This article originally appeared at TakePart.com. By Dean Kuipers, July 30, 2015. Nine years into a 20-year prison sentence, California activist Eric McDavid was freed after love letters between himself and an FBI informant had been "inadvertently" misplaced during his trial.
Buying the Farm This article was originally published in Orion Magazine. By Dean Kuipers, July 2015. Who do you want controlling American farmland production: Wall St. or you?
This article originally appeared in Playboy Magazine. By Dean Kuipers, December 2013. Pipeline problems now have many political conservatives opposed to tar-sands oil.
This article was originally posted in the Los Angeles Times. By Dean Kuipers, August 29, 2010. W.S. Merwin brings a strong eco-view as the next U.S. poet laureate.
This article was originally posted in Outside Magazine. By Dean Kuipers, November 26, 2012. The FBI used an 18-year-old woman called "Anna" to infiltrate an alleged eco-terrorism cell. Did she stop a bomb plot before it came off? Or did she launch one?
Conservation biologist Reese Halter, whom you might know from YouTube or MSNBC or the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, writes books that revel in the wonder of nature. But in his newest book, Shepherding the Sea: The Race to Save Our Oceans, Dr. Halter has gone past wonder to take the offensive, arguing vociferously that a collapse of ocean ecology threatens all life on Earth.
Operation Bite Back was featured on the Very Short List for today, August 20, 2009.
The new review on the Christian Science Monitor site reminds me that I haven’t put up the other terrific reviews of the book posted by other sites. I’m proud of what’s been said about the book thus far. Oh, yes, there’s a long, drawn-out screed about the book posted on Amazon by Teresa Platt, executive […]
Operation Bite Back — radical environmentalists and animal rights activists whose actions are now the subject of terrorism prosecution
On Saturday, June 27, we had a nice turnout at Book Soup in West Hollywood, with “Book TV” in the house, really smart questions and a good discussion.