Elizabeth Kolbert is a staff writer for The New Yorker and the author of Field Notes from a Catastrophe: Man, Nature, and Climate Change. She will be speaking at OSU on Monday, February 2nd, at 7 pm at the LaSells Stewart Center. Kolbert has received multiple awards for her writings including the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s magazine writing award, the National Academies communications award, National Magazine Award, Heinz Award and Guggenheim Fellowship.
In anticipation of Kolbert’s upcoming reading, The Spring Creek Project is giving away three copies of her new book The Sixth Extinction. Enter to win a copy by following the text below.
- “Like” the Spring Creek Project on Facebook here.
- Leave a comment on the Spring Creek page describing one thing (20 words or less) that they can do to help stem the loss of wild species and their habitats.
- If you are not on Facebook, you can email your comment to Erica Trabold at The Spring Creek Project.
The three best suggestions will win a copy of The Sixth Extinction. The deadline to win a book is Tuesday, January 13th at 5 pm, but don’t forget to attend Elizabeth Kolbert’s reading on February 2nd, at 7 pm at the LaSells Stewart Center.