Taylor Brorby, the co-editor of Fracture was interviewed by Betsy Johnson-Miller for Collegeville Institute and Bearings Online to find out more about the book.
Fracture: Essays, Poems, and Stories on Fracking in America (Ice Cube Press, 2016) features the voices of over 50 poets, writers, and journalists on the complex issue of fracking.
Read Taylor Brorby’s full interview here that took place on November 28th, 2016.
“These are environmental writers, who seek to recover the spoiled, the damaged, the non-wilderness. Their task is not to discover the rare, but to recover the ravaged. As writers, they are necessarily both artists and activists.”
Quote from a Chicago Tribune article addressing Fracture. By Tom Montgomery Fate, a BEI Emeritus Fellow.