News - Guy R. McPherson

McPherson has a blog, Nature Bats Last

Read McPherson's latest guest commentary in the Tucson Weekly, It's time for me to leave my current life and start living in a post-peak-oil world

See McPherson's 30 July 2008 interview with Arizona Illustrated on KUAT: Living close to nature carries risks

Listen to McPherson's 18 July 2008 interview with UA news (podcast)

Listen to McPherson's 14 April 2008 interview on KJZZ 91.5 in Phoenix

See McPherson's 14 April 2008 interview on KAET Phoenix

Viewpoint in the Arizona Republic: End of the world as we know it: You might feel fine, but high oil cost, scarcity mean American Empire is about to come crashing down

The piece in the Republic led to a Live Talk Wednesday follow-up article

Cover stories in the local counter-culture weekly newspaper featuring McPherson: Peak Oil and Poetry

Feature story in Tucson's morning daily newspaper from 20 January 2009 features Poetry Inside/Out

Read McPherson's earlier guest columns, It's time to close the borders--to people coming and going, to imports and exports, Expect the beginning of the end of Tucson as we know it to arrive next year and Peak oil scenario paints frightening future for all (for the university's ludicrous response to the latter, click here; for the subsequent pseudo-apology, click here)

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If you're not living on the edge, you're taking up too much space. (Unidentified United Nations peacekeeper in the Balkans, quoted in John H. F. Shattuck's Freedom on Fire: Human Rights Wars and America's Response)