The January episode of Nature Bats Last is embedded here
STEPHEN JENKINSON is an activist, teacher, author, and farmer. He has a master’s degree in theology from Harvard University and a master’s degree in social work from the University of Toronto. He is a former programme director and medical-school assistant professor. He is the subject of the documentary National Film Board of Canada documentary film, Griefwalker. He teaches internationally. With Nathalie Roy, Jenkinson founded The Orphan Wisdom School is 2010, which convenes in Tramore, Canada, and in various places in northern Europe. He is the author of How It All Could Be (now translated into four languages), Money and the Soul’s Desires, Die Wise: A Manifesto for Sanity and Soul, and, most recently, Come of Age: The Case of Elderhood in a Time of Trouble. With Gregory Hoskins and band, Stephen has offered Nights of Grief & Mystery to sold-out houses on three continents, most recently during the 26-city Nights of Grief & Mystery North American Tour 2018.
As mentioned in the show Stephen will be returning to Aotearoa NZ on a speaking tour and will be speaking in Auckland at a venue still to be determined. I will be assisting with the public talk and more details will be added here as they are determined.
During the show sometime host on Nature Bats Last Pauline Schneider spoke. Readers can follow Paulines epic cinematography here; subscribe to Pauline’s channel for notifications of new work.
A link to Stephen’s books is embedded here