Jasmine Donahaye & Frieda Hughes: The Language of Birds
- Mon 28 Aug 12:30 - 13:30
- Baillie Gifford West Court
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Two incredible writers help us explore new ways of seeing the natural world. Jasmine Donahaye’s Birdsplaining: A Natural History explains how a wren in the house foretells a death, while crows’ misbehaviour suggests how the ‘natural’ order may be challenged. Poet and painter Frieda Hughes writes a story of love, obsession, and nature as she rescues a chick in George: A Magpie Memoir. Chaired by Amanda Thomson.