The 2016 Home Grown Food Summit is coming up in just a few days. It features a bunch of presentations by expert gardeners, farmers, herbalists and homesteaders, including Castalia author David the Good, who decided to use the opportunity as a chance to directly demonstrate some of the crazy composting methods in Compost Everything by creating Compost Everything: The Movie.
No word on whether he actually demonstrates the use of human corpses to feed his zucchini or not. But if you want to find out, sign up and see the all the presentations for free.
Dance Dance Dance, Haruki Murakami Iron Chamber of Memory, John C. Wright There Will Be War Vol. IX, Jerry Pournelle Agent of the Imperium, Marc Miller Uprooted, Naomi Novik Red Rising, Pierce Brown Golden Sun, Pierce Brown Morning Star, Pierce Brown Underground, Haruki Murakami South of the Border, West of the Sun, Haruki Murakami Belief or Nonbelief: A Confrontation, Umberto Eco Do We Need God to be Good, C.R. Hallpike The Aeronaut's Windlass, Jim Butcher Son of the Black Sword, Larry Correia The Red and the Black, Stendahl Why We Read the Classics, Italo Calvino War to the Knife, Peter Grant Forge a New Blade, Peter Grant Inventing the Enemy, Umberto Eco Kokoro, Natsume Soseki Five Moral Pieces, Umberto Eco Free Speech Isn't Free, RooshV The Charterhouse of Parma, Stendahl CTRL ALT Revolt!, Nick Cole The End of the World as We Knew It, Nick Cole The Majipoor Chronicles, Robert Silverberg The Old Man and the Wasteland, Nick Cole The Eden Plague, David VanDyke Reaper's Run, David VanDyke Skull's Shadows, David VanDyke Fight the Rooster, Nick Cole Penric's Demon, Lois McMaster Bujold The Castle of Crossed Destinies, Italo Calvino A Mystery of Errors, Simon Hawke The Slaying of the Shrew, Simon Hawke Much Ado About Murder, Simon Hawke Soda Pop Soldier, Nick Cole Valentine Pontifex, Robert Silverberg Sorcerers of Majipoor, Robert Silverberg A History of the Peninsular War, Vol. I, Charles Oman The Clash of Civilizations, Sam Huntington Clio & Me: An Intellectual Biography, Martin van Creveld