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Herbaceous is a journey which follows the colour pulse of plants throughout the year, searching for new rhythms in a changing world. Herbaceous is gardening with words. It is a book of audacious botany and poetic vision which asks us to look anew at our relationship with plants and celebrates their power to nourish the human spirit.
A Folio Anthology Edited by Sue Bradbury Preface by Paul Evans and illustrated by Petra Borner A unique collection of poetry and prose, beautifully bound and illustrated with newly commissioned artwork. Published in series with Winter: A Folio Anthology.
Anthology Bringing together the finest, and best-known, names in contemporary writing, a new anthology that explores the many strands of what woodlands mean to us. A landmark publication, it will appeal widely to many readers. Contributors include: Richard Mabey, Germaine Greer, Ali Smith, Simon Armitage, Paul Kingsnorth, Paul Evans, Richard Skelton, Tobias Hill, Jay Griffiths, Peter Marren, Rob Penn, Madeleine Bunting, Kathleen Jamie, William Boyd, Tim Dee, Evie Wyld, etc.
A journey through Britain's in-between spaces such as strandlines, mudflats, cliff tops and caves – where one wilderness is on the verge of becoming another and all things are possible. Here, Evans searches out wildlife and plants to reveal a Nature that is inspiring yet intimidating; miraculous yet mundane; part sacred space, part wasteland.....
Nearest Earthly Place To Paradise Shropshire has inspired many writers over the centuries: rolling fields and meadows, dramatic wild hills and moors, traditional market towns, a patchwork of copses and hedgerows, bleak and beautiful mountains. Paul Evans contributes a piece inspired by Bury Ditches, an ancient hill fort near Clun, photographed by Geoff Taylor.
The Bedside Guardian
2013 Anthology Paul Evans contributes an autumnal country diary on the comma butterfly to this year's Guardian collection in all its eclectic and idiosyncratic glory. This is a beautifully produced collection for all fans of intelligent, world-class journalism.
The Bedside Guardian 2013
Anthology Whatever the news, Guardian writers were there, every step of the way, with their unique and incisive takes on the events of the year. The 61st annual Bedside Guardian includes some of their best articles from around the world. Witty, quirky, original, passionate .... 23 Nov 2012
The Living Edge
Anthology Paul Evans contributes the introduction and seasonal chapters to the story of Wenlock Edge as a living entity. Written by experts in various fields, this is the story of the Edge wrought rough by nature and by man, laid down, cast up, cut down, quarried out, healed over. Sheltered under, passed along, viewed from, dwelt upon; it has also been a place of toil, occupation, reflection .....
Anthology Paul Evans contributes an essay on the vanishing language of Lost Places for this diverse and entertaining collection of writing examining and celebrating the British Countryside, from falconry to foraging and from the musings of a nighttime angler to tips for seasonal drinking.
Anthology Paul Evans contributes an essay inspired by the birds of the Scottish island of Islay. Nature Tales is a charming collection of encounters with the natural world including beautifully drawn illustrations and a foreword from Sir David Attenborough - a captivating celebration of Britain's wildlife and countryside.
A poetic and artistic guide to the butterflies of Shropshire. A full colour hardback book with 75 poems and 69 images: a total of 66 contributors, including Gillian Clarke, Mario Petrucci and Roger Garfitt. Also prose pieces by experts and authors such as Katherine Swift, Paul Evans, Eleanor Cooke, Adrian Riley and Matthew Oates. It is edited by Nadia Kingsley who has published this book under Fair Acre Press. Money from each book sold will be donated to the charity Butterfly-Conservation.
Wenlock Poetry Festival Anthology for 2011. Featuring the work of all 33 poets appearing at this years festival, the anthology includes poems by Carol Ann Duffy, patron of the Wenlock Poetry Festival, Andrew Motion, Simon Armitage, Paul Evans and Jo Shapcott. Published April 2011.
The Guardian Book Of The Countryside
Of The Countryside Paul Evans contributes a piece about heathland restoration in this timely reminder of just how much the British countryside has endured over the last 200 years.
Wartime Country Diaries
Anthology Paul Evans contributes diaries inspired by the hillfort of Nordy Bank, autumnal fires and a goldcrest to the less familiar story of how international struggles managed to reach into the quietest corners of the British countryside. From Battle of Britain vapour trails looping over summer cornfields and affecting local hawks and waterfowl to the lone ringed bird who limped in from invaded Czechoslovakia, diarists note down and discuss the momentous change".
Wild Life Art
Halcyon Gallery,. (30 July 2010) Sporting Life , London, Halcyon Gallery. "...A collection of paintings and sculpture with a passion for wildlife...Anyone interested in field sports as well as every one who cares about wildlife conservation, outdoor pursuits and wonderful landscapes will find here art that is inspired and inspiring." Paul Evans
Wild Life Art
Halcyon Gallery,. (7 Aug 2010) Wild Life - The Value of Wild Nature, London, Halcyon Gallery. Wild Life & Sporting Life Predator & Prey - Balance in Nature, introduction by Paul Evans "...A collection of paintings and sculpture with a passion for wildlife...Anyone interested in field sports as well as every one who cares about wildlife conservation, outdoor pursuits and wonderful landscapes will find here art that is inspired and inspiring." Paul Evans Keywords
On The Edge
Alan M Hunt Paul Evans writes the story of acclaimed wildlife artist Alan Hunt in a book published by the Halcyon Gallery in 2006 which focusses on his big cat paintings and conservation work.
A Gleaming Landscape Anthology
Anthology Paul Evans contributes country diaries to a collection which commemorates, in 2006, the Guardian's much loved Country Diary column reaching a hundred years old. To commemorate the anniversary, Martin Wainwright has compiled a collection of the best of a century's writing.
The Origins of Everyday Things
of Everyday Things Binney, R, Davies, K, Johnson, C, Lawson, P, Moisy, M,. (21 June 1989) Origins of Everyday Things. Readers Digest. From the languages we speak and the cars we drive to the sports we play, this incredible reference book reveals the extraordinary secrets behind the origins of everyday things we take for granted.