Buds In Writes of Spring, 2020, p.16. Produced by the Arts and Humanities Research Council in partnership with the National Trust and with the Land Lines: British Nature Writing project research team.
Crowder, K., 2016. Producing Punches: Craftsmanship with Sentient Media. In: Marchand, T. (ed.) 2015. Craftwork as Problem Solving: Ethnographic Studies of Design and Making. Farnham: Ashgate.
Crowder, K., 2015. Artisanal Affection: Detachment in Human-Animal Relations within Intensive Pig Production in Britain. In: Yarrow, T., Candea, M., Trundle, C., Cook, J. (eds.) 2015. Detachment: Essays on the limits of relational thinking. Manchester: Manchester University Press.
Baker, K., 2013. Home and Heart, Hand and Eye: Unseen Encounters Between Pigmen and Pigs in Industrial Farming. In: Abbotts, E-J. and Lavis, A. (eds.) 2013. Why We Eat, How We Eat: Contemporary Encounters between Foods and Bodies. Farnham: Ashgate.
Baker, K., 1990. The Bawdsey Stud: Sir Cuthbert Quilter’s Suffolk Punches. Heavy Horse World, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 24-26.
Short stories and poetry published in journals and literary magazines including New Statesman, Rialto, Argo, Envoi, Delta.
Kim Crowder is a writer, visual artist and researcher. She holds a PhD in Visual Anthropology from Goldsmiths, University of London. Her current work focuses on aspects of nature, rural lives and the histories of people, places and things. Through
writing and images she draws together nature, culture, ethnography, history and memory.
Kim Crowder now lives close to the Glens of Angus, overlooking the Vale of Strathmore, in Scotland.