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Under African Skies by Jini Reddy

England was the country of my birth, but my parents, who were of Indian descent, were born in South Africa.

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The Blasted Heath: loss and lawlessness in Middlesex by Jon Woolcott

Amongst a tangle of roads, a little blue sign declares a bike path: “Heathrow Airport: ½ mile.” Who on earth rides to Heathrow? Today, I do.

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Anthropocene TV by Adam Scovell

A sense of collapse more than change is at the heart of many of these dramas, perhaps suggesting that the melodramatic turn of such environmental catastrophe has made it seem too big, incomprehensible or unsolvable to avert.

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A Year in Kingcombe by Anita Roy: September

The world was alive, rushing and swooping along with the last three swifts of summer like skipping stones across a green and storm-tossed sea.

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