A Story of Place & MigrationShalimar tells the story of Quinlivan’s Anglo-Asian family whose extraordinary mythology haunts her own sense of time and place over the course of ten years and seven house moves through England, finally settling in rural Devon with a young family of her own.
SHALIMAR by Davina Quinlivan
ESSAYS ON MORTALITY AND EXTINCTION
Jay Griffiths‘Written with both erudite ire and a longing soul, this is a work of a beautiful mind’
Aurochs and Auks by John Burnside
The four books in the Richard Mabey Library: Beechcombings, The Unofficial Countryside, Nature Cure and Gilbert White, presented in a wibalin slipcase, in a special, highly collectable, limited edition.
Published to celebrate the many achievements of the great naturalist and writer.
The Richard Mabey Library
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‘A book of plangent beauty and longing.’ Anthony Quinn, The Observer’ ‘A stunningly beautiful book about the ways time, memory and life shape and change cities, families and all of us.’
Costa 2020 Biography Award judges Ghost Town by Jeff Young
‘An exquisite unfolding of the truths of language and the human heart.’ Jay Griffiths‘Both playful and serious, this memoir looks deep into the long field that separates and unites us, placing it squarely in a geography of love.’ Gwyneth LewisThe Long Field by Pamela Petro
BY ROBIN WALTER
LIVING WITH TREES
People around the UK are redefining their relationship with trees and woods in the twenty-first century – in healthcare, education, ecology, art, architecture, conservation, rewilding – the book demonstrates how caring for trees and woods enhances local biodiversity, community cohesion and well-being.
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