Writing Urban Space

Writing Urban Space

A collection of essays that explore the relationship between imaginative writing and the built environment.


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From William Blake through to Iain Sinclair, literature has sought to engage with and transform urban space. Architects now seek the input of poets, and storytelling is employed in urban regeneration. Writing Urban Space investigates this relationship between imaginative writing and the built environment.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR.
Liam Murray Bell
Liam Murray Bell Liam Murray Bell was born in Orkney, and brought up in Glasgow. After studying for a degree in English Literature with Creative Writing at Q...
Gavin Goodwin
Gavin Goodwin The editors: Liam Murray Bell is a novelist and essayist. Gavin Goodwin is a poet and essayist.
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