Island Journal 2012

Island Institute
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The 2012 Island Journal contains three fabulous folios, including one by Matinicus artist David Sears, along with a contribution from founder Bill McKibben, a tale of Survival on Vanuatu Island in the South Pacific, a conversation with renowned naturalist E. O. Wilson, and much more. This year's Island Journal is also available in a first-ever digital edition!

Table of Contents:

From the Helm: Islands as Models
by Philip Conkling

The Best Decision We've Ever Made: New Families Move to Long Island
by Judith Paolini

Thinking like Islands: Sustainable Island Living ConferenceKeynote Speech Excerpts
by Bill McKibben

The Many Lives of Dix Island
by Harry Gratwick

There's Nothing to Do on This Island: Mentoring Teens andTweens
by Caitlin Gerber

A World Away: A Collection of Photographs of YoungIslanders
by Patrisha McLean

No School Is an Island: The Outer Island's Inter-Island Classroom
by Anne Bardaglio

On Duck
by Christina Marsden Gillis

Spectacular Islands and Contested Realities: The Media'sPortrayal of Islands from Vanuatu to Maine
by Doug Campbell

Revisiting the Future: Island Voices from �Generation Y�
by Emily Thomas

David Sears: A Matinicus Artist Charts His Course
by Carl Little

Across Deer Point Narrows: Blood Connects Families on Longand Chebeague
by Donna Miller Damon

The Life and Letters of Jim Hardie: Fisherman, Farmer, Captain and Caretaker
by Lucilla Fuller Marvel

One Fish, Many Fish: George Putnam and the Making of Gorton's Seafood
by Rob Synder

The Fish They Catch: Photographs by Corey Arnold
by Philip Conkling

I Know He's Watching Me: Swan's Islanders Live Their Faith
by Meghan Vigeant

Behold the Island: Conversations with Naturalist E. O.Wilson
by David Conover

On the Front Lines of the Energy Revolution
by Philip Conkling