Founded in 1984, Chelsea Green Publishing is recognized as a leading publisher of books on the politics and practice of sustainable living, publishing authors who bring in-depth, practical knowledge to life, and give readers hands-on information related to organic farming and gardening, ecology and the environment, healthy food, sustainable economics, progressive politics, and, most recently, integrative health and wellness.
Trade Show Promotion:
Any 10+ units with discount code TS20 receives an additional 5% discount for returnable accounts (49%)
or an extra 3% for non-ret and partner stores (53%)
Valid 9/1/20 — 10/31/20 and can be used multiple times
Any order of 10+ copies of "Outrages" or "Fermentation as Metaphor" will receive 10+ bookplates signed by the author. This special also applies to event orders.
Good through December 31st.
Use Code: BP20
Chelsea Green are hosting informal “Meet the Author” zoom meetings for booksellers with Sandor Ellix Katz and Naomi Wolf on October 8th and 9th! Bring your questions (you can even bring your ferments for advice from Sandor!). If you'd like the invites and zoom links for these meetings just ask us!
"The best wine book I read this year was not about wine. It was about cider"--Eric Asimov, New York Times, on Uncultivated
In Fermentation as Metaphor, stemming from his personal obsession with all things fermented, Katz meditates on his art and work, drawing connections between microbial communities and aspects of human culture: politics, religion, social and cultural movements, art, music, sexuality, identity, and even our individual thoughts and feelings.
Drawing on the work of a range of scholars of censorship and of LGBTQ+ legal history, Wolf depicts how state censorship, and state prosecution of same-sex sexuality, played out—decades before the infamous trial of Oscar Wilde—shadowing the lives of people who risked in new ways scrutiny by the criminal justice system.
Bringing Back the Beaver makes a passionate case as to why the return of one of nature’s great problem solvers will be critical as part of a sustainable fix for flooding and future drought, whilst ensuring the creation of essential lifescapes that enable the broadest possible spectrum of Britain’s wildlife to thrive.
The Reindeer Chronicles demonstrates how solutions to seemingly intractable problems can come from the unlikeliest of places, and how the restoration of local water, carbon, nutrient, and energy cycles can play a dramatic role in stabilizing the global climate.
In Material, Kary takes readers along with him to visit some of the places where modern artisans are preserving, and in some cases passing on, the old craft skills.
Naomi Wolf on “Outrages,” Censorship and the Right to Read