Sea Sick

“If everything on land were to die tomorrow everything in the ocean would be fine, but if everything in the ocean were to die tomorrow everything on land would die too”

Alanna Mitchell
Alanna Mitchell, an international award-winning science journalist, turned her most recent bestseller, Sea Sick: The Global Ocean in Crisis, into a one-woman Dora Award–nominated play, which she is performing across Canada. Her new book, Malignant Metaphor: Finding the Hidden Meaning of Cancer, is due this fall from ECW Press.

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