Keeping the UK Weird

Although the golden age of the zine seems to be over, every once in a while one pops up to grab our attention. I recently stumbled across the first edition of a new UK-based zine titled quite appropriately Weird Walk. The first Weird Walk zine—made by the collective of the same name including Owen Tromans, Alex Hornsby and James Nicholls—is a “journal of wanderings and wonderings from the British Isles.”

The publication aims to examine the odd, unusual and  and just plain weird that can be discovered still around the UK, if we just take the time to have a wander and a look. The zine will explore art, history, architecture, archeology, geography, culture, and more, through essays, photographs, and maps.

If you can’t find it at bookstores featuring zines, it’s available on the collective’s website.

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