The World City

By Jon Crout A tectonic marauder, invading and conquering all land masses in its path. The City had cut itself adrift itself so long ago that there was no memory or record of the reason. [… read more ]


A Map of the Solent

In this absorbing work of psychogeography, writer and dramatist Tom Phillips draws some little-known connections between Portsmouth and other parts of Britain and Europe. You can’t beat a good map. That’s what I say. Right now, [… read more ]


View From a Hill

In this intriguing work of psychogeography, Christine Lawrence explores both the historical significance of Portsdown Hill and its personal meaning to her life. One of my favourite places in Portsmouth is not actually in the city [… read more ]