I’ve written a crazy long list of possible meta tags for my soon-to-be-released novel, The Erenwine Agenda. Feels like building the base of a good stew, creating a yummy dessert. Rich chocolate. You get the idea. Makes me happy to see it so I thought I’d share. It’s like a reflection back on the past five years of research-writing-editing. 🙂
AMC, animism, Appalachian Mountain Club, AT, ATC, Appalachian Trail, appreciation, architect, architecture, architectural design, architectural intern, Architectural Registration Exam, ARE, asbestos, Avalonian Arc, Binghamton, Boerum Hill, Brecon, Brooklyn, cli-fi, climate change fiction, contemporary fiction, Democratic politics, design, drawing, dreams, East Stroudsberg, Easter Island, eco-fiction, election, energy, environment, environmentalism, environmental love story, EPA, flooding, flood maps, Flower District, fossil fuel, fracking, geodesign, geothermal energy, Glamorgan, global warming, Gowanus Canal, Green politics, Hamilton Heights, heart math, heroine, Highline, hiking, Hudson, Hungarian Pastry Shop, Hurricane Sandy, hydraulic fracturing, historic restoration, hunting, IDP, Intern Development Program, internship, land, leases, Libertarian politics, LNG, love, Manhattan, Marcellus, Marcellus Formation, Marcellus Shale, Meadowlands, meditation, mesothelioma, methylene chloride, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Mount Willard, Moultonborough, natural gas, natural resources, Nezuntoz, New York City, New Jersey, New Hampshire, New York State, NJ Transit, non-renewable energy, Occupy, Occupy Sandy, OSHA, Papua New Guinea, Pennsylvania, petroleum geologist, Philadelphia, Pussy Riot, Quakertown, quilts, Rapa Nui, Reiki, religion, renewable energy, Republican politics, prayer, Rockaway, romantic elements, roses, Scranton, Secretary of the Interior Standards, SEPTA, shale, shale gas, silk, slate, storm surge modeling, storytelling, straphangers, Superstorm Sandy, sustainable design, sustainability, tea, terrain modeling, tetrachloroethylene, Upper West Side, urban fiction, Usk, visionary fiction, voting, Wales, water, water levels, water line, whales, WIA, women in architecture
Stay tuned for more!