Peter Warshall: Squirrels on Earth and Stars Above Book:
Squirrels on Earth and Stars Above is the first published collection of the essays and lectures of the late Maniacal Naturalist, Peter Warshall (1943-2013). A generalist ecologist with a special enthusiasm for natural history, ornithology, and hydrology, Warshall influenced a generation of countercultural field biologists, poets, and activists. He was the land-use and anthropology editor for the Whole Earth Catalog and CoEvolution Quarterly, a biologist and ecosystem designer for Biosphere 2, and a lecturer on ecopoetics at the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics. Assembled from his personal archive, the book showcases Peter’s innovative thinking on science, poetics, environmental citizenship, and the relationship between our species and the living planet.
Edited by Parker Hatley in collaboration with Gregor Huber, Noha Mokhtar, Harris Bauer, and Diana Hadley.
Published by Edition Hors-Sujet