Books / Anthologies
From Hill to Sea: Dispatches from the Fife Psychogeographical Collective, 2010 - 2014
Bread and Circuses Publishing (2015)
a fabulous evocation of exploring contested terrains and an inspirational handbook for anyone wanting to make their own psychogeography
Phil Smith - author of Mythogeography
a mash-up of genres: poetry, travelogue, essays, photographs and psychogeographical walking thoughts
Professor James D Sidaway - Psychogeography: Walking through strategy, nature and narrative
Language of Objects
Blind Roads Press (2017)
Text & Images: Murdo Eason
Sound: Brian Lavelle
Edition of 100 copies
The texts that accompany these images are attempts to live up to the book title, to give voice to the objects Eason’s inquisitive eye falls on, to inhabit, for a moment and imperfectly, their ‘thingness’
Lavelle’s composition reflects the concern with ‘thisness’ and integration
Billy Mills - Poet and Critic
New Towns - An Anthology of Place Writing
Wild Pressed Books (2020)
New Towns is an anthology of place writing edited by R.M. Francis.
I have an essay/memoir piece called I Remember Glenrothes (After Perec and Brainard) which includes: libraries, concrete, modernist buildings, hippos, henges and Billy Mackenzie.
Walking - An Anthology of Writing inspired by Walking and Listening
Sampson Low (2021)
My piece Loop-Walking (Fragment), an extract from a work in progress, is included in this anthology
Let There Be Light
Random Spectacular / St Jude's (2023)
Let There Be Light, is a collaboration between artist Jonny Hannah, Murdo Eason and Gavin Parry, the outcome of a walking project in Hartlepool.
Produced to coincide with two exhibitions by Jonny Hannah taking place at Hartlepool Art Gallery and The Museum of Hartlepool from 24th June 2023 until 4th November 2023.
This graphically rich, limited edition book features new work that Jonny has created in a number of different mediums, along with essays and photographs by Murdo and Gavin.