The Curlew is a high-quality, non-profit, printed periodical dedicated to fine writing and illustration about the natural world and supporting conservation.
Each issue is named for a tree, and is a timeless collection of global creative excellence.
It is produced with considered thought, not dashed off in haste and chased with regret like most of today's electronic communications – it is designed to be collected, not deleted and forgotten.
In The Curlew we present ideas, emotions, imaginings – but most of all beauty. We want passion, images that make us smile or shiver, word pictures that stay with us and make us think. Writing and illustration that enrich our lives.
Sales of The Curlew benefit organizations and charities
dedicated to protecting habitats, stopping wildlife trafficking and
educating people worldwide about conservation and animal welfare. Everyone who produces and contributes to The Curlew is a volunteer.
Our editor, Dr Lynn Parr, has more than 20 years of experience editing international and national magazines, newspapers and books. She has published poetry, fiction and non-fiction in the USA, UK, Ireland and Australia. As an ecologist she has worked for conservation organizations and charities in the UK and USA; as an academic, she has taught ecology and creative writing in universities and schools. As well as editing The Curlew, she writes books and is an artist inspired by the natural world.
The Curlew is published by The Wild Wood Press. To purchase a copy, or a book by Lynn Parr published by Southwind Books, an imprint of The Wild Wood Press, please click here.