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john davies
notes from a small vicar
from a parish
in Liverpool, UK

    Thursday, February 10, 2005
    O to be a psychogeographer, now that springtime's here
     
    I am absolutely delighted to discover that I'm described in the new Manchester Metropolitan University Psychogeographical Resource site as "Liverpool's leading psychogeographical curate". In among the ranks of such giants of rambling, agitation and pranksterism as The Guerilla Girls, Iain Sinclair, and Luther Blissett. Wow.

    Deeply honoured and a little guilty, as I've not been a-walkin' very much since the weather closed in. But the daffodils are coming through today so the time is right to get out discovering again.

    Next Tuesday morning I am due to present a group of Liverpool clergy my paper on an urban theology of land, so perhaps I shall discover then if my new-found title is accurate, or whether there are other covert walkin' curates in this diocese, waiting to challenge my hegemony... hope there are, it's nice to have company sometimes on the psychogeographical trail.