What is happening below ground? A Lynchian struggle, beautiful acts of collective solidarity or are the roots coming for us?
Exploring the fog and dark side of a day at the English seaside.
Yangon: an account of a slow and fascinating train journey through an extraordinary city is published in Elsewhere: A Journal of Place.
A strange encounter and killer clowns in an abandoned fairground – the full length version.
Dr OctagonThe final part of the Stones and the Torment mixing medical horror, psychogeography, myth and history.
A return to The Stones and the Torment, a semi-fictional story that blends psychogeography, history and horror to explore a mythical Glasgow curse. Part four sees the narrator taken by unknown assailants to Glasgow Royal Infirmary where the curse has broken out in all its horror.
The heretical Glasgow Chronicler and I follow a lost burn through gangster edgelands, deserted cemeteries and Mossad conspiracies to the old mythical heart of the city.
A short grubby true tale of a window, exhibitionism and Patsy Cline
Continuing a skewed mix of horror, psychogeography, myth and history as Glasgow is threatened by an old curse that allows the Quarter of Torment to break through The Sacred Line. Click to for an intro and to catch-up previous parts of The Stones and The Torment
Another web article on psychogeography? Why not! In the run-up to a highly promising weekend of street theatre, surrealism, vintage markets and sacred geometry in Glasgow here is a quick look at the history of psychogeography and, more importantly, what it can do for you.