Axinn Center 219
Old Chapel Road
Middlebury, VT 05753
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Author and explorer Brooke Williams will talk about discovering our role in evolution with references to his new book, “Open Midnight: Where Wilderness and Ancestors Meet” (Trinity University Press).

Brooke’s life has been one of adventure and wilderness exploration. His conservation career spans thirty years, most recently with the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance, and he has an MBA in sustainable business. Brooke is a freelance journalist with four books, including “Halflives: Reconciling Work and Wildness”, and dozens of articles. His most recent work, “Open Midnight”, documents Brooke’s exploration of places where the outer and inner wilderness meet. He and his wife, writer Terry Tempest Williams, and their dog, Winslow, split their time between Castle Valley, Utah, and Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Sponsored by Franklin Environmental Center, Department of English and American Literatures,
Creative Writing Program and Program in Environmental Studies

Sponsored by:
Environmental Studies

Contact Organizer

Wiseman, Janet
(802) 443 - 5710