We will be discussing “*My Days of Dark Green Euphoria: A Novel* ” by A. E. Copenhaver,
and a selection from this year’s project book, *Vegan Voices: Essays by Inspiring Changemakers,* ed. *by* Koanne Kong.
This meeting will take place on Zoom.
**About the book:**
*Thirtysomething Cara Foster is, one might say, eco-anxious—perhaps even eco-neurotic. She eats out of dumpsters (not because she wants to but because it’s the right thing to do), does laundry as seldom as possible, takes navy showers every couple of days, and is reevaluating her boyfriend for killing a spider instead of saving a life.*
*Cara has never met her six (soon to be seven) nephews and nieces because she doesn’t fly domestic (unless it’s an emergency) or international (ever). She longs for a carbon footprint so light you’d hardly know she exists….*
*…Irreverent, witty, and provocative, My Days of Dark Green Euphoria—winner of the Siskiyou Prize for New Environmental Literature—is a satirical novel of how a life on the edge of eco-anxiety can spiral wildly out of control, as well as how promising and inspiring a commitment to saving our planet can be.*
Hope to see you then!