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  1. Being added a comment on The Art of Exploring: Flânerie in an Age of Mass Tourism
    @BobbySeal1 thanks Bobby, very much looking forward to Stepz and to exploring the recommendations 
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    @ElaineAxten Hi Elaine, great stuff. Gaston Bachelard's Poetics of Space and Poetics Of Reverie are worth a look on that angle too
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    @concretepost will do! Might set off soon as I'm sure we'll be taking a circuitous route as usual. See you later
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    @Landscapism Hi Eddie, great point, Herzog seems to be able find that ecstatic truth by turning over the right stone or asking (what others might perceive to be) uneasy questions, his fondness for sta…
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    @amyggalexander Hi Amy, Can highly recommend Tina's http://particulations.blogspot.co.uk and Bobby's http://psychogeographicreview.com - I think Bobby is going to explore the book Scarp in more d…
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    @amyggalexander it would be great to hear more of John's thoughts about his writing process. Fascinated by the way in which writers let a place imprint itself on them rather than the other way around,…
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    @LindaLappin1 Morning Linda. Interesting you mentioned Perec. He also created crossword puzzles and seemed to like that element of discovery. Writers here seem to be saying that navigating space and n…
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    @LindaLappin1 Hi Linda, do you think we sometimes connect to a space in a different way once we know the reasoning behind a design? For example, the initial pleasure Walter Benjamin experienced on wan…
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    @amyggalexander The detective element is the discovery aspect. A specific example would be a repeated journey we have been taking with a novelist through an urban space from his childhood, exploring t…
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    @ElaineAxten excellent! Yes it is interesting to see how certain names give you an impression of a walk, it always interesting when places are named after writers. We have been repeating a walk with a…