Philip Webb Gregg

Philip Webb Gregg
Name: Philip Webb Gregg
is a ClimateCultures Author

A writer of fiction and non-fiction, focusing primarily on storytelling and eco-criticism to explore the complexities of nature in conflict with the human condition.


I am a writer of fiction and non-fiction, focusing primarily on storytelling and eco-criticism. The central goal is to explore the complexities of nature in conflict with the human condition.

I am a contributor and online editor for The Dark Mountain Project, a publication which seeks to re-author the human narrative. I studied at Cambridge School of Art and I have a 1st in Creative Writing & English Literature. I reside somewhere between the words and the woods.

Philip is one of the members featuring their work as part of the ClimateCultures Quarantine Connection series. We shared his short story What We Find in the Guts of the Bodies that the River Gives Us on Day 2 of the 40-day series. 

Philip’s ClimateCultures posts

Rewilding -- Slantways

Rewilding — Slantways

Writer Philip Webb Gregg shares a new poem exploring rewilding as a sideways step into a stranger world, resisting simplifications of 'progress' and the gains and losses of our current model, even as we seek to change it. Read More
A Personal History of the Anthropocene – Three Objects #12

A Personal History of the Anthropocene – Three Objects #12

Writer Philip Webb Gregg explores being human in the Anthropocene, using three objects that offer to carry, fuel or guide our search for experience and meaning, but whose less subtle qualities have great power to lead us astray. Read More
When Our Roar Was Birdsong

When Our Roar Was Birdsong

Writer Philip Webb Gregg went looking for ways to let nature get to him, and found them on a bushcraft and survival course, with Extinction Rebellion on the streets of London, and in his garden in the city. Read More