Susan Feathers is a writer and educator with 30 years of experience communicating science to the public. She served as the Director of Education at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. Her writing focuses on the importance of place in forming character and destiny.
Susan is an excellent speaker with years of experience delivering programs to the public. Her blog, WalkEarth.org, now in its 7th year, has an active following. Her book, Paean to the Earth, is available on Amazon.com along with Hope Beneath Our Feet, which includes the essay “A Way Forward in an Uncertain Future." Songs of Ourselves anthology, which includes ten blog posts from WalkEarth.org, is advertised on Blue Heron Book Works website.
For questions or comments to Susan: http://www.susanleefeathers.
It is the eve of All Soul's celebration and honoring of the departed...
In the darkness of a moonless night, the ghost cat creeps across the U.S.–Mexico border and through a farmer's field just as a small child wanders into its path. Not far away, Sonya Morales, a border agent, struggles to escape from her drug cartel kidnappers. In Tucson, Arizona, confronted by crisis in their own world—climate scientists, politicians and residents face the biggest challenge man can encounter—no water, anywhere.
In the city’s barrios, families and community leaders band together as they face unbearable heat and the crushing weight of the gangs that intimidate them. Amidst the turmoil, three teens navigate adolescence to become leaders in a new world. With shifting sand underfoot, characters follow their intuition and learn new skills as they chart a way into a viable future. Threshold will make you think while it celebrates the enduring nature of communities as they search for what is lasting and true.
"In a riveting, multi-stranded plot, Threshold translates the conceptual worry over climate change into immediate, interpersonal dramas." –Mary Lawlor, Muhlenberg College
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