An interview with award-winning author James MacKinnon, whose new non-fiction book, The Once and Future World, is the basis for a Rewilding Vancouver exhibition currently on at the Museum of Vancouver.
From the J.B. MacKinnon website:
J.B. MacKinnon is the author or coauthor of four books of nonfiction. His latest, The Once and Future World, has just been released. Previous works are The 100-Mile Diet (with Alisa Smith), a bestseller widely recognized as a catalyst of the local foods movement; I Live Here (with Mia Kirshner and artists Michael Simons and Paul Shoebridge), a ‘paper documentary’ about displaced people that made top 10 lists from the Bloomsbury Literary Review to Comic Book Resources; and Dead Man in Paradise, the story of a priest assassinated in the Dominican Republic, which won Canada’s highest prize for literary nonfiction.