It was about quarter to seven on the morning of November 9, 2016. We were crawling through an inch of…
When the most prestigious prize in nature writing appears unable or unwilling to recognise and reward good writing for its own sake, the perception of nature writing as literature is diminished.
Even before this spring is done with we can say that the genre is unlikely to furnish a richer reading experience than Greenery this year.
This is a novel that surprised me first by existing and then by being not only funny – and it is very funny – but also strangely, desperately moving.
First published in Unthology 11 (2019).
A square mile of sky is, of course, what you make of it.
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…