We have received a copy of Apples and Other Languages by Camilla Nelson (published by KFS) and we're looking for a reviewer. Please contact Chris Fremantle with examples of your reviewing and a brief bio. We'd appreciate expressions of interest by 17 April.
We're looking for someone to review Exchange by Chris Drury and Kay Syrad. From Chris Drury's website, "Exchange was produced in collaboration with Kay Syrad and was commissioned by Cape Farewell to look at sustainable ways of living and farming in relation to three farms in Sydling St Nicholas and Godmanston, West Dorset. The two... Continue Reading →
THE SOIL IN return for her service keeps the tree tied to her, the sky asks nothing and leaves it free. Fireflies, Rabindranath Tagore Liz Adamson asked us to share that Professor Bashabi Fraser and Christine Kupfer are launching a new online journal called Gitanjali and Beyond, as part of their work at the Scottish Centre... Continue Reading →
Alec Finlay recently announced the publication of ebban an' flowan: a poetic primer on marine renewable energy. More information below: ebban an' flowan a primer for marine renewable energy Alec Finlay and Laura Watts, with Alistair Peebles pb, 56 pages, morning star, 2015; edition of 500 copies Ebban an’ flowan is the world’s first poetic... Continue Reading →
The creative team at EAFS needed help this year and ecoartscotland provided some editorial support for the newspaper and an essay on art and ecology as voluntary contributions. EAFS is an incredibly important development in Scotland (as was the UNFIX festival this year, also delivered by voluntary effort). The essay below attempts to highlight some... Continue Reading →
A panel of Foresters (2pm Saturday 16 May, Summerhall, Edinburgh), perhaps a Glossary might be in order (thanks to Robert Macfarlane and his new book Landmarks for the idea and the resources). Forestry Commission Research Glossary. (Page to a letter, i.e. not particularly good for browsing). Royal Forestry Society Glossary. (Some terms and some links... Continue Reading →