Livingmaps Review is a free to access, online journal which was first published in 2016. It appears twice a year. Each edition contains contributions from a wide range of authors who are interested in critical approaches to mapping and the use of maps for social engagement and action. 


The articles are divided into five sections:

-Navigations: full length articles with critical apparatus. 
-Waypoints: shorter experimental pieces of writing
-Mapworks: a gallery of maps, historical and contemporary, with interpretative commentary or dialogue.
-Lines of Desire: fiction, poetry and autobiography on cartographic themes, interviews with theorists and practitioners, annotated performance walks and photography.
-Reviews: of books, exhibitions and events


The members of the editorial team are: Phil Cohen (general editor), Mike Duggan (Navigations), Barbara Brayshay and Nicolas Fonty (Waypoints), Oscar Aldred (Mapworks), Blake Morris and Claire Qualmann (Lines of desire) and Jeremy Crump (Reviews and production).


To sign up for news of publication, see information for readers. To submit an article for publication, see information for authors.

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