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023 Foraging and Hopepunk with Mary Banducci

or... Wildcraft, Marshmallows, and an Edible Yard

Our Guest: Mary Banducci is an herbalist, forager, and designer of the Foraging Journal.

Mary with rose hips

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Featured books in this episode:

  • Chalice by Robin McKinley

  • The Next Right Thing by Emily P. Freeman

  • A String in the Harp by Nancy Bond

  • Galileo and the Stargazers Jim Weiss

  • The Horse and His Boy by CS Lewis

  • Jack Zulu by S.D. and J.C. Smith

  • Mismantle Chronicles by M.I. McAllister

  • Green Ember series by S.D. Smith

  • Wingfeather Saga by Andrew Peterson

  • Wild Edibles: A Practical Guide to Foraging, with Easy Identification of 60 Edible Plants and 67 Recipes by Sergei Boutenko

  • Regional Foraging Series- Workman Publishing

  • Wild Remedies: How to Forage Healing Foods and Craft Your Own Herbal Medicine by Rosalee de la Forêt

  • The People’s Home Library by R. C. Barnum

  • Jo’s Boys by Louisa May Alcott

  • A Weed is a Flower by Aliki

  • George Washington Carver: Scientist by Shirley Graham and George D. Lipscomb

Our conversation gave a great introduction to Hopepunk vs Grimdark: Hope does not disappoint…

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Stories from the Ashes Podcast
A Reshelving Alexandria podcast where we pontificate on good books and the stories that define and refine us. Join Ambre and friends as they discuss what they're reading and interview others in the literary world. We talk stories in all their forms because stories have the power to shape and change hearts and minds.
Amanda Rossman
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