I have been awarded the Gaston Bachelard Scholarship to study an MA at Dartington College of Arts.
Articles by Sara Hudston
Review of Our House is on Fire and No One Is Too Small To Make A Difference in the TLS.
Within hours, ants were seething over what looked like a heap of nude baked beans.
It began in March, when the buff-tailed queens emerged from hibernation, zigzagging from bloom to bloom.
Some thoughts about being locked into place, written from Little Toller Books’ blog, The Clearing, in April 2020.
Citizen science projects have found that yellowhammers end their song according to regional “accents”.
Review for the TLS of The Way Through the Woods: Of Mushrooms and Mourning by Long Litt Woon.
On a sunny day three Februarys ago, I squashed the ripe berries on to an apple tree branch. That March, crooked shoots emerged.
The hillfort racecourse at Lambert’s Castle hasn’t been in use since the 1950s, but legend dates it back to the Romans.