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    Announcing: Seeds of Discent Book Club Q&A with Nic Esposito

    seeds of discentWant to get out of your apartment and discuss sustainability with local friends?

    We’re happy to announce our first “green” book club, partnering the Head and the Hand Press! In a city of people passionate about green living, we think it’s high time we begin bringing creative literature into the sustainability discussion. Let’s see what literature can teach us about natural living, and how entering into a character’s experiences can spark questions and ideas about urban farming, green living, and social change.

    Seeds of Discent Book Club: Thurs, April 10th at 7 PM

    Come out for a Q & A with Seeds of Discent author Nic Esposito. I’ll be moderating a discussion about the locavore food movement, urban farms, and local impacts inspired by Seeds of Discent.

    Want to read this book and participate in the discussion about sustainability on Philly? Buy directly from The Head & The Hand Press and get free shipping. Or, stop by their workshop at 2012 Sepviva Street (Fishtown) Philadelphia, PA 19125. You can also purchase the book online from Amazon.

    No time to read the book? No worries!

    There will be wine, refreshments, and books for sale for those haven’t already purchased.

    • What: Book club & Seeds of Discent inspired discussion
    • When: Thursday, April 10th at 7 PM.
    • Where: Head and the Hand Press, 2011 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19125.
    • Register: on Meet Up or RSVP at info@theheadandthehand.com.
    About Seeds of Discent

    Seeds of Discent is a novel about four young people building an urban farm in Philadelphia while navigating their relationships, jobs, and life. The story is centered around Dan Varano, a young man in his mid twenties who has returned to his native Philadelphia after a few years on the road trying to escape the convention he was raised in. After learning about the value of a more natural life style, he finds that Philadelphia offers everything he has been looking for, although with a price.

    Check out this novel about urban farmers in Philadelphia, trying to make sense of where their desire to grow food fits into the city landscape and into society.

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    Julie Hancher

    About Julie Hancher

    Julie Hancher is Editor-in-Chief of Green Philly, sharing her expertise of all things sustainable in the city of brotherly love. She enjoys long walks in the park with local beer and greening her travels, cooking & cat, Sir Floofus Drake.

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