If the land could speak, what would it tell us? Three contemporary artists come together for Barcelona Gallery Weekend this year to present three diverse bodies of work about land, landscape and the Anthropocene.
In the midst of the cancellation of everything due to the Sars-Covid-2 pandemic, there is a glimmer of good news.
Join poet Rachael Allen and I for a reading in the University of Manchester's Literature Live reading series on Monday 24 February from 19.30 until 20.25. Rachael and I will read from recent work and take questions from the audience.
'Horse People', a story commissioned by Jaguar Land Rover as their inaugural stand-alone short story for their membership magazine One Life, is published in the latest issue, no.
In her new book, Placeless People: Writing, Rights, and Refugees, Lyndsey Stonebridge describes how the human condition became the ‘placeless condition’ for writers and thinkers in the middle of the twentieth century, from Paris to Lisbon, from Berlin to Palestine.
Issue 16 of the journal the Mechanics Institute Review will be dedicated to climate change. My essay on the effect of climate change in the tropics, 'The Kusi' appears in the journal and I will also chair one of three citizens' assemblies on climate change this autumn.
I am pleased to be participating in the Kuala Lumpur International Arts Festival, Diversecity, from September 15th and to speaking on Antarctica and climate change at UN Global Compact and Climate Governance Malaysia on September 19th.
I am thrilled to be joining Mark Cocker and Tessa Boase to discuss Mark's recent publications Our Place and Claxton Diary, and nature writing more broadly, at the Buxton International Festival, a celebration of the very best mu
Join me in conversation with Mark Cocker, one of Britain’s foremost nature writers and a well-known Norfolk naturalist. Mark's A Claxton Diary gathers his finest short essays on wildlife.
The Wealden Literary Festival takes place over a weekend - June 29th and 30th this year - in Boldshaves Garden, Woodchurch, Kent. It is one of the UK's foremost festivals of literature and the arts, rooted in nature and place, bringing together artists, writers and commentators.