Praise for The Odd Clauses in Slate

Calling it “freakishly prescient” (maybe the nicest thing anyone’s ever said about one of my books) and “a vital guide to . . . formerly ignored constitutional nooks and crannies.”  Full piece...

Some Great New Publicity for When God Isn’t Green

My new book, When God Isn’t Green: A World-Wide Journey to Places Where Religious Practices and Environmentalism Collide, was released last Tuesday, March 15th, and it has gotten some really nice publicity so far.  Here’s a sampling: The Daily Beast ran an excerpt from the chapter on palm forests in Guatemala and Mexico for Palm Sunday. A nice review from MacLean’s Magazine in Canada. Another great review from Foreword. I did this show with Uprising Radio in Los Angeles, which was really fun (more radio is also on the...

Events, Events, Events

This next month is going to be busy, with lots of reading and discussion events.  Here’s the list so far: March 21st  Brookline Booksmith, Discussion of When God Isn’t Green, 7pm March 28th  Boston University School of Law, When God Isn’t Green Mini-Symposium, 12:45-2 (featuring commentary by Paul Horwitz, John Nagle, and Sarah Schindler) March 30th  Kramerbooks, Washington DC, Discussion of When God Isn’t Green, 6:30 pm April 5th  Georgetown Law School, Washington DC, panel discussion about writing about the Supreme Court, 5:30 pm (moderated by Tony Mauro, guests include Irin Carmon, Anthony Franze, David Lat, and Kim Roosevelt) April 21st  NYU Bookstore, New York City, Discussion of When God Isn’t Green, 6pm May 2nd  Americans United for Separation of Church and State, Rochester NY Chapter, talk about Our Non-Christian Nation, time TBA I hope you can make it if you live nearby one of these places.  It would be great to see you and maybe drink some Jameson with you from a red plastic cup. ...