“Rambunctious Garden” by Emma Marris

, July 6, 2017

Published in 2011, Emma Marris’ Rambunctious Garden: Saving Nature in a Post-Wild World makes a controversial contribution to the canon of environmental literature. Through a series of case studies, Marris sustains … Read more

“Born to Run” – Chris McDougall

, February 12, 2016

Chris McDougall’s classic investigation of the Tarahumara is a must-read for any endurance runner, or in fact runners of all distances. McDougall ventures into Mexico’s Copper Canyon to seek out … Read more

“Alone on the Wall” – Alex Honnold

, November 23, 2015

During his rapid rise to world-class climbing, free soloist Alex Honnold has fought hard to maintain credibility for his craft while repeatedly rebutting opponents who consider his lifestyle to be wildly miscalculated. … Read more

“Running Free”- Richard Askwith

, September 15, 2015

The commercialisation of running has prompted a number of new debates, from the corruption of our primordial connection with movement to the environmental and social degradation caused by the industry. From … Read more

The Wainwright Prize 2015

, April 15, 2015

Now in its second year, the Thwaites Wainwright Prize celebrates the best of British nature and travel writing from the twelve months. The illustrious Lancastrian brewer isn’t the only company to … Read more