Time for more wanderings and wonderings. In issue 3 of Weird Walk, you'll find the strange and beautiful folklore-inspired paintings of Bed Edge, an interview with gothic novelist Andrew Michael Hurley, a visit to the dolmen known as the Devil's Den and the chalk hill figure of the Uffington White Horse and part one of a folkloric history of booze!
It started as a walk, friends actively engaged in the British landscape. It has become a lovingly put together zine on these activities.
What to listen to as you wander? Weird Walk's acid folk primer will set you off in the right direction.