‘Growing food on the green world: J. H. Prynne’s agro-chemical pastoral in the Vale of Tintern’, article in Green Letters: Studies in Ecocriticism (Autumn 2018)
Abstract: (to download one of 50 free e-prints go here). This article reads the poetry of J. H. Prynne of the early- to mid-1970s through an ecocritical lens, arguing that … Continue reading
What is a sheep – a source of revenue, an organic and self-renewable resource, a grazing unit, a system of biochemical transfer leading to patterns of muscle and fat development, … Continue reading
Doing this on Friday at Birkbeck, with really good people & hugely looking forward to it. Will be talking/reading/presenting on ‘Pastoral, Paths, Trespass…’ All are welcome!
This Christmas I was invited by Natalie Joelle to design and co-convene as visiting lecturer a course at Morley College (a venerable adult education institution in Lambeth with Bawden and … Continue reading