As a child, I lived in dread of jellyfish. As an adult, my horror turned to wonderment, love and awe.
Since its publication in 1967, The Peregrine has been celebrated as the “gold standard” of nature writing, counting Werner Herzog amongst its devoted fans.
Hope and terror on a winter walk.
The award-winning writer's winter reflection.
Every year, the hedgerows are quieter. The author of H is for Hawk mourns the loss of the spring birds – and issues a warning for the future.
The winner of this year’s Samuel Johnson Prize for her book H is for Hawk chronicles a life-changing week.