A veteran writer turns his obsession with detail into a building project.
In his new book, Almost Green, James Glave tells the story of building a green studio in the front yard – and changing his life forever.
Recording at James Glave’s eco-shed on Bowen Island, this podcast was recorded before the book was published, a of sorts.
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Read more about James Glave and how to buy the book on his web site, www.glave.com
photo courtesy James Glave
I’ve known James since the mid-90’s. We both fumbled our way onto the then new world wide web – he was with Vancouver Magazine and I was with CBC Vancouver.
I always looked forward to seeing a new magazine article by James – they were smart, witty and superbly crafted. He brought the same high quality to his online work; it stood out then, and it stands out now.
When he left Vancouver for San Francisco and Wired News in 1997, many of us were envious of his determination to carve out a living ‘on the internet’. He became a regular guest speaker at the Simon Fraser University summer web publishing courses, and he regaled us with news from the front lines of life in Silicon Valley.
I’m glad James is back in Vancouver – and thrilled to see him bringing outstanding journalism and his determined voice to stories about the environment and sustainability.
While we wait for his book to come out – do check out his mini-book Buck The System on his web site – add your contribution to his PayPal fund – and enjoy the articles he’s distributing online.
The podcast with James Glave runs: 25:30 and was originally produced for VanGoGreen.com
podcast ISBN: 978-0-9809054-3-4
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