Today you can listen to an interview I did on The Storied Outdoors, a podcast “Somewhere between Lewis & Tolkien and Lewis & Clark.”
This is the podcast’s inaugural season, and it’s quickly become one of my favorites. We talked about adventure, A Year in the Big Old Garden, Story Warren, my wife Julie’s gardens, and finding clarity in the outdoors. It was a good time!
You can find a link to the episode on your podcast platform of choice HERE.
I’m happy to say that selections from the audiobook for A Year in the Big Old Garden will be streaming at 11:30 AM Saturday, Oct 10, at Hutchmoot: Homebound—a multi-day digital event focused on community, story, music, and art, hosted by The Rabbit Room!
This event is going to be so crammed with good content from people like Andrew Peterson, Malcom Guite, Jennifer Trafton, Helena Sorenson, S. D. Smith, Jonathan Rogers, and my own @JulieWitmerGardens, that ticket-holders will have two weeks of access to absorb it all. I’m honored to be a part.
Tickets for the October 9-11 event are still available for just $20, and you can register at https://www.hutchmoothomebound.com!
I’m grateful for a lovely review the wise and talented Théa Rosenburg published on Little Book, Big Story today. LBBS is a great resource and I hope you’ll explore the rest of their work as well!
(Featured image for this post from http://littlebookbigstory.com)