Monthly Archives: October 2016

This is not the Garden of Cosmic Speculation

The concept includes the fact that many foreigners have settled in Scotland and contributed to its identity. Indeed, the notions of geology as destiny, the Rock People, and the Atlantic People that plied the shores from Galicia to Norway (from … Continue reading

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Psychogeography Extreme – Phil Smith (+ one small fracture)

We were disappointed not to be able to attend the recent Fourth World Congress of Psychogeography, which by all accounts was a great success. The opening address by Phil Smith (aka Crab Man, aka Mythogeography), is a fascinating and thought-provoking missive on the … Continue reading

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