I’m Chris T-T, I’m a writer and musician living in Brighton, UK.


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  1. hey Chris,
    this is Taylor from Local Natives. Just came across your mention on the blog here, thanks for the kind words and support! Glad you came to bike shop, that was such a weird show! We’re trying to get abroad just as fast as we can but have to take care of getting an agent etc. Let me know if there is an email you’d like me to use to keep in touch with you about what’s going on with us. Thanks again Chris,

  2. Dear Chris T-T,

    Just in case this is of interest I am emailing to let you know that ‘Mythogeography’ (the book) is just emerging from the printers. All the details are here –


    And there’s a website too, which pushes it all a little bit further and that’s here – http://www.mythogeography.com

    The book takes the form of a documentary-fictional collection of the internal documents, diary fragments, letters, emails, narratives, notebooks and handbooks of a loose coalition of artists, performers, ‘alternative’ walkers and pedestrian geographers. All Illustrated in full colour by Tony Weaver, who designed the Wrights & Sites’ Mis-Guide books.

    The fragmentary and slippery format recognises the disparate, loosely interwoven and rapidly evolving uses of walking today: as performance, as exploration, as urban resistance, as activism, as an ambulatory practice of geography, as meditation, as post-tourism, as dissident mapping, as subversion of and rejoicing in the everyday. ‘Mythogeography’ celebrates that interweaving, its contradictions and complementarities, and is an attempt at a handbook for those who want to be part of it.

    I hope you enjoy it and find it of some use.

    Best wishes,

    Phil Smith

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