The Curlew


The Curlew is  non-profit quarterly of fine nature writing and illustration that supports conservation.

Writers and artists come from all over the globe (14 countries so far!), all contributing their work for free to support conservation – even well-known names. The Curlew has been sent to 16 countries and has donated to many organizations and charities.

Well-known contributors include:
Annie Dillard (Pilgrim at Tinker Creek)
Jonathan and Angela Scott (TV's "Big Cat People")
David Shepherd (British wildlife artist)
Gillian Clarke (longest-running National Poet of Wales)
Robert Bateman (Canadian wildlife artist)
Peter Randall-Page (sculptor)
Ben Dearnley (sculptor)
Mary O'Donnell (poet)
Alison Brackenbury (poet)
Patrick Deeley (award-winning Irish writer)
CF Tunnicliffe (bird artist)

The Curlew also publishes not-so-well-known and emerging writers, as well as children.

Collected by The National Poetry Library, the British Library and the National Library of Wales