Editorial by Geoffrey Wain There’s a snake in our eco-paradise according to Richard Smyth in [...]
Editions reviewed:ECOS 24(1), 24(3/4), 26(1), 29(2) Imagine you had the evidence to present to the [...]
Editions reviewed:ECOS 24(1), 24(3/4), 26(1), 29(2) In 2001, and mid-point of this ECOS review period, [...]
What are our reference points for taking a stance on whether something belongs in the [...]
A personal view of what nature writing might break in case of an emergency. Gritty [...]
Jeremy Purseglove Profile Books, 2019, 271 pages £14.99 Hardback, ISBN 9781788161596 Review by James Robertson [...]
Emma Mitchell Michael O’Mara Books, 2019, 192 pages Hbk £14.99 ISBN: 9781789290424 Review by Janet Mackinnon “I [...]
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