How would you write about – the nature of a trout as sensed by a fisherman, a magpie if you saw it killing a chick, or two dead badgers at the side of a road?
In conversation with Nadia Kingsley, David Calcutt reads and discusses some of his poems, and how he writes.
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The Maligned Species project is a free online resource and opportunity – involving both ecologists and poets : encouraging poetry-writing on the subject of spiders, frogs, stinging nettles, and grey squirrels – culminating in four poetry ebooks.
Submissions (free) for poetry with a scientific slant, on these four species will be open in January 2016 at www.fairacrepress.co.uk.
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