About relationships between humans and the land and other living beings, how we view these, and how they're determined by stories and language we use. It compares indigenous and western ways of understanding the world.
From the back cover: "Is it a box of matches burning the museum that displays the art object that is the box of matches? Or is / it the box of matches in the hands of a child who knows he is hated in his police-filled school in his police-filled city? Is it the incendiary accident of that child? Is it / how can language set fire to that? Is it how to set fire to fire?"
Ecology is the study of interconnectedness in natural communities. We use the sense of "anarchist" meaning anti-authoritarian, emphasizing the need to challenge ... mainstream ecology. "Towards" is the most important word. We are not offering clear answers, we are hoping to offer some hints and a starting process.