Calling all book lovers


We seem to be living through a golden age of nature writing, which is an encouraging sign – Waterstones list more than 50 titles dealing with nature and natural history, and the bookshop tables were positively groaning with Christmas gift suggestions reflecting this upsurge of interest in wildlife, rambling and untamed places.

Keeping pace with that monthly flurry of new titles is pretty hard, even for avid readers, so we are very keen to hear your recommendations and publish more detailed submissions from guest reviewers, particularly about new books hitting the shelves in 2018 as well as old favourites – like Chris Packham’s Fingers In The Sparkle Jar, which The Guardian’s Stephen Moss named as his book of the year for 2016, or Blue Planet II, the fascinating hardback accompanying David Attenborough’s extraordinary 2017 TV series chronicling the natural history of the oceans.


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