The greatest travel and Nature writing explores the islands, capes and coves of our inner and outer landscapes. Acclaimed writer Jan Morris once said travel writers “are recording the effects of places and movements upon their own particular temperaments – recording the experience rather than the event”.

Nature writers do the same.

From Dorothy Wordsworth’s diary entries in the early 1800s to Elizabeth Rush’s 2017 book on climate change, Rising, Nature writing with first-person-singular narrative presence engages the reader more. How to see beyond the surface and write engagingly is ...


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