Tell us about a book you can read again and again without getting bored — what is it that speaks to you?
Looking Backwards: 2000-1887. It is a utopia by Edward Bellamy that feels like home. I’m drawn to works that create the possibility of balance, freedom and peace between humans. Far too many books focus on why and how we can’t get along, but so few create something positive, a way for us to live that does not disenfranchise anyone, but instead, uplifts and provides everyone with everything they need without a monetary system. I could read this work dozens of times and never feel bored. It is one possibility within a universes of infinite possibilities and ways of living positively that does not include having to fight against an already established dystopia.