I talk with This Wild Life Podcast about my encounter with one particular rhino, chasing after a dinosaur mammal, and the hilarity of traveling the world with mental health issues.
In May I gave a zoom reading and Q&A with NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) – Minnesota. It was a great event! You can view it here.
I recently chatted with Conservation Unfiltered podcast about international conservation, trophy hunting, and the complexities of saving wildlife around the world. Oh also Baggage and traveling with OCD.
A great chat with Be Provided Conservation Radio about mental illness, endangered species, and the importance of systemic change over the focus on individual actions.
Sumatran rhinos forever! On this podcast series with Mongabay, I chat about the last ditch efforts to save one of my all-time favorite species. You can find the podcast on the Mongabay link or wherever you get your podcasts.
Oooo, this one is on VIDEO! Check out my interview with Mappy Hour on YouTube. Boo-yah. We dive deep into travel, wildlife, and living with mental illness.
On this one, I talk up all the greatness of living in the Twin Cities with We Travel There.
A great discussion with Global Conversation podcast! We chat all about what it’s like to travel with anxiety and OCD. Perfect for Covid-19 – ugh – travel.
We talk about my upcoming book Baggage on the Zoo Logic Podcast, as well as mental health, current environmental issues, overpopulation, and zoos!
My first podcast about Baggage on the Sea Change Podcast! We talk about the book, mental illness, and the challenges of coronavirus living.
I get to talk about one of my favorite subjects – soldendons! – on the podcast ZooLogics’ Tell me Something I Don’t Know.
I chatted about a wide range of topics – from ecological collapse to the potential for, you know, avoiding that whole thing – on Collapse Chronicles on YouTube.
Chatted on The Escape the Zoo Podcast about weird species, like the solenodon and Sumatran rhino – among others.
Giving all the advice to Conservation Careers in a print interview about becoming and being an environmental journalist.
A video of my presentation titled: The Price of Palm Oil: A Twisted Tale of People, Rainforests, and Wildlife given at the Minnesota Zoo for their Our World Speaker Series. The presentation starts at 7:20.