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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 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 10 (Digital) By Robert Wringham
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New Escapologist is the magazine for white-collar functionaries with escape on the brain. We arrogantly ask if there’s more to life than refilling toner cartridges and waiting for... More > payday. Each issue is a compendium of funny and practical essays on how to escape the 9-5 and look good doing it. This bumper tenth issue is dedicated to ABSURDITY. Featuring interviews with novelist Ewan Morrison and comedian Richard Herring; Raptitude’s David Cain on his new-found, post-job liberty; Robert Wringham on the walking through the wrong door; a short story of sick-day freedom by Allan Wilson; and Samara Leibner on why she hates drawers. 104 pages.< Less
New Escapologist - Issue 10 By Robert Wringham
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New Escapologist is the magazine for white-collar functionaries with escape on the brain. We arrogantly ask if there’s more to life than refilling toner cartridges and waiting for... More > payday. Each issue is a compendium of funny and practical essays on how to escape the 9-5 and look good doing it. This bumper tenth issue is dedicated to ABSURDITY. Featuring interviews with novelist Ewan Morrison and comedian Richard Herring; Raptitude’s David Cain on his new-found, post-job liberty; Robert Wringham on the walking through the wrong door; a short story of sick-day freedom by Allan Wilson; and Samara Leibner on why she hates drawers. 104 pages.< Less