Animal, Vegetable, Miracle

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Barbara Kingsolver
Barbara Kingsolver
- from “The Ground Underneath Us,” one of five new chapters written for the Tenth Anniversary Edition
“Ours is a working farm that feeds more than just our family, and employs a few extra hands, especially in summer. This place is not just our domicile, but a piece of ground that is well suited to producing food.” Read More >

Barbara Kingsolver
Steven L. Hopp
- from “Smaller Is Better” by Steven L. Hopp
“Which is more productive, small family farms, or large monoculture industrial farms? It depends on how you ask the question. If we want to know which produces more of a single commodity (like corn) per acre, then large farms win hands down.” Read More >

Barbara Kingsolver
Camille Kingsolver

- from “Back Again,” new chapter written for the Tenth Anniversary Edition.
“A lot of my life experiences over the past decade have deepened my understanding of privilege. I graduated from Duke in the spring of 2009, at the peak of an economic crisis.” Read More >

Barbara Kingsolver
Lily Kingsolver

- from “Building a Pantheon,” new chapter written for the Tenth Anniversary Edition
“I’ve found it can be tough to save the world when you’re a twenty-year-old with a minimum wage job. Once while I was babysitting a sweet little girl, she asked me earnestly if I was a baby or a mommy? ” Read More >