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Psychogeographic Review

The Art of Psychogeography.

  • Based in United Kingdom
  • Roughly seven posts per year
  • First post on

Posts per year

Data for this chart is available in the table below
Posts per year
Year starting Posts
2022 13
2023 12
2024 2

Any gaps could be due to errors when fetching the blog’s feed.

Most recent posts

The Wrecking Ball
Not so long ago The Guardian called Wrexham ‘a veritable Paris of what is lost’. For, despite the city’s rich history as a market town and the UNESCO World Heritage Site status of its Pontcysyllte …
On , by Bobby Seal, 720 words
Final Approach by Mark Blackburn
Final Approach charts the turbulent flightpath between a jetsetting father and a planespotting son. Final Approach is a long way from being the type of book I would normally read and enjoy. I do not …
On , by Bobby Seal, 660 words
Psychogeographic Review’s Books of the Year, 2023
What is psychogeography, anyway? My understanding of the concept is three-fold: it is a theory, a practice and a body of evidence. The most interesting of these, for me, is the body of evidence: the …
On , by Bobby Seal, 1,872 words