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The Easternmost Sky

Adapting to Change in the 21st Century

Juliet Blaxland

The Easternmost Sky by Juliet Blaxland

Shortlisted for the East Anglian Book Awards 2021

The Easternmost Sky is part memoir, part elegy and part warning.

It was written on the Suffolk coast, in a place known for its farmland, nature reserves and the fastest coastal erosion in Europe. By exploring how climate change and social change are already affecting this agriculturally important part of the world, it is possible to imagine a very different landscape, to glimpse the future and to understand how these changes will affect us all.

RRP: £14.99
Format: Hardback
ISBN: 9781913207564
Publication Date: 24/06/2021

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Juliet Blaxland
Juliet Blaxland is an architect, author, cartoonist and illustrator. She is the author and illustrator of twelve children’s books, and a prize-winning photographer. She grew up in a remote part...

Reviews

‘Engaging... Blaxland is an acute observer, steeped in the ways of the countryside, its communities, and its traditions.’

Richard Hopton, Country & Town House

‘Thought provoking.’

Lesley Dolphin, BBC Radio Suffolk

‘The author writes beautifully about her life in this small extremity.’

Country Life

‘A joy to read.’

Ben Eagle

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The Easternmost Sky: An interview with Juliet Blaxland

To celebrate publication of The Easternmost Sky, we're delighted to share this Q&A with author Juliet Blaxland. Her new book is now available online and from all good bookshops.Your new...