ClimateCultures Reviews

We regularly review fiction and non-fiction books as well as events and other resources. Here is an updated list of our reviews to date (most recent posts at the top of each category):


— Fiction

The Gift of Stones, by Jim Crace

Wide Sargasso Sea, by Jean Rhys

Rogue Male, by Geoffrey Household 

Equus, by Peter Shaffer 

The Inheritors, by William Golding 

Grendel, by John Gardner

— Non-fiction

Energetic: Exploring the past, present and future of energy

Pilgrim at Tinker Creek, by Annie Dillard 

Anticipatory history, edited by Caitlin DeSilvey, Simon Naylor & Colin Sackett 


— Exhibitions

Fire & Ice, by Gina Glover & Jessica Rayner and Hilary Mayo: at GroundWork Gallery, King’s Lynn

— Performances

Flood, by James Phillips and produced by Slung Low: at Hull, City of Culture 2017

— Workshops

Conserve? Restore? Rewild? Ecopoetics and Environmental Challenge

ClimateSymphony Lab, by Disobedient: at ArtsAdmin

The Night Breathes Us In, by Dark Mountain Project: at Festival of the Dark, Reading

TV & Radio broadcasts

Into the Wind, by Richard Alwyn: for BBC


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