Art, Ecology, and Spirit: Jason Myers of EcoTheo Collective

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In this episode Forrest talks with Jason Myers, Executive Director of the EcoTheo Collective—a virtual community of people devoted to exploring the possibilities at the intersection of art, spirituality, and ecology. He is also Editor of the EcoTheo Review, a journal that publishes work exploring themes ranging from creation care to creativity, and earth justice to social justice.

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Guest:
Jason Myers - Executive Director of EcoTheo Collective
Editor in Chief of EcoTheo Review
LOGOS readings
Curate for Holy Family Church - Houston, TX

Mentions:
Jason's colleague Han Vanderhart
Christ in Cascadia - regional journal that Forrest Inslee edits
antiphonal - definition
Mary Oliver
Lucille Clifton
W.S. Merwin
Candler Creation Keepers
Buechner quote: "Where your deep gladness ..."
Emma Marris - books - "Rambunctious Garden" & "Wild Souls"
Wendell Berry - quote: "There are no unsacred places, just sacred and desecrated places."
Rev. Melanie Mullen - Dir. Reconciliation, Justice & Creation Care, Episcopal Church
Bishop Michael Curry of the Episcopal Church
Kaveh Akbar - interviewed in the Autumn 2021 issue of EcoTheo Review
David Naimon - Between the Covers podcast; entry in the Summer 2021 issue of EcoTheo
John Muir (plus NY Times article on Sierra Club acknowledging racism of John Muir)
Henry David Thoreau
Theodore Roosevelt - National Parks system
Lucille Clifton quote

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