Issue Seven out now!

On The Lam

Issue Seven – On The Lam – looks at the ideas of running away, life on the road, transience, and movement. Featuring articles on Arizona; Robert Walser; Apocalyptic Road trip Movies; an Escapological tool kit; and two special interviews: one with comedian Dave Thompson and one with Idler’s Glossary compiler Joshua Glenn. And loads and loads more. Possibly our best issue to date.

Astonishing artwork from Landis Blair, Samara Leibner, Billy Mavreas, Seth, and other supernaturally gifted folk.

It’s a 100-page monster and costs just £6. (€7.80 / $10). Zero Adverts. Minimal bumph. Maximum Quality.

Buy it in print or PDF now.

Subscriber copies are making their way across the Earth’s surface as we speak. Ever the Situationists, we even delivered some copies by hand to Glaswegian subscribers today.

Remember of course, if you’re one of our Scottish readers, there’s the launch event on Monday too.

The ‘complete’ package below will be updated to include Issue Seven soon. For the moment, it just includes Issues One to Six.

Buy the complete back catalogue of New Escapologist with a 10% discount today.
Or buy the complete back catalogue on PDF, with £1 off the price each issue.


Robert Wringham is the editor of New Escapologist. He also writes books and articles. Read more at

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