Issue Eleven

blankSmall 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

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Issue One

NE1 An Invitation to New Escapology. A beautifully reset version of our first issue. Illustrated by Samara Leibner. With Lord Whimsy on Affected Provincialism, Judith Levine on shopping and an introductory blessing from Prof. Stan Cohen. 34 pages. £4 / €4.80 / US$6.30 / C$6.50
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Issue Two

NE2 War Against Cliche. Featuring David Miller on the media, Dickon Edwards on cliche, Neil Scott on possessions, Robert Wringham on cliche abuse, Tim Eyre on the worth of travel, Reggie C. King on gentlemen’s clubs. 62 pages. £5 / €6 / US$8 / C$8.20
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Issue Three

NE3Practicalities. Featuring a conversation with Tom Hodgkinson, David Gross on tax resistance, Leo Babauta on shopping, Tim Eyre on travel, Brian Dean on anxiety culture. Discover what to embrace and what to reject in this bumper “How To” issue. 95 pages. £6 / €7.80 / US$10 / C$10

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Issue Four

blankBad Faith. Featuring Fabian Kruse on time independence; Tom Mellors on Anarchy and Escapology in the Great Depression; a guide to epic travel with kids; Reggie Chamberlain-King on Sartre and Flaubert. 80 pages. £6 / €7.80 / US$10 / C$10
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Issue Five

blankBohemias. The Bohemias Issue celebrates the artists and eccentrics of history who have chosen to live as Bohemians, plus lots of practical articles on how to live the Bohemian life. Featuring writing on beards, entropy, rambling, bedsits, Quentin Crisp, garrets, Buddhism, digital work ethics, Erik Satie, Emperor Norton, Bohemian love, and more. Includes a special interview with Alain de Botton. 106 pages. £6 / €7.80 / US$10 / C$10

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Issue Six

blankAgainst the Grain. This issue celebrates everything in the vein of our mascot, Jean des Esseintes. Featuring Reggie Chamberlain-King on Leonard Dubkin; Aislínn Clarke on unorthodox funereal practices; poetry to commemorate office life by Graham Fulton; and lavatorial fun with Jon Ransom. 90 pages. £6 / €7.80 / US$10 / C$10

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Issue Seven

blankOn The Lam. Issue Seven looks at the ideas of running away, life on the road, transience, and movement. Featuring articles on Tombstone, Arizona; Robert Walser; Apocalyptic Roadtrip Movies; a fugitive escape kit; and two special interviews: one with comedian Dave Thompson and one with Idler’s Glossary compiler Joshua Glenn. 100 pages. £6 / €7.80 / US$10 / C$10

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Issue Eight

blankStaying In. Featuring an interview with Dice Man author Luke Rhinehart; Robert Wringham on the pleasures of illness; Matt Caulfield on cigars; Nicollette Stewart on alternative dwellings; and Ellie Harrison on becoming a good citizen. 94 pages. £6 / €7.80 / US$10 / C$10

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Issue Nine

blankTake the Money and Run. A money-themed issue featuring a short piece by Dice Man Luke Rhinehart; an interview with philosopher Joseph Heath; a short story by comedian Ian Macpherson; top-drawer humour from Robert Wringham; and articles by blog giants Jacob Lund Fisker and Mr Money Mustache. 92 pages. £6 / €7 / US$9 / C$9.50

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Issue Ten

blankTell Him Your Plans. Our bumper tenth issue is dedicated to ABSURDITY. Featuring interviews with novelist Ewan Morrison and comedian Richard Herring; Raptitude’s David Cain on his new-found, post-job liberty; Robert Wringham on the walking through the wrong door; a new essay from Justin Reynolds; and a story of sick-day freedom by Allan Wilson. 104 pages. £6 / €7.30 / US$10 / C$11

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