An interview by Justin Hopper with author and artist Angus Carlyle.
We spoke about his books of let’s-call-them-air-quotes-Nature-Writing that both reflect his lifelong love of the genre and some of the conflicts at its heart. About running through the downs at night. About nature writing and indices, and mental health, and hangovers, and about the dadaist bureaucracy through which he approaches the natural world.
There are a few technical glitches in these recordings. Please take these as they are - cracks, through which the light gets in.
(Host Justin Hopper has a website, too)
Music by Teleplasmiste
Title sounds by The Belbury Poly courtesy Ghost Box Records
Icons by Stefan Musgrove / Firebrand Creative