HENSTORY – Sarah Hill Wheeler

Sarah Hill Wheeler was the Short Story Winner of the Urban Tree Festival 2021 writing competition made possible through support from the Mayor of London. As well as becoming the Story Writer-in-Residence for the Urban Tree Festival 2022, Sarah also won the opportunity to create a limited edition chapbook; hence this beautiful collection of stories, Hen Story, was born. Filled with precise observations of life at its most precarious, these flash fictions explore genesis, evolution and hope. Hen Story is a fabulous collection with a breathable, fragile shell and a rich yoked heart. You’ll want to crack it open over and again.

HENSTORY
Sarah Hill Wheeler

Published January 2022
ISBN 978-1-912960-85-9
A6 Size
20 printed pages
Colour
Museum of Walking Chapbook 9
SLB0198
Print run of 100
Price – £2.60
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SMALL CHANGE – Christopher Cuninghame

Christopher Cuninghame was the Poetry Winner of the Urban Tree Festival 2021 writing competition made possible through support from the Mayor of London. As well as becoming the Poetry Writer-in-Residence for the Urban Tree Festival 2022, Christopher also won the opportunity to create a limited edition chapbook; resulting in this wonderful collection of poems, Small Change. Casting a careful eye over the subtle shades of time’s movements over the natural world and the relationships within it, Small Change is an elegant collection reminding us to look and look again at what surrounds us.

SMALL CHANGE
Christopher Cuninghame

Published January 2022
ISBN 978-1-912960-88-0
A6 Size
16 printed pages
Colour
Museum of Walking Chapbook 11
SLB0201
Print run of 100
Price – £2.60
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A WEEK TO WALK A FORTNIGHT – NG Bristow

SUNDAY FOR SEVEN DAYS (ALL OVER LONDON) – Seven print stories and geolocated audio.

IF IT TAKES A WEEK TO WALK A FORTNIGHT… – Seven print stories (plus seven more companion stories) and geolocated audio.

THE WALKING CURE – an immersive detective story. Geolocated audio for a 30 minute two-person sound walk experience.

A WEEK TO WALK A FORTNIGHT
Flash fiction with links to geolocated audio
NG Bristow and Andrew Stuck
Published October 2021
ISBN 978-1-912960-69-9
A6 Size
40 printed pages
Colour
Museum of Walking Chapbook 10
SLB0200
Print run of 200
Price – £4.99
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Original artwork by Alban Low.

NG BRISTOW is a writer / director and artist. He runs the MA in Directing Fiction at Goldsmiths, University of London. Credits as screenwriter / director include commissions by FilmFour, C4, BBC, UKFC, BFI, NIFC, NI Screen and the Arts Council. He has acted opposite Vivian Stanshall in the Tale of the Long Sky; terrified audiences with his binaural nightmare, The Ever-Expanding Cabinet of Unnameable Horrors, and brought theatre to the terraces of Millwall Football Club. He is a former Irish men’s sabre champion, though his fencing is a little rusty these days…


ANDREW STUCK is the founder of The Museum of Walking, created to bring people together and showcase walking pieces and performances. He is also a podcaster, interviewing creative people who use walking as a catalyst for their practice. Talking Walking is now in its twelfth year with more than 100 episodes. www.talkingwalking.net

CANOPY – Museum of Walking Chapbook 7

9781912960576This anthology is published to coincide with the Urban Tree Festival in May 2020. In the Spring of 2020 the Museum of Walking invited people to submit a poem or a flash writing piece of 250 words (or under) inspired by the anniversaries of four British poets and writers who have put nature writing on the map.

Canopy includes the winning pieces from Paul Chown, Nick Fox, Deborah Harrison, Robert Hogg, Rachel Playforth, Albert Pellicer, E. E. Rhodes, Mark Stewart, Joseph Surtees and Amanda Tuke.

The winning poems were judged by Peter Jaeger (Professor of Poetics at the University of Roehampton in London, where he also directs the Exploratory Writing Research Group) and Ghazal Mosadeq (founder of Pamenar Press, an independent cross-cultural,
multi-lingual publisher based in UK, Canada and Iran). The winning stories were judged by N G Bristow (screen writer, director and visual artist running the MA in Directing Fiction at Goldsmiths, University of London), and Andrew Stuck (Founding Director of the Museum of Walking)

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CANOPY
An Anthology of Writing for the Urban Tree Festival
Paul Chown, Nick Fox, Deborah Harrison, Robert Hogg, Rachel Playforth, Albert Pellicer, E. E. Rhodes, Mark Stewart, Joseph Surtees and Amanda Tuke
Published May 2020
ISBN 978-1-912960-57-6
A6 Size
16 printed pages
Colour
Museum of Walking Chapbook 7
SLB0170
Print run of 500
Price – £2.99
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Winter Chill – Museum of Walking Chapbook 6

9781912960552During the winter of 2019/2020, the Museum of Walking invited people to submit a chilling flash writing piece of 250 words (or under) inspired by the theme of winter chill. We were looking for stories or creative non-fiction that thrilled the reader through mystery, crime or horror and the winning stories do just that, twisting our perceptions of witches, unravelling criminal mindsets and exploring unusual phenomena. Prepare to be unnerved.

The winning stories from the competition were judged by N G Bristow (screen writer, director and visual artist running the MA in Directing Fiction at Goldsmiths, University of London), Rebekah Lattin-Rawstrone (author, editor and tutor on the Novel Studio at City, University of London) and Andrew Stuck (Founding Director of the Museum of Walking).

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Winter Chill
Stories or creative non-fiction that thrill through mystery, crime or horror
Andrew Anderson, Sue Dawes, Carrie Dunne, David Fell, Dan Harwood, Sara Hodgkinson, DT Langdale, Jane Lomas, Maria Precedo
Published May 2020
ISBN 978-1-912960-55-2
A6 Size
16 printed pages
Colour
Museum of Walking Chapbook 6
SLB0168
Print run of 100
Price – £2.99
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Autumn Colours – Museum of Walking Chapbook 5

During the autumn of 2019, the Museum of Walking invited people to submit a flash writing piece of 250 words (or under) inspired by the colours of the changing autumn season. We were looking for the best fact or fiction stories responding to the Autumn Colours theme and were delighted by the response. Turn the leaves to follow the shifting autumn trail for yourselves.

The winning stories from the competition were judged by N G Bristow (screen writer, director and visual artist running the MA in Directing Fiction at Goldsmiths, University of London), Rebekah Lattin-Rawstrone (author, editor and tutor on the Novel Studio at City, University of London) and Andrew Stuck (Founding Director of the Museum of Walking).

Illustrated by Alban Low

Autumn Colours
An Anthology of Seasonal Stories
Jane Adams, Andrew Anderson, Ruth Bradshaw, Mel Davies, Rachel Dowse, Pennie Hedge, Sarah Leavesley, Jane Lomas, Sarah Mosedale, Sharon Pinner, John Woolner
Published February 2020
ISBN 978-1-912960-39-2
A6 Size
16 printed pages
Colour
Museum of Walking Chapbook 5
SLB0152
Print run of 150
Price – £2.99
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Flash #MyLandmarks – Museum of Walking Chapbook

During September 2019, the Museum of Walking invited people to submit a flash writing piece of 250 words (or under) about a place that is meaningful and significant to them. We were open to personal impressions, stories or descriptions of buildings, natural elements like trees, lakes or places anywhere in the world.

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Flash #MyLandmarks includes the winning stories from Andrew Anderson, Ruth Bradshaw, Paul Chown, Mel Davies, Carrie Dunne, Alison Fure, Pennie Hedge, Laurence Sullivan and Amanda Tuke.

The competition was judged by N G Bristow (screen writer, director and visual artist running the MA in Directing Fiction at Goldsmiths, University of London), Rebekah Lattin-Rawstrone (author, editor and tutor on the Novel Studio at City, University of London) and Andrew Stuck (Founding Director of the Museum of Walking).

Flash #MyLandmarks
Stories of special places
Andrew Anderson, Ruth Bradshaw, Paul Chown, Mel Davies, Carrie Dunne, Alison Fure,
Pennie Hedge, Laurence Sullivan and Amanda Tuke
Published November 2019
ISBN 978-1-912960-33-0
A6 Size
16 printed pages
Colour
Museum of Walking Chapbook 4
SLB0146
Print run of 100
Price – £3.99
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One Small Step – Flash fiction inspired by the first Moon Walk

On the 20th July 1969 Neil Armstrong, one of the three members of the Apollo II crew, uttered those famous words as he was the first human being to step and then walk on the Moon. A global televised event, the first Moon Walk not only evokes a nostalgia for an as yet unrealised future of the Space Age, but also a discomfort around the language of colonisation and conquest, inspiring the Museum of Walking to run the One Small Step Creative Writing Walkshop, held on the 20th July 2019 and to hold the One Small Step Flash Writing Competition.

One Small Step includes the winning stories from Andrew Anderson, Laura Besley, Ned Carter Miles, Mel Davies, Phoebe Demeger, Gordon Duncan, Carrie Dunne, Jason
Jawando, Kate Kirby, Andy Lavender, Roz Mascall, Nora Nadjarian, Helen Ottaway, Sylvia Petter, Bart Van Goethem and Diane Woodrow. The competition was judged by N G Bristow (screen writer, director and visual artist running the MA in Directing Fiction at Goldsmiths,
University of London), Rebekah Lattin-Rawstrone (author, editor and tutor on the Novel Studio at City, University of London) and Andrew Stuck (Founding Director of the
Museum of Walking).

One Small Step
Flash fiction inspired by the first Moon Walk
Andrew Anderson, Laura Besley, Ned Carter Miles, Mel Davies, Phoebe Demeger, Gordon Duncan, Carrie Dunne, Jason Jawando, Kate Kirby, Andy Lavender, Roz Mascall, Nora Nadjarian, Helen Ottaway, Sylvia Petter, Bart Van Goethem and Diane Woodrow
Published October 2019
ISBN 978-1-912960-27-9
A6 Size
16 printed pages
Colour
Museum of Walking Chapbook 3
SLB0139
Print run of 200
Price – £3.99
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Shipwrecked – Museum of Walking Chapbook

Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe was first published 300 years’ ago on the 25th April 1719. In honour of this much loved classic, the Museum of Walking organised the #Crusoe300 Flash Fiction Competition as well as a Creative Writing Walkshop.

Shipwrecked includes the winning stories from Sarah McPherson, Jon Fox, Elizabeth Forsyth, Moira Tighe, Laurence Sullivan, Mavis Pilbeam, Fiona Ritchie Walker and Nora Nadjarian. The competition was judged by N G Bristow (screen writer, director and visual artist running the MA in Directing Fiction at Goldsmiths University of London), Rebekah Lattin-Rawstrone (author, editor and tutor on the Novel Studio at City, University of London) and Andrew Stuck (Founding Director of the Museum of Walking).

Shipwrecked
New flash fiction celebrating the 300th anniversary of Robinson Crusoe
Sarah McPherson, Jon Fox, Elizabeth Forsyth, Moira Tighe, Laurence Sullivan, Mavis Pilbeam, Fiona Ritchie Walker, Nora Nadjarian
Published August 2019
ISBN  978-1-912960-22-4
A6 Size
16 printed pages
Colour
Museum of Walking Chapbook 1
SLB0134
Print run of 100
Price – £2.99
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