Issue 7


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With the sun at its lowest ebb, and the night stretching to its longest duration of the year, Weird Walk Issue Seven is offered up as a symbol of the continuing cycle of rot and renewal, death and new life.

Taking inspiration from the woodland, author Nadia Attia explores the folklore surrounding some of Britain’s iconic tree species, while leafy associations abound as we reflect upon the Hastings Jack in the Green festival, and the suitably named Verdant Wisdom collective walk us through a rural take on dungeon synth music. Elsewhere two mavens of weird walking, Alice Lowe and Benjamin Myers, lead separate quests in two very different locations, each filled with magick and memory.

And if trees can emotionally connect us to the landscape, then so can the old stone monuments that so entrance us; in this issue, we explore phenomenological approaches to ancient sites (and, also, cheese).

48 page A5 zine
Printed on high quality PEFC certified recycled stock in the UK

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