Another review by the lovely C. Psycogeography is fascinating and there will be more of it in this blog as soon as possible. Enjoy 🙂
…Scarp by Nick Papadimitriou
I saw Nick at the Edinburgh Book Festival and it was the link to psychogeography – and the presence of Will Self as the chair – that convinced me to attend his event. Nick is an unassuming, ordinary looking chap. The kind of chap who might be in front of you ordering coffee, the kind of chap who might pick up your discarded newspaper to read on the bus. Except it would seem Nick rarely uses the bus or any other form of transport other than his legs.
Although I have only started Scarp, Nick’s reportage of what he thinks and what he feels is honest and far-reaching, even though it comes in the thinnest wrapping of personal context. Reading, I felt a renewed sense of confidence of how to locate myself in my own scarp. I suddenly felt my flights of fancy – not just…
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