Returning for the third time to Digging in the Dirt is Dr. Carl Safina, the endowed chair for Nature and Humanity at Stony Brook University. His writing has won a MacArthur “genius” prize; as well as Pew, Guggenheim, and National Science Foundation Fellowships. His latest book is “Alfie and Me: What Owls Know, What Humans Believe.”
We talk with poet, farmer and author Scott Chaskey about his new book, “Soil and Spirit: Cultivation and Kinship In The Web of Life.” Then, chef Ravinder Bhogal introduces us to the comfort and joy of immigrant food. Her book is “Comfort and Joy: Irresistible Pleasures from a Vegetarian Kitchen.”
8:45 PM – The Wildwoods, a husband-and-wife folk music group from Lincoln, Nebraska.
9:30 PM – Actress and singer-songwriter Emily Kinney, known for her role on the television series The Walking Dead.
10:30PM – Author (and Superior Court judge) Michael E. Shay of Wilton, talking about his book “The Whites of Their Eyes,” a biography of Connecticut Revolutionary War hero Israel Putnam. Putnam Park in Redding is named after him and marks the site of his winter quarters.
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