We are continuing to meet via video conferencing. On Tuesday, January 26, we will discuss The Naturalist (graphic adaptation of the classic by E.O. Wilson) by Jim Ottaviani and C.M. Butzer. Over the next several meetings we will also be dipping into All We Can Save (“Begin” and “Root” sections for 1/26). Please note the new time! 5:00 to 6:30. All are welcome to join our discussions and they are always free. Please go to the Literati Bookstore calendar for the most current information. Pre-Covid-19, we met every other month, year-round, at Literati, 124 E. Washington, Ann Arbor, MI 48104. Recent Eco Book Club reads include: This Land Is Our Land (Jedediah Purdy), A Fine Canopy (Alison Swan), Trace (Lauret Savoy), Black Nature (Camille T. Dungy), A Field Guide to Climate Anxiety (Sarah Jaquette Ray), The Unsettling of America (Wendell Berry), Letters to a Young Farmer (Stone Barns), Why Birds Sing (David Rothenberg), The Carnivore Way (Cristina Eisenberg), The Overstory (Richard Power), The Seaweed Chronicles (Susan Hand Shetterly), The Control of Nature (John McPhee), Braiding Sweetgrass (Robin Wall Kimmerer), High Tide Rising (Kathleen Dean Moore), and The Home Place (J. Drew Lanham). Fun to remember: in 2019, as part of The World to Come exhibition at the University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA), we took Eco Book Cub on the road and met at UMMA. Please note that Literati remains open for curbside pickup and, if you buy books, I strongly encourage you to buy your books from Literati or the bookstore of your choice. How could we live without books and bookstores? I’m so looking forward to meeting in person at Literati again one day.