For generations, cities have sprung up where farmers once grew food. Now, in a few places, urban farms are springing up in those cities—growing food on land that’s abandoned or even polluted. Is it a micro-movement, or the start of a wide-reaching change?
Adventures in Publishing continued: the writer rolls on from Amazon publishing to an author-paid hybrid publisher.
When Martin Luther King was killed, some cynics in my home town said he died for a dues check-off. My home town is Memphis, and I was there in 1968. The dues check-off is an important part of his legacy--one we are likely to lose.