Memorious Earth

31 July 2015 // Art

Words and pictures: Sue Brooks As I’m writing this at the end of July, heavy rain has been falling for more than ten hours, perfect for limnology, (the study of inland waters) a word gleaned from the description of Richard Skelton‘s text-rivers in Landmarks. My first encounter with his extraordinary body of work. The second […]

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Inglorious: Conflict in the Uplands

30 July 2015 // Birds //Books

Inglorious: Conflict in the Uplands, by Mark Avery Bloomsbury Natural History, hardback, 304 pages. Out now Book Review by Ceri Levy Grouse shooting for ‘sport’ depends on intensive habitat management which damages protected wildlife sites, increases water pollution, increases flood risk, increases greenhouse gas emissions and too often leads to the illegal killing of protected […]

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The Beechwood Airship Interviews

29 July 2015 // Books

The Beechwood Airship Interviews by Dan Richards The Friday Project (an imprint of Harper Collins), paperback, 400 pages. Out 30/07/15 Review by Marcus O’Dair I first became aware of Dan Richards with 2013’s Holloway, a collaboration with Robert Macfarlane, the landscape writer and academic, and Stanley Donwood, the illustrator best known for his ongoing partnership […]

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Folklore Tapes at Port Eliot festival

28 July 2015 // Port Eliot Festival

Folklore business.

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Competition Results

27 July 2015 // Competition

Here are the results of our latest newsletter competition: We have two copies of Ralph Steadman and Ceri Levy’s Nextinction to give away. We asked: Ceri Levy has a long-running column on Caught by the River. What is it called? Many of you answered ‘Shadows and Reflections’ – however, this is a column that many […]

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