Recent Interviews, Articles & Talks

Selected recent articles & talks by Jennifer include:

Transition Times, Jennifer’s blog dedicated to social and environmental justice issues seen through a personal lens, has received more than 150,000 visitors since its inception in 2011. Many of her columns have been reprinted by Common Dreams, New Clear Vision and other media outlets and websites worldwide.

Interview with Alexis Cohenon purposeful memoir as a path to personal, political and planetary awakening, as part of the Awakening Through Art series, December 2018.

Interview on “Audible Cafe” with Judy Eddy, about purposeful memoir, gaian education, and why arts activism is essential: http://audiblecafe.com/2018/08/episode-6-jennifer-browdy-writer-teacher-editor-coach/.

“Tahlequah is Waiting” is an essay I wrote about how the grief of a whale points to an epic crossroads for the human soul. Published as part of a special edition of Kosmos Journal, celebrating the 2018 “11 Days of Global Unity”: https://www.kosmosjournal.org/news/tahlequah-is-waiting/

“Moving from the Anthropocene to the Androgynocene: Gaian Leadership for a Balanced World.” Kosmos Journal, Spring 2017.

“Tales from the Grassy Bank,” spoken word piece written for and presented at “Rocking the Constitution,” Alternative Inauguration Protest Event sponsored by the Women’s March of Western MA at the Colonial Theatre, Pittsfield MA.

When the Grandmothers Awoke, YES! Magazine, Spring 2015.

Aligning the Personal, Political and Planetary to Creative a Transformative Future. Kosmos Journal, Fall/Winter 2015.

“Awaken! Calling Upon the Inner Child to Help Mother Earth.” Berkshire Magazine, Spring 2014.

The Berkshire Festival of Women Writers Combats Cultural Mono-cropping with a Diversity of Women’s Voices. Public Humanist blog, produced by the Massachusetts Council on the Humanities and published on the Valley Advocate website, February 18, 2014.

“Cede the Floor No More: The Berkshire Festival of Women Writers.” Public Humanist blog, produced by the Massachusetts Council on the Humanities and published on the Valley Advocate website, February 25, 2013.