A special anthology of tree and nature poems by Gabriel Hemery, featuring writing selected from published books, social media, and public performances, together with many new pieces published for the first time. From an epic poem, to a ten-word short story, this collection of 30 titles will delight anyone passionate about the natural world and awed by the power of the written word.
Codrina, the greatest mortal of all time, was born a humble woodsman’s daughter. Pursued by the ultimate darkness, the young girl is powerless, except for her budding green talent. This is a story of her struggle against evil as she befriends a great wolf, undertakes a perilous journey, and learns to harness the power of nature. Once buried in ancient scriptures, this brave retelling reveals the truths behind the creation of our most celebrated legend.
A collection of 18 extraordinary multi-genre tales exploring our relationship with the natural world.
‘Hemery has the scientist’s eye for detail and the writer’s ear for words.’ Living Woods
‘A captivating collection of tree tales – even better than the last anthology, if that were possible!’ Goodreads review
This is an intriguing collection of stories … I recommend this book, both for tree-lovers and for anyone who appreciates a quirky collection of tales. Robin Walter, Author.
‘A delightfully eclectic collection of stories’. Goodreads review
A collection of 25 extraordinary tales exploring the natural world and our relationship with trees.
‘Overflowing with literary invention, scientific detail and philosophy.’ Living Woods Magazine
‘A captivating, moving and thought-provoking collection that will appeal to readers of all ages and genres from fairy tale to science fiction.’ Goodreads review
‘A wonderful book that explores the natural world, the cycle of life and our relationship with trees and wildlife.’ The Tree Council
‘I recommend this book: those who love trees will see them in several new lights; those who like stories will find a rich array of narratives.’ Goodreads review
A fictional biography, based on the epic true story of a Victorian plant hunter.
‘Beguiling . . . fascinating.’ Daily Mail
‘A masterly told story of a noble quest against fearsome challenges.’ Orsmby Review
‘A wonderful book! . . . a really remarkable combination of research, detective work, botanical expertise and imaginative writing.’ Fiona Stafford