Join us for an evening with Lily Raff McCaulou as she discusses her memoir, Call of the Mild: Learning to Hunt My Own Dinner,
and reflects on the complex issues that surround ethical hunting in
America today. An urban environmentalist who moved west and became a
hunter, McCaulou learned to hunt the food she loves in a sustainable
Call of the Mild records her story; the
San Francisco Chronicle named Call of the Mild one of the best books of 2012.
Advance registration is required
for this public lecture
event: $10 Joslyn Members; $20 General Public (includes Wild Spaces,
exhibition admission, appetizers, and one free drink ticket
(cash bar thereafter). Click here
to make your reservation online or call Joslyn's Director of Adult Programs at (402)
661-3862 or email.
Lily Raff McCaulou
is a journalist living in Portland, Oregon, whose writing has appeared in The New York Times
and The Atlantic
. She has won numerous awards including a prestigious Knight Wallace Fellowship from the University of Michigan.
Following McCaulou's presentation, guests will enjoy gallery viewing, a book-signing and an hors d'oeuvre reception with
a cash bar.