Did you know that Dunfermline is mentioned in Moby Dick, the town’s monks used to eat porpoise rolled into spiced balls and the King was partial to a bit of whale tongue? You do if you’ve read From Hill to Sea – Dispatches from the Fife Psychogeographical Collective. Recently published by Bread and Circuses, this is Limekilns psychogeographer Murdo Eason’s first book and it has rapidly gained an enthusiastic international
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by Fife Psychogeographical Collective Today’s post is a brilliant reminder not to judge a place by its house prices. The Fife Psychogeographical Collective take a walk around from the former mining communities of Lochgelly and Lumphinnans to Cowdenbeath and uncover some of the area’s fascinating stories, stories of intellectual endeavour, political radicalism and high achieving women. This is an abridged version of an article that appeared in Fife Psychogeography in