Come, heart, where hill is heaped upon hill:
For there the mystical brotherhood
Of sun and moon and hollow and wood
And river and stream work out their will;
Into the twilight – W.B.Yeats

When I think about the best bits of days – the parts of days that fill me with wonder – they always hearken back to twilight in a wild place. It’s that fleeting time between day and night that is beautiful in any weather and in any place. Twilight is when you feel closest to some sort of otherworld – doors feel open.

I work as a Learning Designer in higher education, but I am a librarian who accidentally wandered out into the woods into web development and eLearning.  I feel no less of a librarian for this wandering. I love libraries so much that I volunteer in libraries outside of my work as much as possible. My personal approach to the world around me through permaculture can’t be separated from my professional approach and so this site weaves permaculture into learning design.

I enjoy reviewing young adult fiction and educational technology books, personally and professionally.

All photographs used are my own, except where indicated.

Angela, The Wild Librarian