Field Days - An Anthology of Poetry
Fields and meadows lie near the heart of our understanding of nature. Their essential qualities, and changing character through time and the seasons, have been celebrated over the centuries by poets, who illuminate the real partnership between humankind and nature that fields–the unwritten history of our relationship with the land–represent.
Edited by Angela King and Susan Clifford for Common Ground, with a foreword by Adam Nicolson, this anthology brings together the work of more than ninety poets, ancient and modern, including Wendell Berry, John Betjeman, John Burnside, Helen Dunmore, Ivor Gurney, Seamus Heaney, Elizabeth Jennings, John Keats, Alice Oswald, Kathleen Raine and Walt Whitman.
See separate listings for other titles in this series, The River's Voice and Trees Be Company.