Fire

For readers and viewers of The Perfect Storm, opening this long-awaited new work by Sebastian Junger will be like stepping off the deck of the Andrea Gail and into the inferno of...

Returning Light: 30 Years of Life on Skellig Michael

‘On Skellig Michael, thousands of birds appear and disappear, erecting towers, coming together in wings of movement which build and unravel over the empty sea. Often, no one...

Mud Ajar

In its very speak of twigs, with all of its flies over pies, and for its every rake on a shoulder…here’s a rucksack of poem adventures!Indeed, in its wonder of poems — many...

Science Be Dammed How Ignoring Inconvenient Science Drained the Colorado River

Science Be Dammed is an alarming reminder of the high stakes in the management—and perils in the mismanagement—of water in the western United States. It seems deceptively...

A Poison Like No Other How Microplastics Corrupted Our Planet and Our Bodies

It's in our food, our clothes, and our homes. It's microplastic and it's everywhere—including our own bodies. Scientists are just beginning to discover how these tiny particles...

In Search of One Last Song: Britain’s disappearing birds and the people trying to save them

‘Wonderful and enriching’ Adam Nicolson‘One of my books of the year’ Mark Avery‘A modern pastoral written with intelligence, wit and lyricism’ Cal FlynOur wild places...

Rewilding the Urban Soul Searching for the Wild in the City

Once upon a time, a burnt-out Claire Dunn spent a year living off the grid in a wilderness survival program. Yet love and the possibilities of human connection drew her back to...

Woodsman

Ben Law has lived as a woodsman in Prickly Nut Wood for over 20 years. His authentic, incredible sense of the land and the wildlife, and his respect for age old traditions and how...

Saints of Feather and Fang How the Animals We Love and Fear Connect Us to God

From sheepdogs to wombats to coyotes to jellyfish, animals serve important biological roles in the world. But those who love animals know there's more. We know our connection to...

Should the Tent Be Burning Like That? A Professional Amateur's Guide to the Outdoors

Maybe the best way to explain Bill Heavey's writing is to note that both Ted Nugent and the Wall Street Journal-two entities rarely seen in the same sentence-like it. For more...