Fantastic catalog of work on this topic.
Great history - things in here not covered in other books; has a strong architecture bent to it
Rebecca Solnit$20.00 $18.40
A classic book on the topic
This collection of scores (directions for walks) is really strong. It includes wide-ranging approaches you can try yourself right away.
Small book with short easily digestible chapters/short reflections on topics intersecting with walking as artistic practice.
Has some good history not found in other texts, but very expensive.
Sarah E. Truman and Stephanie Springgay$160.00
Very academic, but takes some unique views on the topic and brings a critical eye. Also has a website with interesting podcast episodes reflecting on topics in the book. Intersects with Education, Cultural Studies, Queer Studies, Affect Studies, Geography, Anthropology, and (Post)Qualitative Research Methods.
Lexi Lee Sullivan$30.00
A curated collection of papers, provocations and actions from the ‘Walking’s New Movements’ conference held at the University of Plymouth in November 2019.
Guy Debord$22.95 $21.11
Also the author of "Theory of the Derive"
Lauren Elkin$18.00 $16.56
The introduction gives a nice history of women walking - a counter point to the flâneur
Leslie Kern$24.95 $22.95
Kerri Andrews$14.00 $12.88
Great compilation that should be assigned reading anytime you pick up one of the male dominated surveys of walker-writers.
W. H. Matthews$15.95 $14.67
Walking has intersected with Labyrinths since their inception.
Penelope Reed Doob$20.34
"She then describes two common models of the labyrinth and explores their formal implications: the unicursal model, with no false turnings, found almost universally in the visual arts; and the multicursal model, with blind alleys and dead ends, characteristic of literary texts." - Amazon summary
Maggie O'Neill and Brian Roberts$56.34
Henry David Thoreau$16.95 $15.59
Shane O'Mara$15.95 $14.67