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From hill to sea

Ascend the Corbie Steps

On a tilt of light ascend the corbie steps.   Perch with the birds of the shadow world. ≈≈≈ A big thanks to Ms AM for the photograph. A serendipitous encounter with light, shadow, birds and time. Now playing: Seth Cluett … Continue reading

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From Hill to Sea – eBook

– When does the inside become the outside? ≈ For anyone who may be interested in an eBook version, From Hill to Sea: Dispatches from the Fife Psychogeographical Collective, 2010 – 2014 is now available on Apple iBooks. One advantage of the … Continue reading

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Reading at DCA Dundee – Tomorrow, Thursday 14th April

A reminder that if you are within striking distance of Dundee tomorrow, (14th April), Murdo Eason of the Fife Psychogeographical Collective will be reading from the recently published From Hill to Sea, Dispatches from the Fife Psychogeographical Collective 2010 – 2014 at … Continue reading

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Ask a Psychogeographer: Interview on Prehistories

I recently tried to answer a few questions about psychogeography for the wonderful Prehistories website.  Here is an extract: Ask a… psychogeographer Interview with Murdo Eason, The Fife Psychogeographical Collective. For any readers who haven’t encountered psychogeography before, could you give a … Continue reading

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At the hinterland of Hinterland

. through the darkness silent pilgrims a procession of light . at the threshold of sight water weaves through forest murmurs . . . material tracings interior auras . . angles open to the moon . . stacked sounds in … Continue reading

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On the first day of Spring 2016

. Crossing the celestial line, a cloud on the first day of Spring . The Caskieberran water tank, is a structure etched in the memory of growing up in the New Town of Glenrothes.  At that time, the tank was … Continue reading

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Cut Curve Circle

. . . . the curve …..and call of  ……….the coastline . . a cellular circle ……….an expanding …………………….world . Now playing: The Incredible String Band – ‘A Very Cellular Song’ from The Hangman’s Beautiful Daughter.

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