Justin Hopper

Justin Hopper

Justin Hopper is a writer from Pittsburgh, USA, currently living and working in London. His recent work includes audio-poetry cycles rooted in landscape, memory and myth (Ley Line and the Public Record series), as well as readings and projects related to The Old Weird Albion, an in-progress book seeking alternative visions of Englishness while walking the South Downs Way. He has spent most of the past 15 years as a journalist, writing about everything from Icelandic art and blue-eyed soul to entymology, black-bloc agitprop, and the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Phytology

Phytology

“And though thou seemst a weedling wild – Wild and neglected like to me – Thou still art dear to nature’s child And I will stoop to notice thee For…

To Solve Such An Equation

Seven Counter-clockwise Turns Around Ruin Lust   Have you ever known a place which seemed to have no beginning and no end? Paul Nash, Monster Field     1. The…