Paths are a form of separation between us and modern life. They separate us from traffic. They flow like water to provide us with natural shortcuts and desire lines. They can allow for a continuity of gardens and be good wildlife corridors. They can provide a link to the past and the people who used old routes, providing a touchstone for emotional memory.
When we follow in footsteps, we are in harmony with our ancestors.
Alison Fure is a field ecologist specialising in bats. She is also a walking artist and enjoys showing people new dimensions to their environment.
1 – A little book about Paths – Alison Fure (Sampson Low, 2020)
2 – Maybe, someday – Becca Noel (Independently published)
3 – All The Pretty Lies – Xander Tabb (Independently published)
4 – Nowhere to Arrive – Jenny Xie (Northwestern University Press, 2016)
5 – The Maze To My Heart – Alexis M Romo (Alexis Monique Romo, 2020)
6 – Brood – Kimiko Hahn (Sarabande Books, 2018)
7 – The death of Harold Ladoo – Dennis Lee (Kanchenjunga Press, 1976)
8 – Present Conditions – Joseph Massey (Hollyridge Press, 2018)
9 – Palmistry – Christopher Ringrose (ICOE Press, 2019)
10 – City, Ruby: Poetry – Seth Seong (Independently published)