to Roselle Angwin’s writing website*
poetry, novels, creative non-fiction books
holistic creative writing courses & retreats
The spirit of 28 years of Fire in the Head
words, images, land & the creative process
sister site to: www.thewildways.co.uk
‘Like the philosopher Simone Weil, another great teacher, Angwin is dedicated to encouraging the arts of reading, looking, listening, and of reflection, of really paying attention – arts which can be developed – as input to the writing. And, like her book [Writing the Bright Moment], she is truly an inspiration.’ Katherine Gallagher
The last two opportunities to work with me till next spring are an eco-poetry half-day workshop in Exeter, Devon, on Sunday 10th November 2019; and my next yearlong Tongues in Trees online course that begins at the winter solstice 2019.
Click here for FIRE IN THE HEAD: the what
You can listen to my long Dartmoor poem River Suite here (approx. 12 minutes. Switch off the lights, close your eyes, and let the moor take you.)
A message to those many of you who buy or have bought my books, come to my courses & retreats, or work online with me: just to thank you for your loyalty, kind words & presence over all these years. You are lovely people, & I’m constantly aware of the community of the ‘shaping spirit of imagination’ that we co-create.
*Most of my work now concerns itself with deepening a holistic relationship with the rest of the natural world, a matter of urgency if we want to stop destroying our home. Generally, my ‘way in’, for myself & those who work with me, is the creative process of engagement, exploration, enquiry & expression through writing. All my work is soulwork, in effect. Our relationship with the other-than-human is made more explicit on my other site, The Wild Ways (‘ecosoul: the ecological imagination’).
Please refresh these pages when you visit, as I’m constantly updating and adding to them. If you would like to be informed of new events, you can use the Contact form to send your email address.
‘I am certain of nothing but the holiness of the heart’s affections, and the truth of imagination.’ ~ John Keats
©All material copyright Roselle Angwin, 2019