Nature & Travel Writing
Facilitator: Stephen Moss & Gail Simmons
This talk will be delivered via Zoom and streamed live to our Facebook and YouTube. It is brought to you purely through gift economy. Donations are welcome! To send your gift, click here and be sure to add the note “wordsmith”.
Event time: Tue 8th Dec 2020 at 7:00pm - Tue 8th Dec 2020 at 8:00pm
Conversations That Matter
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How to Register
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The event will be held in real time with the tutor via the Zoom platform and live streamed to our Facebook and YouTube pages.
Sign up to the Zoom platform is free. You will need a laptop, computer, tablet or a smartphone connected to the internet.
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Stephen Moss is a naturalist, broadcaster and nature writer, based in Somerset, who has travelled to all the world’s seven continents in search of wildlife. He was the founding Series Producer of the BBC series Springwatch, and has written a wide range of books on British birds and other wildlife, including The Accidental Countryside, Wild Hares and Hummingbirds, and biographies of the Robin and the Wren. Stephen teaches an low-residency MA in Travel and Nature Writing at Bath Spa University.Visit Tutor's Website
Gail Simmons has written about travel, landscape and place for many UK publications including The Guardian, The Telegraph and Wanderlust, and has broadcast on BBC’s Excess Baggage, From Our Own Correspondent and Woman’s Hour.
Before becoming a writer Gail pursued a varied career that included working in a Cumbrian castle, listing buildings for English Heritage and leading walking trips in Italy and the Middle East. In 2016 she completed a PhD in creative writing and in 2019 published her first book, The Country of Larks, which was shortlisted for the Edward Stanford Travel Book Awards. She co-teaches the MA in Travel & Nature Writing at Bath Spa University.Visit Tutor's Website