|Title||(The) New Settler Interviews|
|Author||Bosk, Beth Robinson, editor|
|Physical Description||v. 1 : ill. ; 26 cm|
|Summary||Boogie at the Brink presents the reader with interviews from the 1980s and 90s. Bosk's subjects are rustic, off-the- gridders--mostly those attempting to make and promote a low impact on nature through independent action and work. Interviewees include dowser Charlie Acker, Toolmaker Don Weber, Shakuhachi- flute maker, Monty Levenson, Midwife Carol Miller, and tree-sitter extraordinaire, Julia Butterfly, interviewed by cell phone while still cradled in the boughs of Luna. These interviews chronicle attempts at new local cultures . The counterculture continues to reproduce itself, even if on the margins, and mostly removed from media attention. Bosk is editor of New Settler Interview.|
Bosk, Beth Robinson
Downey, Fred "Coyote"