Yesterday, along with my friend and co-editor Martin MacInnes, I embarked on an epic walk from Cramond to Edinburgh Airport, in self-conscious imitation of psychogeographical heroes like Iain Sinclair and Will Self. After a detour to Cammo Park, we covered the whole perimeter of the airport complex. Normally I would write about the experience and share the photographic proof here, but we’ve decided that the material we gathered – photos, notes, sound files, videos – would be perfectly suited to the relaunch of Free State. Moribund for the best part of a year, we’re going to restart the journal as a web site rather than as an emailed PDF file. To whet the appetite, here’s a couple of unexciting pictures:

Our destination

It looks like we’re almost there. Little did we know …


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