COVERLEY, Martin The Art of Wandering - the writer as walker Oldcastle Books, Harpenden, 2012 (e-book available)
The author of Psychogeography traces the influence of walking on writers and the influence that writers have had on reinterpretations of the act of
HARMON, Catherine You Are Here - personal geographies and other maps of the imagination Princeton Architectural Press, New York, 2004
A compendium of richly illustrated articles on personal mental and emotional maps that are the product of the apparent human drive to
make sense of the world through creative mapping.
HARMON, Catherine The Map as Art Princeton Architectural Press, New York, 2009
Futher explorations, through illustrations and associated essays, of imaginative personal mappings by artists who use visionary cartography as their
PEREC, Georges Tentative d'Epuisement d'un lieu parisien Christian Bourgeois, Paris, 1975 (In French)
An account of French writer Georges Perec's project that involved stationing himself for three days in the PLace Saint-Sulpice in Paris to record the
minutiae of passing life that might otherwise have gone unnoticed and unrecorded, 'what happens when nothing happens', but which are intrinsic to the
life of a city.
ROGERS, John This Other London - Adventures in the Overlooked City HarperCollins, London, 2013
An account of the author's perambulation, can of lager in hand and ailment in leg, around the uncharted metropolis.
SOLNIT, Rebecca Wanderlust - a History of Walking Verso, London, 2002
Solnit traces the cultural and aesthetic aspects of walking for pleasure and purpose through a wide range of settings and time periods. Pilgrimage,
communing with nature, situationist derives, mass trespass and numerous other contexts for putting one foot in front of the other are covered, and
some of the author's own experiences are blended into a well researched, readable text.
WHYBROW, Nicholas Art and the City I.B.Tauris, London and New York, 2011
The urban environment as a back-drop to making works of art - happenings, installations, commemoration, charting collective memory are exemplified