I’ve published three books over the last eight years – two non-fiction books and a collection of poetry. My first novel will be published in 2013. I’m also editing the ongoing Dark Mountain series. You can read more about all of this below.
My first collection of poetry. It’s an attempt to engage with deep nature, to examine human society from the outside and to strip away some of our false ways of seeing. Salmon Poetry, 2011
I co-edit this series of books from the stables of the Dark Mountain Project, which I founded. It’s about writing new stories for an age in which our old assumptions no longer hold.
A journey though a nation being remade in the interests of big business, Real England is a call to defend the things which make this country special, from street markets to orchards, pubs to waterways, against the forces of corporate homogenisation. Portobello, 2008
My first book – an investigative journey through the heartlands of the ‘anti-globalisation’ movement, from the Zapatista villages of Mexico to the jungles of West Papua, via smalltown America and the biggest ever street protest against the global economy. Free Press, 2003