Eco-fascism is a modern-day ideology, fuelled by the internet, but its roots are deep – and often forgotten.
‘Car Park Life’ really is a memoir of car park exploration. Rees’s mission, outlined in the shadow of Hastings Morrisons, is to challenge the ‘assumed truth’ that car parks are ‘non-places’.
David Rothenberg has carved out a somewhat crooked niche as a celebrated musician-cum-birdsong investigator, and for some time has been … More
A memoir of pigeon-keeping and middle-class life in flux, Jon Day’s ‘Homing’ is a sort of ‘P Is For Pigeon’.
The story of human history
—from a bird’s eye view.
In returning, nearly 30 years on, to the territories he last explored in his 1992 Trabant travelogue Stalin’s Nose, Rory … More
We have always believed in the healing power of our natural landscape, one way or another – but has it been overstated?
How are we to novelise the sixth great extinction?
Whatever humanity is, I think humour is at the heart of it.