Meet the Winners

Meet the Winners

JENNY CHAMARETTE – Q is for Garden Jenny Chamarette is a writer, mentor, researcher and curator/artist living in South East London, where she works out of the studio at the foot of her garden. She is currently a Senior Research Fellow in Art at the University of...
Meet the Winners

Meet the Winners

NEHA SINHA – City of Covid-Trees Neha Sinha is an award-winning conservation biologist. Neha heads Conservation and Policy at Bombay Natural History Society, BirdLife in India. She was chosen for the Australia-India Youth Dialogue as a 2022 delegate and was...
Meet the Winners

Meet the Winners

JOANNA POCOCK – None of This Should Be Here Joanna Pocock is a writer currently living in London. It has since been published in the UK, US and Canada, and has been translated into French and Spanish. Her essay ‘None of this should be here’ is an extract from...
Meet the Winners

Meet the Winners

NICOLA PITCHFORD – A Parable of Arable Land Nicola Pitchford is a British immigrant who lives in Marin County, CA. She has published poetry and literary criticism and studied at Pomona College, the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and the 2018 Rural Writing...
Meet the Winners

Meet the Winners

BEN CRANE – Last Flight of the Goshawk? Ben Crane is a falconer, artist and a self-taught writer. He has travelled extensively learning how diverse cultures work with birds of prey in their localised environment. His writing and photography have appeared in a...
Meet the Winners

Meet the Winners

LAURA COLEMAN – The Fence Laura Coleman is a writer and an artist. She has lived and worked in Bolivia for over a decade, caring for rescued wild animals with the NGO Comunidad Inti Wara Yassi. She is also the founder of ONCA, a Brighton-based arts charity that...
Meet the Winners

Meet the Winners

JENNY CHAMARETTE – Q is for Garden Jenny Chamarette is a writer, mentor, researcher and curator/artist living in South East London, where she works out of the studio at the foot of her garden. She is currently a Senior Research Fellow in Art at the University of...
THANK YOU

THANK YOU

Thank you to everyone who has shared with us in this endeavour so far. We know it is always said on these occasions that the standard was high and the choice difficult, but it was true. All the readers and judges remarked on this independently of each other, and all...
ANNOUNCING THE INAUGURAL NATURE CHRONICLES PRIZE LONGLIST

ANNOUNCING THE INAUGURAL NATURE CHRONICLES PRIZE LONGLIST

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF THE FOLLOWING Nicola Pitchford  ‘A Parable of Arable Land’ | Paula Hillman ‘Anthem to My Hometown’ | Kerry Andrew  ‘The Story Fox’ | Joanna Pocock  ‘None of This Should Be Here’ | Nicola Healey ...
Prizegiving tickets are now available

Prizegiving tickets are now available

Join us at the Kendal Mountain Literature Festival on 17th November 2022 as we announce and celebrate the first winners of the prestigious Nature Chronicles Prize. Tickets for this free event are now available. Booking essential