“In his writing, the forest and the city bleed together. There isn’t this nature/culture divide in his work. He rejects this idea of the forest as rural idyll, and gives us these stories of the forest as a place of work. He talks about how ancient woodlands are managed landscapes over time. He talks a lot about crime, of sexuality, of dead bodies in the forests.” Read more...
Fresh Voices in Nature Writing
Jessica J. Lee,