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How We Live Now with Katherine May
How We Live Now with Katherine May
Katherine May

How should we live in this world when so much is changed? Katherine May, author of Wintering and the Electricity of Every Living Thing, asks... more

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Episodes

Catherine Coldstream on life as a nun

Join my conversation with Catherine Coldstream as we relax into a questing, rambling chat about the deep pull that many... more

24 May 2024 · 1 hour, 13 minutes
Camille T. Dungy on unearthing histories

At a superficial level, Soil is a gardening memoir, full of gorgeous descriptions of plants and getting your hands in... more

15 Dec 2023 · 50 minutes
Kaitlin Curtice on resisting with integrity

In the past few years, resistance has been a live issue for many of us, whether we’re wondering for the... more

17 Nov 2023 · 59 minutes
Erica Berry on the meaning of wolves

The wolf carries an almost unbearable amount of symbolism in western culture, encapsulating the predatory, the carnal, the supernatural and... more

20 Oct 2023 · 1 hour, 4 minutes
Dacher Keltner on awe, humility and purpose

I stumbled across Dacher Keltner’s work when I was first researching Enchantment, and now - for the final episode in... more

03 Aug 2023 · 49 minutes
Marjolijn van Heemstra on the overview effect

Marjolijn van Heemstra believes that we can change the world by gazing into the night sky. Her book, In Light... more

20 Jul 2023 · 48 minutes
Amy Jeffs on ancient stories and new understandings

How can we return to a richer, more complex understanding of national identity and personal ethics - one that can... more

06 Jul 2023 · 55 minutes
Báyò Akómoláfé on fugitive ideas

In this week’s episode of How We Live Now, Katherine speaks to author and public intellectual Báyò Akómoláfé. We consider... more

30 Jun 2023 · 50 minutes
Kerri ní Dochartaigh on the mystical everyday

Kerri ní Dochartaigh’s writing rings with a sense of connection between this world and the otherworld, and nowhere is it... more

08 Jun 2023 · 51 minutes
Morgan Harper Nichols on art and perception

When I spoke to Morgan Harper Nichols, she was taking a break from assignment-writing for the MFA in Interdisciplinary Media... more

25 May 2023 · 1 hour,
Pico Iyer on the wisdom of travellers

Pico Iyer’s latest book, The Half Known Life, looks at the ways in which we seek paradise on earth, sometimes... more

11 May 2023 · 56 minutes
Bonus episode: Katherine May on burnout and why we all need a little more wonder in our lives

We're in between seasons of How We Live Now and Katherine is in the midst of talking about her new... more

15 Mar 2023 · 46 minutes
Ece Temelkuran on the politics of emotion

Turkish journalist Ece Temelkuran understands the problems of rightwing populism better than most: she lives as an exile, after her... more

06 Jan 2023 · 1 hour, 8 minutes
Emma Gannon on understanding, not agreeing

Emma Gannon is a true digital native, a storyteller who finds creative inspiration in online communities, and who has sought... more

06 Jan 2023 · 59 minutes
Jay Griffiths on the ecology of connection

Jay Griffiths’ writing has long explored the link between land, culture and our potential for connection, but her father’s death... more

06 Jan 2023 · 56 minutes
Lama Rod Owens on necessary change

Many of us are enduring a painful new awareness of the conflicts that underpin our social relationships. For Buddhist teacher... more

06 Jan 2023 · 49 minutes
Simran Jeet Singh on Radical Interconnectedness

Being a Sikh in America gives Simran Jeet Singh a very particular insight into the divisions that run between us:... more

06 Jan 2023 · 56 minutes
Priya Parker on gathering well

When it comes to getting together, Priya Parker turns our assumptions on their heads: gatherings, she says, benefit from firm... more

06 Jan 2023 · 56 minutes
Susan Cain on the bittersweet & introducing How We Live Now

Susan Cain’s groundbreaking book, Quiet, taught a generation of readers to perceive and value their introvert qualities. Her latest book,... more

19 Dec 2022 · 30 minutes
Raynor Winn on losing everything and finding home

Welcome to the Wintering Sessions with Katherine May.Author Raynor Winn talks to Katherine May about the losing her home when... more

15 Sep 2022 · 37 minutes
How We Live Now with Katherine May
Bonus episode: Katherine May on burnout and why we all need a little more wonder in our lives
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We're in between seasons of How We Live Now and Katherine is in the midst of talking about her new book Enchantment... more