Kerri Arsenault is Orion’s Reviews Editor. She also serves on the National Book Critics Circle Board and writes for Lithub.com. She teaches nonfiction in The Master of Arts program in Writing and Oral Traditions at the Graduate Institute in Bethany, CT and her forthcoming narrative nonfiction book, What Remains (St. Martin’s Press, 2020), is about the hazards of living in and leaving the paper mill town of Mexico, Maine.
Here’s a terrifying fact: conservative estimates say that household hormone-disrupting chemicals are costing the US $340 billion annually in healthcare costs. This statistic received the attention of Leonardo Trasande, which led Continue reading