“We live in an age where everything is being determined by the activities of just one soft-skinned, warm-blooded, short-lived, pedestrian species. How, then, should we live in the ruins that we have made?
In this anthology, some of our finest writers set out to answer this question as they explore new and enduring cultural landscapes. We have memories of childhood homes from Helen Macdonald and Sean O’Brien; we journey with John Burnside to the Arizona desert and with Hugh Brody to the Canadian Arctic; and we move from Tessa Hadley’s hymn to her London garden to shell-collecting on a Suffolk beach with Julia Blackburn.”
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