Paola Corso
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GREENING YOUR BOOKSHELF Paola writes a "Greening Your Bookshelf" column for Group Against Smog and Pollution (GASP), a non-profit citizens group in Pittsburgh working for a healthy, sustainable environment. It was founded in 1969 by volunteers concerned with the region’s air quality.  Pittsburgh, once called "hell with the lid taken off,"  has a history of being one of the sootiest cities in the country. GASP serves as an environmental watchdog, mobilizes action, and litigates when necessary. Her columns feature environmental poetry, fiction, and creative non-fiction books that address themes national in scope and far beyond particulate matter and fly ash—conservation, urbanism, nature, coal, fracking, solar and nuclear power to name a few. If you'd like to suggest a book for her to review or an author to interview, email her at paola_corso@hotmail.com. Check back for newly published columns. Daniela Gioseffi, editor of the website Eco-Poetry.org. Susanne Antonetta, author of Body Toxic: An Environmental Memoir
Read Paola’s Ellis Island essay in The New York Times
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