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ABOUT the author

Paul Kingsnorth is the author of Savage GodsConfessions of a Recovering Environmentalist, Beastand The Wake, which was longlisted for the Man Booker Prize, as well as additional works of non-fiction and poetry. His journalism has appeared in The Guardian, Independent, Daily Telegraph, Daily Mail, Le Monde Internationale, New Statesman, Orion, The London Review of Books, and elsewhere. He is co-founder of the Dark Mountain Project, a global network of writers, artists, and thinkers in search of new stories for a world on the brink. He lives with his family in Ireland.
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Website: paulkingsnorth.net/oaqs
Facebook: Paul Kingsnorth


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"Savage Gods is a beautiful, intelligent, extremely poetic book about a writer dissecting his thoughts and feelings on the page without the protective layer of fiction."
—Gabino Iglesias, NPR

 


Interviews
READ:
The Nation profile of writer Paul Kingsnorth | 1/11/2010
"Paul Kingsnorth’s novels and essays capture an England coming apart": Christopher de Bellaigue profiles Paul Kingsnorth.

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