Shelf Awareness: 'A stunning collection'

"Arts of Living on a Damaged Planet is a trip, but one with a noble aim: changing how we all think about the world."

Arts of Living on a Damaged Planet (Tsing et al)Calling a book "mandatory reading" usually feels hyperbolic, but it's justified in the case of Arts of Living on a Damaged Planet, a collection of essays about humanity, the natural world and what's next for us all. Written by academics, intellectuals and luminaries of literature, the pieces explore natural and man-made disasters, the deep reverberations of nuclear power, and how the human body should not be considered a single organism, but an ecosystem.

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Published in: Shelf Awareness
By: Noah Cruickshank