The best single volume to give a complete overview of Fay Godwin's work is LANDMARKS (2001), published to coincide with her major retrospective show at London's Barbican Gallery. The book she said she was most proud of was OUR FORBIDDEN LAND (1990) which she both wrote and photographed; it is a passionate and angry shout for our natural environment. ELMET (1994) was another favourite, on which she worked closely with poet Ted Hughes; LAND (1985) was perhaps the most noted and praised of her 18 or so books, and an ITV South Bank Show was broadcast at around that time. If possible, try to see here work in a gallery show; she was meticulous about printing and, good as many of the books are, there is nothing like seeing an original print.