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WALKING INSIDE AND OUT: Contemporary British Psychogeography, edited by Tina Richardson

Mervyn Coverley’s classic primer Psychogeography, published in 2006, is the essential guide to the history of psychogeography from its precursors in the 19th century via the Lettrists and the Situationist International to currents of drift in the 1990s (Stewart Home, … Continue reading

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Kraken, by China Miéville

How do you steal a giant squid from the British Museum? Why would anyone bother? How do you locate said creature when you’re being pursued by the acolytes of a religious cult that worships the giant squid as its god and regards … Continue reading

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