Tag Archives: Anthony Nanson

Storytelling and Ecology: Empathy, Enchantment, and Emergence in the Use of Oral Narratives

Storytelling and Ecology, from Bloomsbury Academic, is my first academic monograph. The writing of it – the second draft in particular – was quite an intense experience, since it coincided with the first five months of the pandemic. The concept … Continue reading

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Crafting Utopias – by Kirsty Hartsiotis

It’s a long way from Central Africa to Gloucestershire, but it’s ideas and commitment, not location, that make a utopia. In Anthony Nanson’s Deep Time we are introduced to a number of different communities, some striving for an ideal and … Continue reading

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Deep Time, Deep Love – by Kevan Manwaring

Originally posted on The Bardic Academic:
Saturday 9th May: Deep Time launch, Stroud Saturday saw the culmination of a lifetime’s obsession – the publication of my friend Anthony Nanson’s first novel, Deep Time. This 300 thousand plus word magnum opus Nanson…

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Deep Time and Ecozoa Launch in Bath on 21 May

Helen Moore and I will be at Waterstones Bath on Thursday 21 May to celebrate the publication of our new books: Helen’s acclaimed poetry collection, ECOZOA, and my novel of prehistory, Deep Time. There will be introductions by Richard Kerridge, … Continue reading

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