I am delighted to have contributed to a new anthology of place writing published by Wild Pressed Books and edited by R.M. Francis.
My piece is called I Remember Glenrothes (After Perec and Brainard) and includes: libraries, concrete, modernist buildings, hippos, henges and Billy Mackenzie.
The book can be ordered directly from Wild Pressed Books, Independent bookshops and the usual online outfits.
We also wrote a piece for the Grasscut blog, loosely based around several themes connecting music and landscape. You can read the piece here
Murdo Eason delivered a talk, Embedded in the Landscape: Psychogeography, Folk Horror and the Everyday.
Text & Images: Murdo Eason
Sound: Brian Lavelle
Cover Design: Vincent Pacheco
Published by Blind Roads Press, 2017
Paperback, 58pp, full colour, 148 x 210mm, perfect bound
300gsm cover, 120gsm interior
Glass mastered CD + download code
Edition of 100 copies
Murdo Eason contributed to this project initiated by Professor James Loxley and Dr Anna Groundwater of the University of Edinburgh. The website for the project can be found here:
A new text by Murdo Eason – Petrichor – was part of a ‘collaborative assembly’ with Amsterdam based musician Orphax and art director Dave Fyans. (aka Erstlaub). Part of the li_series on the Broken20 label.
Launch of From Hill to Sea: Dispatches from the Fife Psychogeographical Collective 2010-2014.
Exhibition of images and texts by the Fife Psychogeographical Collective: Walls / Objects / Structures.
We contributed a short piece called The Tower to Unofficial Britain which you can find here