Sidney Cooper Gallery, 22-23 St Peter’s Street, Canterbury
I am delighted to be taking part in the Writing Comes Alive festival run by Canterbury Christ Church University. Come and see me get enthusiastic over the marshes. on Tuesday 7th November between 6.00pm and 7.30pm
The woods around Canterbury are dotted with the tents of people sleeping rough but BBC One’s Inside Out programme chose to visit two really interesting examples of enterprising people living outdoors. Homeless is a label that covers a huge range of circumstances but this report shows that, for some people, outdoor living is a life choice.
New Nature is an online magazine aimed at people under thirty who care about wildlife and the countryside. This is exactly the audience I would most like to connect with and be read by (although I’m delighted to be read by everyone) but I do place all my hope in what follows me. Many thanks to Ben Eagle for his great review which you can read here
Great night at Waterstones in Canterbury on Wednesday. Many thanks to Martin for a great interview and all the staff who looked after me. Thanks also to everyone who came and to those who bought a book.
Many thanks to Countryfile magazine for picking On the Marshes as one of their great summer reads. Read the review here
This month I am interviewed by Countryside Voice, the magazine for CPRE. Sorry about the fuzzy screenshot, we all know I am hopeless with technology.
Better late than never. Here are a few photos of Ros Coward and I at Wealden Literary Festival, where we were delighted to get to do our double act in the Garden Tent.