Inspired Works & Reviews

Inspired Works

Essays

September 2013, Every Day Should Be Environment Day in The Hindi, by Sukumaran C. V., inspired by Endgame

February 2012, Where does that piece of paper come from? by Miwa Oseki Robbins, inspired by Strangely Like War

August 2007, The Challenges of Accepting Civilization as Unsustainable and Unhealthy, by Howard Ditkoff

Songs

2010: My words used in “No Canada” song by The Filthy Politicians, whose work seems heavily influenced by books such an Endgame and Deep Green Resistance

2006: My words used in Rebellion is a Choice by Feral Script Kiddies

Videos

Video adaptation of my essay “Forget Shorter Showers

The first 10 of the Endgame Premises presented in cartoon form

Reviews

The Myth of Human Supremacy

June 2016, by Richard Reese
May 2016, by Max Wilbert

The Knitting Circle Rapist Annihilation Squad

September 2013, by Rosalie Morales Kearns
December 2012, by Jaswinder Blackwell-Pal

Truths Among Us: Conversations on Building a New Culture

2012, by Sasha at EarthFirst! Journal
October 2011, by John A. Duerk
October 2011, from Publishers Weekly

Dreams

March 2012, from Janala’s Journal
August 2011, by Gail L. Williams

Deep Green Resistance

March 2012, by Zoe Blunt, titled Deep Green Resistance: Words as tactical weapons
September 2011, by Rady Ananda, titled Beyond Protest: Saving our Planet with ‘Deep Green Resistance’
September 2011, short review by Steve Hart
August 2011, short review at Public Intelligence Blog
August 2011, review and interview at AlterNet

Resistance Against Empire

October 2010, from dotrad
July 2010, by Simon Czerwinskyj

Lives Less Valuable

March 2010, by Jan Smith

Songs of the Dead

August 2009, by Fred Goodsell

What We Leave Behind

July 2013, from Bituadiat
May 2009, by Jeremy Garber

How Shall I Live My Life?: On Liberating the Earth From Civilization

2010, by Ian Sinclair
November 2008, by Harry Thorne
November 2008, by Midwest Book Review (very short)

Now This War Has Two Sides

January 2011, by John Shelton Ivany

As the World Burns: 50 Simple Things You Can Do to Stay in Denial

June 2012, by Jan Smith
June 2008, by Fred Goodsell

Thought to Exist in the Wild: Awakening from the Nightmare of Zoos

January/February 2008, by Ginger Strand for Orion
January 2008, by Carl Donohue for Nature Photographers Online Magazine (PDF)
June 2007, by Chris Hardie
June 2007, by Christine Canfield

Endgame

May 2014, from Democracy Web (You can also browse all “Twenty Premises On Civilization” posts, each featuring a different premise and different quotes from the book.)
May 2013, from Pages of Julia’s Blog
May 2010, from Democratic Underground (volume 1 only)
Winter 2007/08, from Vegan Voice
August 2007, by Brian Hokanson
June 2007, from The Review
April 2007, from In the Wake
February 2007, by Kevin Kjonaas at Satya Magazine
January 2007, from HopeDance
October 2006, from Informage.net
September 2006, by MediaMouse
August 2006, from Midwest Book Review (very short)
August 2006, by Adam Engel
June 2006, by Mickey Z.
March 2006, from Utne

Welcome to the Machine: Science, Surveillance, and the Culture of Control

October 2004 and March 2005, reviews by Library Journal and by John Ziebell for Las Vegas Mercury

Walking on Water: Reading Writing and Revolution

August 2010, by communicatrix
January 2008, by 12frogs
April 2005, by Marie Jones (also in “various dates” link below)
March 2005, by Michael Weaver
February 2004, from Publishers Weekly
various dates, reviews by Marie Jones, Marg Cloy, ForeWord Magazine, and Adam Fletcher

Strangely Like War: The Global Assault on Forests

April 2011, at Green Books
2010, by Library Journal
May 2009, by Andreas
2006, by Georg Feuerstein
December 2005, by N.R.Krishnan
Winter 2005, by Romi Mahajan
July 2004, by LA Weekly
unknown date, at Sanctuary Asia
September 2003, from Publishers Weekly

The Culture of Make Believe

October 2006, by the Gray Panthers of San Francisco
Winter 2003, by Terry Shistar
April 2002, by Leigh Wilkerson
April 2002, from Publishers Weekly

A Language Older Than Words

March 2007, by Ruby Sara
2006, by Georg Feuerstein
2003, from Do or Die Issue 10
2001, by K.N.S. Maré
Fall 2000, by Rone Shavers
January 2000, from Publishers Weekly

Listening to the Land: Conversations about Nature, Culture, and Eros

Short review by Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat

Railroads and Clearcuts: Legacy of Congress’s 1864 Northern Pacific Railroad Land Grant

July 1995, from Publishers Weekly