Paul Kingsnorth is a journalist and author. His books include One No, Many Yeses and Real England. Kidland, his first collection of poetry, was published in 2011. In 2009 he co-founded the Dark Mountain project – a call for a literary movement to respond to the ongoing collapse of the world’s ecological and economic certainties
Interviews with Paul Kingsnorth
Paul Kingsnorth, co-founder of the Dark Mountain project, urges the need for uncivilisation: the process of getting beyond our human assumptions, such as the myth of unfailing linear progress. It is about looking at humanity in the wider context of the whole planet, and the imminent ecological crisis.
Interviews where books by Paul Kingsnorth were recommended
What do we talk about when we talk about nature? Almost everything, says the academic and bestselling author of Being a Beast, Charles Foster. Here he selects five of the best works of nature writing in 2019; books that seek to connect us more deeply with the non-human world.