I'm thrilled that my book Ice Diaries: an Antarctic Memoir (published in the UK in hardback on November 22nd) has been included in The Guardian's Best Books of 2018 annual pre-Christmas round-up.
My book about all things ice, based on a residency in Antarctica with the British Antarctic Survey, is pubished in the UK in paperback (£15.99).
Image by Diego Ferrari
Day for Night: Landscapes of Walter Benjamin exhibition at the Peltz Gallery, Birkbeck College, 43 Gordon Square, London WC1H
Good news - 'The Kusi', an essay about the Kusi monsoon - wintertime on the Indian ocean coast of east Africa - has been longlisted for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) 2018 Nonfiction Prize.
My short story 'The Most Beautiful Voyage in the World' has been shortlisted for the 2018 Imagination and Climate Futures Initiative Climate Fiction contest at Arizona State University.
'It Takes A Village' highlights pressing social and environmental issues at Latitude this year. A number of UEA colleagues and I will be delivering thought-provoking talks on the future of the planet, politics, and nature.
My mini-collection The Skeleton Coast, which tracks a winter and spring in Cape Town and Namibia, was shortlisted for the 2017/18 International Book and Pamphlet Competition run by The Poetry Business, the excellent Sheffield-based literary developme
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I'm looking forward to speaking about my novel Fire on the Mountain, as well as landscape, metaphor and masculinity for the Birkbeck College MA in Creative Writing lecture series on Tuesday 5th June at 6pm a
I will speak about my new novel, Fire on the Mountain, and its themes at the Universities of Bologna and Siena in Italy on May 18th and 21st respectively, courtesy of the literature department at Bologna University and the Tribunale di Siena and Centro Siena Toronto.