Tag Archive | illegal gardening

Author S. Smith Press Release

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   LOCAL AUTHOR COMPLETES TEXAS BOOK TOUR Ultimate Food Police Imagined in Speculative YA Series SALEM, Ore. May 10, 2014—Would you still garden if it were illegal? That is the question confronted in Smith’s futuristic series, Seed Savers. Seed Savers envisions a day when corporate agriculture and the government have merged […]

Texas Earth Day Tour Update

  Just a quick update post. San Antonio has been added to the Texas Earth Day tour. I will be visiting four Half Price Books stores in San Antonio, mostly on Earth Day (April 22). So if you are in the area, come and see me! The specifics can be found on my Book News […]

Author S. Smith Texas Earth Day Tour

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT:  Sandy Smith, 503-362-6591  AuthorSSmith@gmail.com  http://AuthorSSmith.com AUTHOR S. SMITH VISITING HOUSTON FOR EARTH DAY TOUR Ultimate Food Police Imagined in New YA Series SALEM, Ore. March 26, 2014—Would you still garden if it were illegal? That is the question confronted in Smith’s futuristic series, Seed Savers. Seed Savers envisions a time […]

When Would You Break the Law?

What if it were illegal to garden? Would you break the law by growing your own vegetables or buying from those who do? Would it make a difference if it had always been illegal in your lifetime versus something that BECAME ILLEGAL? This is a hypothetical “what-if” that I started thinking about while examining the […]

IS ENVI-FI THE NEWEST SCIENCE FICTION SUBGENRE?

Third Book Released in Environmental Dystopian YA Series SALEM, Ore. December 11, 2013— S. Smith recently released the third installment in her middle grade/YA series, Seed Savers. Heirloom chronicles the lives of three young friends in a not-so-distant future where large corporations and the government have merged and taken control of the food supply. Like […]

Seed Savers: Heirloom (book 3) Is Here!

  In a futuristic U.S.A. where gardening is illegal, siblings Clare and Dante have escaped to Canada and are living with a host family, enjoying farm life and learning to grow their own food. Attending Garden Guardian class, they meet other refugees and unearth the  history of how they lost their choices about food. Their […]

Gardening Fiction for Spring

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Big Ag Has Won the War On Food In New Middle Grade Series New book series imagines a future where gardening is illegal SALEM, Ore. March 17, 2013—In S. Smith’s exciting new dystopian series, Seed Savers, corporate agriculture and the government have merged into one controlling agency—GRIM. Gardening and seed ownership is […]