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Beyond Spring in Guardian’s Travel supplement and Guardian bookshop

Here is the article from Saturday’s Guardian Travel supplement – minus, apologies, their magnificent pictures – but with the Beyond Spring front and back covers to compensate! Hopefully spring really is around the corner now! Nadia x More seasonal walks in Britain, chosen by Matthew Oates  from The Guardian Travel Saturday, March 17th 2018 ‘Spring […]

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Thanks and Congrats to the Winners!!

The results for the BBC Countryfile magazine awards are in.. You can read them here Thank you everyone who voted for Matthew Oates’ Beyond Spring to be Country Book of the Year! It wasn’t to be – and I don’t think any of us were expecting it to carry off this coveted award – as […]

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Beyond Spring review in TLS

An extract from a review in the Times Literary Supplement today! Matthew sent me a photo from the review and I have transcribed parts below… Nadia x   Matthew Oates, by contrast, is a fully authentic naturalist who is scarcely packaged at all. His book consists in a series of wonderful effusions – about places, […]

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Last chance to #VoteOates!!

Hi everyone! The BBC Countryfile magazine awards voting system CLOSES on 5th March! Perhaps you are snowed in or just need to be reminded of spring? If so read here a free sample PDF of the book For details, endorsements, reviews of the book go here If you like what you read please vote BEYOND […]

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#MeToo Poetry Anthology launches on International Women’s Day, March 8th

Fair Acre Press is humbly proud to be publishing the anthology edited by Deborah Alma  #MeToo – rallying against sexual assault and harrassment: A women’s poetry anthology   which is published on 8th March 2018 – International Women’s Day The #MeToo social media phenomenon, as you will know, started/ restarted when several women came out into the open […]

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DIVERSIFLY podcast #7: Gillian Clarke

Welcome to the last-but-not-least of 7 podcasts from the DIVERSIFLY project. As Gillian Clarke brought her first collection out in the Nineteen Seventies I decided to throw the tricky question of what is poetry at her feet. This, and all her answers reflect her generous generous core and great passion for the Natural World, and […]

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