Natasha Carthew is a working class country writer from Cornwall. She has written all her books outside, either in the fields and woodland that surround her home or in the cabin that she built from scrap wood. She has written two books of poetry, as well as three novels for young adults; Winter Damage, The Light That Gets Lost and Only the Ocean, all for Bloomsbury. Her latest literary fiction for adults, All Rivers Run Free, has just published in Paperback with Riverrun/Quercus. She has appeared at many festivals throughout the country and had written on the subject of wild writing and working class rural issues for several publications including the Writers’ & Artists’ Yearbook, Eco-fiction, TripFiction, the Guardian, Project Twist-It, The Big Issue and the Dark Mountain Project. She’s currently touring the UK with her WRITING THE WILD TOUR (see #writingthewildtour / @natashacarthew for details).
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