Wendell Berry and his pencil have said much over the past half century—and still have much to say to our world today. This is a fairly up-to-date gathering of resources concerning his work.
In the sidebar to your right under Content, you will find individual resource pages.
This site is not owned, operated or sanctioned by Mr. Berry, whose disapproval of computer technology is well-documented.
The one person responsible for all of this is me, Br. Tom Murphy (Twitter @brtom). I am not a personal friend or employee of Mr. Berry and am thus not able to arrange interviews or appearances by him.
Thanks for stopping by.
"It is not a terrible thing to love the world, knowing that the world is always passing and irrecoverable, to be known only in loss. To love anything good, at any cost, is a bargain. It is a terrible thing to love the world, knowing that you are a human and therefore joined by kind to all that hates the world and hurries its passing—the violence and greed and falsehood that overcome the world that is meant to be overcome by love."