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Title Arboreal : a collection of new woodland writing / edited by Adrian Cooper.

Published Dorset : Little Toller Books, 2016.
©2016.

Copies

Location Call No. Status
 UniM Cres  820.8036 ARBO    AVAILABLE
1 copy ordered for UniM Cres on 09-11-2016.
Physical description 326 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents Inshriach Inshriach Bothy / Kathleen Jamie Jamie, Kathleen 17 -- Birdsong Hannah's Wood / Jay Griffiths Griffiths, Jay 19 -- Another Look at Glennamong Nephin Beg / Seán Lysaght Lysaght, Seán 29 -- Hidden Places The Lincolnshire Wolds / Fiona Stafford Stafford, Fiona 37 -- Arborotopia New Forest / Philip Hoare Hoare, Philip 42 -- Chanterelles Pankhurst Forest / Evie Wyld Wyld, Evie 53 -- Why Woods Matter Badby Woods / Fiona Reynolds Reynolds, Fiona 67 -- Forest of Eyes Burnham Beeches / Paul Kingsnorth Kingsnorth, Paul 76 -- Speaking Wood Cae'n-y-Coed / David Nash Nash, David 81 -- Princess Forest Coille Na Bana-Phrionnsa / Alec Finlay Finlay, Alec 87 -- Medieval Survivor Chalkney Wood / Simon Leatherdale Leatherdale, Simon 92 -- Don't Look Back Piles Copse / Gabriel Hemery Hemery, Gabriel 97 -- Thinning Kingsettle Wood / Robin Walter Walter, Robin 106 -- Ramsbury Elm Ramsbury Village / Peter Marren Marren, Peter 116 -- Two Storms Tedworth Square / William Boyd Boyd, William 126 -- Sand Forest Tentsmuir Forest / Jim Crumley Crumley, Jim 131 -- Wood Woes Up the Forest! / Sue Clifford Clifford, Sue 139 -- Ash Farnley Estate / Simon Armitage Armitage, Simon 153 -- Nine Oaks Curridge Village / Adam Thorpe Thorpe, Adam 154 -- Trunk Spinney Wood / Jackie Kay Kay, Jackie 156 -- City, Trees, Water Avon Gorge / Helen Dunmore Dunmore, Helen 161 -- Return to Ruskin Land Wyre Forest / Neil Sinden Sinden, Neil 167 -- Heartwood Windsor Hill Wood / Tobias Jones Jones, Tobias 182 -- Cusop Dingle Dulas Brook / Nina Lyon Lyon, Nina 188 -- Gypsy Stone Epping Forest / Will Ashon Ashon, Will 194 -- Green Stuff Wandlebury Wood / Ali Smith Smith, Ali 206 -- Forest Fear Wood of Cree / Sara Maitland Maitland, Sara 212 -- Thwaite Ulpha Fell / Richard Skelton Skelton, Richard 221 -- On the 7.46 Shrewsbury to Crewe / Paul Evans Evans, Paul 225 -- Alison West Sussex Downs / Madeleine Bunting Bunting, Madeleine 233 -- Yggdrasil in Shetland Lea Gardens / Jen Hadfield Hadfield, Jen 237 -- What is a Tree? Stump Cross / Germaine Greer Greer, Germaine 246 -- Laburnum Time B13 / Zaffar Kunial Kunial, Zaffar 256 -- Common Dean The Edge / Alan Garner Garner, Alan 268 -- Searching for Natural Woodland Lady Park / George Peterken Peterken, George 277 -- Woodcock Wicken Fen / Tim Dee Dee, Tim 287 -- Taking Root Moonshine Wood / Piers Taylor Taylor, Piers 294 -- Discovering the Spinney Spinney Wood / Deb Wilenski Wilenski, Deb 303 -- Rackham's Treasure Merthen Wood / Philip Marsden Marsden, Philip 312 -- Still Lives Berkhamsted Common / Richard Mabey Mabey, Richard 321.
Summary A century ago woodlands were at the heart of daily life. Trees and hedgerows, copses and spinneys provided wood-fuel, thatch and bedding, woodland pasture for pigs and cattle, medicine from tree bark and a wild harvest of nuts and fruit for the home. But the role of woodlands has been in decline in the last two centuries, drifting ever further from our modern lives. Yet there is no other landscape in the British Isles that matches the complexity and variety of life in a woodland, above and below ground. And while sheltering wildlife, woods continue to enrich our language, feed our imagination and still have the power to transform us, literally and metaphorically. Woodlands have not only inspired folktales, music, novels, visual art and poetry, they are also finding new uses in healthcare and as outdoor classrooms. Arboreal is a landmark publication of new writing from woodlands across the UK and beyond. In memory of the great historical ecologist Oliver Rackham, the book gathers contributions from a variety of voices - novelists, teachers, poets, botanists, artists, architects and foresters - to explore why woods matter and mean so much.
Other author Cooper, Adrian, 1975- editor.
Subject Forests and forestry -- Great Britain -- Literary collections.
Forests and forestry -- Great Britain.
Forests in literature.
ISBN 9781908213419 (hardback)