Foxes Unearthed

30 May 2016 // Books //On Nature

Illustration taken from Issue 2 of Country Bizarre magazine Foxes Unearthed: A Story of Love and Loathing in Modern Britain by Lucy Jones (Elliott & Thompson, 256 pages, hardback. Out now and available here in the Caught by the River shop.) Review by Diva Harris As I walk home from work at dusk, I am […]

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First Light: A Celebration Of Alan Garner

27 May 2016 // Books

First Light: A Celebration Of Alan Garner Edited by Erica Wagner Unbound, 316 pages, out now. Buy a copy here. Review by Ben Myers Alan Garner occupies a unique space in the modern literary world – and as a “a shallow recess, especially one carved or set in a wall” niche is perhaps the correct […]

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All the best mate from your son

26 May 2016 // Books

My Old Man: Tales of Our Fathers edited by Ted Kessler (Canongate, 256 pages, hardback. Out today and available here from the Caught by the River shop.) Review by Mathew Clayton I knew Ted Kessler’s name from the NME in the 1990s, but I never really took any notice of him until he started penning […]

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New Shop Stock

19 May 2016 // Books //Photography //Shop

We’ve just added a lovely selection of bits and bobs to our shop, including John Bevis’s The Keartons: Inventing nature photography, newly released by Uniformbooks. This new and definitive study concerns itself with the lives and partnership of brothers Richard and Cherry Kearton – who took the first ever photograph of a bird’s nest with […]

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Foxes Unearthed: An Extract

19 May 2016 // Books //On Nature

From Foxes Unearthed: A Story of Love and Loathing in Modern Britain. Out today and available from the Caught by the River shop, priced at £14.99. Words: Lucy Jones In a scene from a French manuscript from the end of the thirteenth century or the first quarter of the fourteenth century, a fox stands on […]

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