Archive

Talks & readings:

16th March 2018 - 'Words by the Water Festival', Keswick, Cumbria
17th November 2017 - Kendal Mountain Festival, Cumbria
26th September 2017 - Wigtown Book Festival
16th August 2017 - Edinburgh International Book Festival www.theedinburghreporter.co.uk
27th October 2016 - Dorchester Arts, 'A Wessex Autumn'
3rd March 2015 - Poole Central Library
24th February 2015 - Sherborne Library, Dorset
12th November 2014 - Bridport Literary Festival
6th November 2014 - Wimborne Literary Festival
15th October 2014 - Mere Literary Festival
18th September 2014 - Dorchester County Museum
26th July 2014 - 21st International Thomas Hardy Conference, Dorchester
16th July 2014 - Frome Literary Festival
11th July 2014 - West Meon Festival of Books, Hampshire
17th April 2014 - Brendon Books, Taunton
16th April 2014 - Winstone Books, Sherborne
3rd March 2014 - Topping & Co. Bookseller's, Bath
26th November 2013 - University of St. Mark & St. John, Plymouth

Also:

30th April 2018 - Christopher's essay, 'Entanglement', published in 'The Clearing', Little Toller's online magazine of natural history writing: www.littletoller.co.uk

6th April 2018 - Christopher's essay 'In the slow zone', about the work of the sculptor Tim Harrisson, published in the catalogue of Harrisson's exhibition at Messum's, Tisbury, Wilts.

30th December 2017 - In The Guardian, a brief account of a winter walk in the New Forest. www.theguardian.com

16th November 2017 - Short story 'Living' published in 'New Networks for Nature' pamphlet.

1st November 2017 - 'Winter' published in Spanish - 'Invierno' by Gatopardo Ediciones, translated by Catalina Martínez Muñoz.

23rd September 2017 Short pieces in The Guardian on Salisbury, and Kimmeridge, Dorset

9th September 2017 - In the Travel section of The Guardian, a feature article by Christopher about his love for the Scottish Highlands. .... www.theguardian.com/travel

2nd September 2017 - In The Wall Street Journal, U.S. novelist and National Book Award winner Lily Tuck lists her top 5 novels of all time about first and second wives. 'Winter' is on the list, along with Daphne du Maurier's 'Rebecca' and Charlotte Bronte's 'Jane Eyre'.

24th May 2017 - 'Among the summer snows' mentioned in the Guardian Country Diary, 'The white pulse of May illuminates the lanes'. www.theguardian.com

30th May 2014 - 'Why novelists have a duty of care to the past', Jonathan Smith, 'New Statesman', discusses 'Winter'. www.newstatesman.com/culture/

19th January 2014 - interview about 'Winter' with Christopher Nicholson, on BBC Radio 4's 'Open Book'. To hear the interview, click on: www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer

18th January 2014 - feature article by Christopher about Cranborne Chase, in 'The Scotsman'. www.google.co.uk

May 2013 short story, 'Mr. Cunningham and the motor-car' - a tale of 1960s suburbia - on the Supposed Histories Project www.vimeo.com

2011 - Greg Garrard, 'Ecocriticism' (2011), pp. 159-160, discusses 'The Elephant Keeper' www.books.google.co.uk