Annie March is a Taswomanian wordwright, teacher, gardener and apprentice crone with a passion for social and ecological justice and inner space.
Crone: a woman privileged to live in the 8% WEIRD (Western, educated, industrialised, rich, democratic) subset of the global community, who has passed her cultural useby date and is now free to reimagine her own life.
Book launches, apart from being an industrial artefact, are hell for introverts. “As A March Hare” is being sown and seeded via lots of postcards, jungle-drums and human-sized convivialities like shared meals, tea-parties and picnics.
“As A March Hare” is a collection of eloquent, eccentric and deeply personal essays on ecological and social justice, creativity, metaphysics, madness, place and death.