Tag: Psychogeography

Psychogeography & Landscape in ‘Spirits of Place’: An Interview with Contributors

Spirits of Place is an anthology examining the relationship between place and narrative: how stories, folkloric or historic, become embedded in a location.

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Hookland: Folklore, Landscape Punk and Psychogeography

While landscape changes and stories decay, the marriage of the two – folklore – remains the constant dance in our collective memory.

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On Myth and Masks: An Interview with Artist Paul Watson

It is a great pleasure to welcome Paul Watson back to the #FolkloreThursday website this month with an in-depth look at his evocative new book Myth and Masks.

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Myth and the Urban Landscape

Myth is folklore writ large, or to turn that phrase around, folklore is myth with a specific sense of local place, a particular piece of landscape.

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