I am honored to be teaching again in June 2018 at the Bread Loaf Environmental Writers Conference. See what some of my previous fabulous students are publishing here.

A previously unpublished Vonnegut love letter, and the story of a great love in The New Yorker's Page Turner.

What the heck was Kurt Vonnegut doing in Oklahoma in 1939? Find out in This Land.

In hardcover, paperback and audiobook: The Brothers Vonnegut
Worlds collide in this true story of two brothers working side by side in the early Cold War, one trying to take control of the weather with science, the other trying to take control of science with words. Read more about the book here.

“This is superb, provocative, and crystal-clear narrative nonfiction, supplying a unique angle on the major issues that Bernard faced privately and Kurt confronted in his writing.” Booklist (starred review)

The Brothers Vonnegut is a gem. Strand has unearthed a little-known, complex story about science and politics that touches on big questions about ethics and progress, and she delivers it with an infectious and unabashed exuberance.” San Francisco Chronicle

Multi-media extras

SLIDESHOW: Haunt Me! Lisa Kereszi's fabulous photographs of haunted houses (with essay by Ginger)

AUDIO: Is it time for liberals to buy guns? A Dangerous Idea for WPR's
To the Best of our Knowledge

AUDIO: Yes, they are changing your weather: a conversation with Leonard Lopate and meteorologist Jeff Tilley about cloud seeding and weather control
Leonard Lopate Show

VIDEO: Ginger's Google author talk about Niagara (with slides!)

Powell's | IndieBound
Amazon | B & N

Powell's | IndieBound
Amazon | B & N

Powell's | IndieBound
B & N | Amazon

Writings on humans and nature from Orion, selected and introduced by Barry Lopez. Includes Ginger's “Faux Falls”.

Milkweed | Amazon
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