Love in the Time of Climate Change

Publisher: Green Writers Press

Meet Casey, a community college professor with OCD (Obsessive Climate Disorder).  While navigating the zaniness of teaching he leads a rag-tag bunch of climate activists, lusts after one of his students, and smokes a little too much pot.  Quirky, socially awkward and adolescent- acting, our climate change obsessed hero muddles his way through saving the world while desperately searching for true love. Teaching isn't easy with an incredibly hot woman in class, students either texting or comatose, condoms strewn everywhere, attack geese on field trips, and a dean who shows up at exactly the wrong moments. What's a guy to do?  Kidnap the neighbor's inflatable Halloween ghost?  Confront evangelicals and lesbian activists?  Channel Santa Claus's rage at the melting polar ice caps?  Shoplift at Walmart?  How about all of the above!   Who would have thought climate change could be so funny!  Actually, it really isn't, but Love in the Time of Climate Change, a romantic comedy about global warming, is guaranteed to keep you laughing.  Laughing and thinking.

About Brian Adams of Northampton, MA

Brian Adams recently retired after teaching for 20 plus years at Greenfield Community College in western Massachusetts where he was a Professor of Environmental Science and co-chair of the Science Department. Brian is active in the climate change movement on and off campus. He has authored numerous health related brochures distributed nationally by ETR Associates. For his first novel, Love in the Time of Climate Change, which was a Foreword Reviews 2014 IndieFAB Gold Medal Winner for Humor, he drew heavily on his experiences teaching and working with students. Brian lives with his wife in Northampton, Massachusetts and now devotes his time to writing romantic comedies centered around environmental activism.

About Donald Saaf

Donald Saaf creates collages by carefully integrating torn wallpaper, images from magazines and catalogs, and photocopies of everyday objects with his bold gouache paintings. He has illustrated such popular books as Pushkin Minds the Bundle, Flemenpeo, and Animal Music. Trained in painting at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Donald Saaf exhibits his work at the nearby Clark Gallery. He lives with his family in West Brattleboro, Vermont. Visit donaldsaaf.com.

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Binding EAN ISBN-10 Pub Date PAGES Language Size Price
Paperback 9780996087209 0996087206 2014-10-20 324 English 0.00 x 5.34 x 8.28 in $16.95
E-Book 9780996087216 0996087214 2014-10-20 280 English 0.00 x 0.00 x 0.00 in $14.95

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Author tour: Independent New England Booksellers Readings: • Broadside Books, Northampton, MA • Odyssey Books, South Hadley MA • Food for Thought Books, Amherst MA • Everyone’s Books, Brattleboro VT • Phoenix Books, Burlington, VT • World Eye Bookshop, Greenfield MA • Massachusetts Community Colleges Launch: • Greenfield Community College • Florence Community Center Articles: • Daily Hampshire Gazette • Greenfield Recorder • Springfield Republican • Brattleboro Reformer Radio Interviews • WFCR 88.5 FM Amherst • WMUA 91.1 FM Amherst • WXOJ 103.3 FM Northampton • WHMP 1400 AM Northampton • WHAI 98.3 FM Greenfield

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