Not your typical tale of post-apocalyptic doom, her novel is ultimately a story of hope. Set in the year 2045, amidst planetary chaos and climate change, the Earth’s human population has dwindled to survivors of The Great Wobble, caused by changes in the planet’s magnetic field, when time became dreamy and subjective and geography has blurred and shifted. New Age mystic, the protagonists Deb and Charles piece together a new life, seeking harmony with a new environment. Deb is on a quest, tied intimately with her deep love for nature and her recent acquaintance with a wild boar roaming the neighborhood, as she seeks healing for her family and community. More
About the Author:
Alice Eckles earned a Masters in Education from Antioch New England Graduate School, Keene, NH, and taught elementary art and printmaking at Burlington College. Along with a degree in Visual Art, she studied creative writing.
After moving to Middlebury Alice shifted from teaching and visual art to writing and homesteading, she authored a Phrase Book for Spiritual Emergencies published in 2009 and more recently a novel: “The Literature Preferred by Wild Boar.” More