians for assistance.

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