Adam Weymouth

Genres: Non-Fiction | Travel | Workshop

Adam Weymouth’s work has been published by a wide variety of outlets including the Guardian, the Atlantic and the New Internationalist. In 2010 he walked from England to Istanbul as an exploration of pilgrimage. His interest in the relationship between humans and the world around them has led him to write on issues of climate change and environmentalism, including the reintroduction of wolves to the UK. He was awarded the Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year for his first book, Kings of the Yukon, a four-month canoe trip down the Yukon river and the stories of the communities that live along its banks. He lives on a 100-year-old Dutch barge in London.

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