‘A new anthology that explores the many strands of what woodlands mean to us . . .
With Arboreal, Common Ground and Little Toller plan to revive public interest in woodlands with this anthology, combining essays from a variety of contributors – novelists, botanists, artists, architects, foresters – to explore why these landscapes still matter and mean so much.
Contributors include: Richard Mabey, Germaine Greer, Ali Smith, Simon Armitage, George Peterken, Paul Kingsnorth, Paul Evans, Richard Skelton, Tobias Jones, Jay Griffiths, Peter Marren, Madeleine Bunting, Kathleen Jamie, William Boyd, Tim Dee, Evie Wyld and more.
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