The first of a series of annual themed compendiums by writers associated with or friends of Five Leaves.
A quirky compendium of essays on maps, places and people, many by leading writers including Iain Sinclair and The Guardian's David McKie and Chris Arnot as well as writers from the London Review of Books, academic journals, a journalist from the BBC World Service and several biographers.
Iain Sinclair - Walking Through Liverpool
Chris Arnot - Lost Cricket Grounds of England
David Belbin - Graham Greene in Nottingham
Ross Bradshaw & Ian Parks - The Land of Green Ginger
Andy Croft - Reading Poetry in Siberia
Richard Dennis - Mapping Gissing's Novels
Gillian Darley - Ian Nairn and Jack Kerouac: On the Road
Roberta Dewa - Wilford: An English Village in the 1950s
John Lucas - Uprisings in the South West
David McKie - The Mapping of Surnames
Deirdre O'Byrne - The Famine Roads of Ireland
John Payne - Death on the Border: Walter Benjamin
Mark Patterson - A Short Walk up Dere Street
Andrew Whitehead - Beyond Boundary Passage: London Fiction
Sara Jane Palmer - A Walk to Tafraoute
Paul Barker - The Other Britain: Leeds
Robert Macfarlane - The Guga Men
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