Daniel Quinn is an environmental writer who is best known for his book Ishmael (1992), which won the Turner Tomorrow Fellowship Award. His short fiction has appeared in the Quarterly, Asylum, Magic Realism, and elsewhere. In 1998 Quinn collaborated with environmental biologist Alan D. Thornhill in producing Food Production and Population Growth, a video that elaborates on the ideas presented in his publications. His most recent books include Work, Work, Work (2006) and If They Give You Lined Paper, Write Sideways (2007).
- “The Danger of Human Exceptionalism”