Edited by Robert Minhinnick
Gorwelion: Shared Horizons is a climate change anthology of poetry and prose edited by prize-winning writer and environmental activist Robert Minhinnick, featuring Welsh, Scottish, Indian and English writers. Five writers from India and five from the UK were asked to consider the ‘global’ re: climate change, biodiversity and introduce 'future thinking’. This future might be mundane, marvellous or dreadful.
Contributors from Wales include Peter Finch, Laura Wainwright and Abeer Ameer; from Scotland include Mandy Haggith and Stewart Sanderson; and from India include Sampurna Chatterji.
Produced in collaboration with Sustainable Wales/ Cymru Gynaliadwy.
‘This project aims to imagine what life in Wales could look like in the future as seen through the lens of the cultural dimension of well-being. The Well-being of Future Generations Act requires us to think long-term and broaden our horizons and “Square Mile - Milltir Sgwar” can do just that...’ – Sophie Howe, Future Generations Commissioner for Wales