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WILDERLAND – is a critical success!

I must say I didn’t know the post-publishing part of bookmaking could be so pleasurable. But as I read Andrew Fusek Peters’ charming story on the Spotted Flycatcher in this month’s The Countryman magazine, and flick to its Review pages to read their review which couldn’t BE more praising – I do feel I have a sixth sense […]

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Five Star Review for Wilderland

Amateur Photographer is the world’s oldest consumer weekly photographic magazine, first published in October 1884. They have given WILDERLAND : wildlife and wonder from the Shropshire Borders a five star review. This is what they say: THERE has been a boom in photographers and writers taking flight from urban life to reconnect with Britain’s natural […]

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Waterstones Birmingham stocks our books!

If you walk a short way from New Street Station in Birmingham to 24-26 High Street – you will find a gorgeous bookshop: Waterstones I was so surprised and delighted by it – no wonder they have over twenty thousand people visiting the shop EVERY week. (This branch opened a year ago) It has six […]

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Wilderland Launches

  It was wonderful to see a packed house at the book launch of Wilderland: wildlife and wonder from the Shropshire Borders – at Wenlock Poetry Festival 2016 From the start there were gasps and mutters of “beautiful”, “astonishing”, “extraordinary”; there was laughter, and there was stillness – as Andrew Fusek Peters talked us through photographs, […]

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Podcast on Andrew Fusek Peters

  Welcome ! Here is a podcast with poet Andrew Fusek Peters. How would you write about – a blackbird, a hare or write a poem about knitting that at its heart is about the environment? Andrew tells us how he approaches a subject, reads poems about a heron and a salmon, and reveals how […]

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