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New Escapologist Issue 8 (Digital) By Robert Wringham
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Issue Eight looks at the ideas of retreat, withdrawl, and homey matters. What does home mean to a traveller? What does home mean to those who reject the bourgeois?
New Escapologist - Issue 13 By Robert Wringham
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New Escapologist is the magazine for white-collar functionaries with escape on the brain. In our 13th issue we look at the theme of OUTLIERS. Includes an interview with Caitlin Doughty and articles... More > on David Bowie and Sun Ra.< Less
New Escapologist - Issue 13 (Digital) By Robert Wringham
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New Escapologist is the magazine for white-collar workers with escape on the brain. In Issue 13 we explore the theme of OUTLIERS. Includes an interview with Caitlin Doughty and articles on David... More > Bowie and Sun Ra.< Less
New Escapologist Issue 5 By Robert Wringham
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New Escapologist's Fifth Issue celebrates the artists and eccentrics of history who have chosen to live as Bohemians, plus lots of practical articles on how to live the Bohemian life. Featuring... More > writing on beards, entropy, rambling, bedsits, Quentin Crisp, garrets, Buddhism, digital work ethics, Erik Satie, Emperor Norton, Bohemian love, and more. Includes a special interview with Alain de Botton. 106 pages.< Less
New Escapologist Issue 12 (Digital) By Robert Wringham
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New Escapologist Issue 12: One Foot in Front of the Other. Featuring Will Self on walking in cities, Paula Billups on walking as art in Berlin, a poem from Murray Lachlan Young; Robert Wringham on... More > his latest daring escape; Joshua Glenn on “the perfect flaneur”, and Tim Eyre on walking Tokyo.< Less
New Escapologist Issue 12 By Robert Wringham
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New Escapologist Issue Twelve: One Foot in Front of the Other. Featuring Will Self on walking in cities, Paula Billups on walking as art in Berlin, a poem from Murray Lachlan Young; Robert Wringham... More > on his latest daring escape; Joshua Glenn on “the perfect flaneur”, and Tim Eyre on walking Tokyo.< Less
New Escapologist Issue 11 (Digital) By Robert Wringham
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Issue 11 of New Escapologist Magazine: Small is Beautiful. Featuring Justin Reynolds on William Morris, Neil Scott on Russell Brand‘s revolution; Tania O’Donnell on book excerpts, a new... More > story by Ian Macpherson; Robert Wringham on E.F. Schumacher and a beautified reprint of Bob Black’s important 1985 essay The Abolition of Work.< Less
New Escapologist Issue 11 By Robert Wringham
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Issue 11 of New Escapologist Magazine, Small is Beautiful. Featuring Justin Reynolds on William Morris, Neil Scott on Russell Brand‘s revolution; Tania O’Donnell on book excerpts, a new... More > story by Ian Macpherson; Robert Wringham on E.F. Schumacher and a beautified reprint of Bob Black’s important 1985 essay The Abolition of Work.< Less
New Escapologist Issue 2 By Robert Wringham
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New Escapologist is a magazine for white-collar functionaries with escape on the brain. Drawing from philosophy, literature and original humour; we discuss practical escape routes from the... More > present-day predicaments of demeaning work, status anxiety and urban lethargy. Each issue is a compendium of funny and practical essays on the subject of escape. We promote freedom, anarchy and the absurd. Issue 2 is called The War Against Cliche. Featuring David Miller on the media, Dickon Edwards on cliche, Neil Scott on possessions, Robert Wringham on cliche abuse, Tim Eyre on the worth of travel, Reggie C. King on gentlemen’s clubs.< Less
New Escapologist Issue Two (Digital) By Robert Wringham
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New Escapologist is a magazine for white-collar functionaries with escape on the brain. Drawing from philosophy, literature and original humour; we discuss practical escape routes from the... More > present-day predicaments of demeaning work, status anxiety and urban lethargy. Each issue is a compendium of funny and practical essays on the subject of escape. We promote freedom, anarchy and the absurd. Issue 2 is called The War Against Cliche. Featuring David Miller on the media, Dickon Edwards on cliche, Neil Scott on possessions, Robert Wringham on cliche abuse, Tim Eyre on the worth of travel, Reggie C. King on gentlemen’s clubs.< Less