Award-winning editor Nicholas Royle brings together previously published stories by Daphne du Maurier, Anna Kavan, Russell Hoban and others with brand-new tales by contemporary writers including Bill Broady, Adam Marek, Regi Claire and many more.
'These tales exude a striking weirdness and a sense of wonderment ... Exploring "the way in which birds inhabit the border between the mundane and the extraordinary", these stories provide a startling glimpse into a world of otherness capable, at times, of eerily mirroring our own.'
Featured on the BBC Radio 4 'Today' programme.
Contributor and editor royalties donated to the RSPB.