01 Mar 2019

COUNTRY WALKING MAGAZINE

SPRING ISSUE 2019

 

'Walks That Saved My Life'

25 Feb 2019

FOYLES BLOG

'Elowen's Brother' - Searle talks to us about how, after the tragic loss of their daughter Elowen, he and his wife coped during the period leading up to the birth of their son, and the solace he found in small moments of happiness and love of the natural world.

22 Feb 2019

LONDON REVIEW BOOKSHOP BLOG

'Elowen and The Oak Tree' - How one tree has helped a father cope with the death of his infant daughter.

14 Jan 2019

PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE BLOG

William Henry Searle on tracking wolves: 'They have stirred in me a basic appetite to slow down'. Searle celebrates the quiet moments and conversations that nourish us. He describes his time tracking wolves in the snowy wilds of Sweden, and how it inspired him to escape the routines of life.

14 Jul 2016

EARTHLINES

(ISSUE 15)

NOW CLOSED

EarthLines was a full-colour, thrice-yearly magazine for writing which explores our complex relationship with the natural world. We have a strong focus on place and on the culture and lore of place. EarthLines is challenging, eclectic, multidisciplinary, feisty, gritty, and above all, thoroughly grounded (it was founded on a working croft on the remote far western coast of the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides, and now is published from a small stone cottage by a river in the foothills around Mount Errigal, in Donegal, Ireland).​

28 Mar 2016

BELLEVUE LITERARY REVIEW

(SPRING ISSUE 2016)

The Bellevue Literary Review, founded in 2000, was created as a forum for creatively exploring a broad array of issues in medicine and society, using fiction, nonfiction, and poetry to better understand the nuanced tensions that define our lives both in illness and in health. We are devoted to publishing writing that brings together the perspectives of patients, caregivers, family members, students, healthcare professionals, and the general public, allowing for deeper understanding of others’ experiences. 

01 Jan 2016

RESURGENCE MAGAZINE

Resurgence & Ecologist offers positive perspectives on a range of engaging topics covering ecology, social justice, philosophy, spirituality, sustainable development and the arts - an eclectic mix that cannot be found anywhere else. Resurgence & Ecologist is now firmly established as essential reading throughout the environmental movement. Resurgence & Ecologist is enjoyed by people from all walks of life including environmentalists, politicians, business leaders, academics, activists, teachers, writers and artists.

 

30 Jun 2015

EARTHLINES

(ISSUE 12)

NOW CLOSED

EarthLines was a full-colour, thrice-yearly magazine for writing which explores our complex relationship with the natural world. We have a strong focus on place and on the culture and lore of place. EarthLines is challenging, eclectic, multidisciplinary, feisty, gritty, and above all, thoroughly grounded (it was founded on a working croft on the remote far western coast of the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides, and now is published from a small stone cottage by a river in the foothills around Mount Errigal, in Donegal, Ireland).​

01 Feb 2015

WRITTEN RIVER

 (VOL. 5 ISSUE 2)

Written River is a lit­er­ary jour­nal pub­lished by Hiraeth Press which focuses on poetry and non-fiction prose explor­ing nature and our rela­tion­ship to it. Published as an annual anthol­ogy, we strive to encour­age the dis­ci­pline of eco-poetics and return the voice of the poet to the body of the Earth. Eco-poetics is poetry in which the energy of the ecosys­tem flows through the poem, cre­at­ing a writ­ten river of words which ebbs with the cre­ativ­ity of the entire Earth commun­ity. Written River marks the con­flu­ence of many streams and many voices as they flow back into the nour­ish­ing ground of the water­shed.

21 Dec 2013

THE WAYFARER MAGAZINE

 (Vol. 2 Iss. 4)

The Wayfarer is the literary magazine of Homebound Publications. The journal is released biannually every spring and autumn. We publish a high quality journal of literature and art that inspires and points the way for visionary yet practical change. In each issue we feature writing, original art and photography. We explore the spiritual progression we are currently experiencing as individuals and a global community.hat's it about and what makes it interesting.

31 Jul 2013

THE TRUMPETER

ISSN: 0832-6193 Volume 29, Number 1 (2013) 

The Trumpeter is an environmental journal dedicated to the development of an ecosophy, or wisdom, born of ecological understanding and insight. As such, it serves the deep ecology movement’s commitment to philosophically explore and analyze environmental concerns in light of ecological developments at every relevant level: metaphysics, science, history, politics. Gaining a deeper understanding involves a comprehensive set of criteria that includes analytical rigour, spiritual insight, ethical integrity, and aesthetic appreciation.

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