Buying the New Book

To be published very soon – Walking Home. In which we walk home, beneath the vapour trails to create communities in which both work and pleasure are walking distance from Everyone’s door. Transport is our most destructive activity. We cannot “green” it. Instead we can live lives, which have no need for it. Wonderfully, that is also the road to happiness – convivial town and village centres with orchards and market gardens reclaiming the current desolation of ring road and retail park. We’ve set the price at £10 plus postage and packaging, but please shop at a good bookshop and avoid Amazon. Avoiding Amazon is a small part of walking home.

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Reclaiming Commons will be published on 10th December 2018 by the Smokehouse Press – http://www.smokehousepress.co.uk . It will be available from the author, the publisher, or any good bookshop, for £8.00, plus postage.

Reclaiming Commons

£8.00 plus £2.00 UK Postage

£10.00

Reclaiming Commons

£8.00 plus £3.00 postage to Europe & Scandinavia

£11.00

Reclaiming Commons

£8.00 plus £4.00 postage world-wide

£12.00

 

Towards the Convivial Economy was published by Smokehouse press on 9th March 2017.  It is available from the author for £7.50, plus postage and packing (£1.50 UK mainland) – or of course, from the publisher, or any good bookshop.

Here’s a Paypal link https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=W3YN8M4LE8S64

Smokehouse Press – http://www.smokehousepress.co.uk/patrick2.htm

Here is the manuscript. Use it how you please, but with appropriate acknowledgement.

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream was published by Smokehouse Press in November 2014

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“Could we dream of a better world? Do we have the imagination to link happiness to places, people closely to our planet? These are epic times, and Patrick Noble sets out how to explore the routes to conviviality we may have forgotten we desire. Creating greener economies will take remarkable effort. Here, then, are some brave solutions.” Professor Jules Pretty

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“Patrick Noble’s writings preserve the organic movement’s authentic radical spirit” – Dr Philip Conford, author of The Development of the Organic Network.

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