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The Waterstones Podcast - Trespassing

Posted on 10th August 2020 by Mark Skinner

Your chance to hear authors going beyond the book to talk about the themes and ideas that obsess us all.

Trespassing

A love of the natural world has always suffused the graphic novels of Nick Hayes but his latest book takes things even further as he trespasses the English countryside in order to explore the limits and absurdities of the property law that excludes us from much of the country we live in. As lockdown eases and we yearn to get out again, we spoke to him about the importance of making that connection with nature and what we can do to ensure that we all have access to it.

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Investigating the vast swathes of land currently forbidden to the general public, Hayes's passionately argued book is both a call to trespass and a wholesale re-evaluation of ownership and privilege.
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Through intensely intricate illustration, Hayes brings both the hugely influential folk singer and the dustbowl era he encapsulated to vividly imagined life.
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This spellbinding story told solely in pictures takes a chance encounter by a lake and transforms it into a stunningly illustrated hymn to connection and the natural world.
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