Spreading the Seeds of Discent: A Reading and Discussion with Novelist and Urban Farmer Nic Esposito | 6:30-9pm
1701 Christian St.
Join us as we discuss concepts of sustainability and natural living and what it means for our generation.
Nic Esposito is a writer and urban farming activist from Philadelphia. He co-founded the urban farming organization Philly Rooted in 2010 and has since developed two community gardens, an urban farm, and a grower’s cooperative along with consulting on numerous projects in the Philadelphia area.
In 2011 he was appointed to Philadelphia’s Food Policy Council. He is also a professional story teller who performs throughout the Philadelphia region and founded Philly Corner Stories in 2009 to build community through the art of story telling. He participated in TEDx this past winter and this Spring he published his first novel, Seeds of Discent, based on his experiences in the urban farming movement. And his fiction and non fiction can be found in various Philadelphia publications. He lives and works from his homestead in Kensington, Philadelphia.