Robson, Di and Evans, Gareth (ed), Towards Re-Enchantment: Place and Its Meanings (London: Artevents, 2010).
Towards Re-Enchantment: Place and Its Meanings is a unique anthology of original poems and essays from eleven of Britain's finest writers and poets, reflecting on the meaning of 're-enchantment' in reference to a specific place or region of their choosing in the British Isles.
It features many of Britain's finest writers and poets reflecting on the meaning of 're-enchantment', in reference to an actual, particular place or region as they see it. Original and exclusive contributions include:
Essays by: Jay Griffiths, Kathleen Jamie, Richard Mabey, Robert Macfarlane, Jane Rendell, Iain Sinclair, Ken Worpole
Poems from: Elisabeth Bletsoe, Lavinia Greenlaw, Alice Oswald, Robin Robertson
Towards Re-Enchantment: Place and Its Meanings is beautifully produced by leading design agency Fraser Muggeridge Studio as an affordable paperback, and each piece of writing is complemented by original illustration, photography and artwork.
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