Thursday 5 March 10:00 - 11.30
Join outdoor writer Natasha Carthew for her Nature Writing in Non-Fiction Workshop, where she hopes to engage with local writers by encouraging you to connect with your environment and inspire you to engage in nature, finding different ways of thinking about wildlife and the landscape that we live in through curiosity, creativity and multi-sensory practice.
Nature Writing goes deep beneath the core of what it is to live in the UK today and Natasha’s workshop will explore issues including personal observations, local history, memory, philosophical reflections, geography and environmental issues, whilst connecting with the wild places that surround us no matter where we live.

We will meet outside Custom House. Please wear warm clothes and bring a notepad and pens/pencils. Booking is advisable.


Natasha Carthew is an award winning Writer from Cornwall who has written all her books outside. She has written two books of poetry, three acclaimed novels for young adults (all published with Bloomsbury) her latest literary adult fiction, All Rivers Run Free is published with Riverrun/Quercus and Audible. Her new book Song for the Forgotten publishes with National Trust Books 2020.

Natasha has written extensively on the subject of Eco-Fiction and Wild Writing for several publications/programmes, including Writers’ & Artists’ Yearbook, BBC Radio 3, BBC Radio 4, The Guardian, The Big Issue and the Dark Mountain Project. In 2020 she will be touring with the ‘Fire and the Flood Tour’ travelling the UK/Ireland discussing Eco/GriltLit themes and issues in literature and reading from her new work. Natasha is represented by Lutyens & Rubinstein, London.