The Fat of the Land

10 February 2017 // Books //Nature Book Reader

This week, Little Toller published its brand new edition of The Fat of the Land – John Seymour’s seminal guide to self-sufficiency, first published in 1961. This new edition comes complete with Sally Seymour’s original illustrations, a foreword by Anne Seymour, and a new introduction by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. You can buy a copy here. More […]

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Nature Book Reader Update

30 April 2016 // Nature Book Reader

The lovely little compilation of reading recommendations we refer to as the Nature Book Reader has just been updated. We’ve added new entries from Laura Cannell, Kate Feld, Nick Morgan, Kevin Parr and Anna Wood. Read Anna’s contribution below for a taste of what the Nature Book Reader has to offer. One of my favourite […]

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Nature Book Reader Update

11 October 2015 // Nature Book Reader

The Caught by the River Nature Book Reader has been updated with another spate of entries. We’ve added contributions from Karen Lloyd, Sally Huband, Emma Warren, Garrett Fallon, Jon Gower, Nina Lyon, Paul Evans, Richard Carter and Sarah Thomas. If you’re after some recommendations for new reading material, then look no further. You’ll find the […]

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Nature Book Reader Update

27 June 2015 // Nature Book Reader

It’s been a while but the Caught by the River Nature Book Reader has at last been refreshed and updated. After a long period of neglect it’s good to announce that new contributions from, among others, Sue Brooks, David Callahan, Phillip Hoare and Helen Macdonald have been added to the archive. We’re back on it […]

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The Caught by the River Nature Book Reader

30 November 2013 // Books //Nature Book Reader

For All Those Left Behind (Mainstream Publishing, 2002) John Andrews Nominated by Mathew Clayton. This morning at 8am I walked through the unlovely 1960s estate where I live to catch the bus into Lewes. The sky was battleship grey and it looked like someone had strung a giant net curtain in front of the South […]

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