Issue Eleven — Out Now!

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Here comes the slow stepper. New Escapologist Issue Eleven: Small is Beautiful.

Featuring Justin Reynolds on William Morris, Neil Scott on Russell Brand’s revolution; Tania O’Donnell on book excerpts, a new story by Ian Macpherson; Robert Wringham on E.F. Schumacher and a beautified reprint of Bob Black’s important 1985 essay The Abolition of Work. 96 pages. £6 / €7.80 / US$10 / C$10

Now available in the shop. Subscriber copies will be dispatched soon.

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Robert Wringham is a humorist and the editor-in-chief of New Escapologist.

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