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“Collapse now”, counsels John Michael Greer, “collapse now and avoid the rush” as industrial civilization devolves and careers along an increasingly wobbly course. Greer, whose words and ideas have intermittently appeared here, is a “talk-walker”, someone who lives what he advises others to practice. 1,478 more words
We are now taking pre-orders for THE WEIRD OF HALI: KINGSPORT by John Michael Greer (Limited Edition Hardcover)
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Any of my readers who think that the naive and effervescent idealism of the 1960s was anything new need to read Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Blithedale Romance; it’s set in the Massachusetts counterculture of the early nineteenth century, and most of the action takes place on a commune.