The Book is curated by Tim Dee “with an understanding that people and place are entangled at all levels”.
31 authors writing about the natural world today, such as Julia Blackburn or Helen MacDonald, explore “new and enduring cultural landscapes, in a celebration of local distinctiveness”.
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Through the selected passages, we will follow the idea of entanglement, exploring values of the natural world – including the anthropogenic ruins – and what it means to us.
Please rsvp via email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send a selection from the book to those who would like to attend the reading group.
Come and join us with an open mind here:
What: The Reading Club is in English language
Where: Manteuffelstr. 73, 10999 Berlin at Zabriskie – Buchladen für Kultur und Natur
When: Wednesday 14th of March 2018, 19.30 (sharp!)
Why: to be inspired and “reminded of nature’s ability to hold us in the moment, to force us to inhabit the present.”
Contact: Eva-Fiore Kovacovsky (email@example.com) and Sina Ribak (firstname.lastname@example.org)