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Thoughts from the Landscape Editor - July 2012

- London was in bloom recently with the RHS Chelsea Flower Show – this year there was also a fringe festival taking place. Our author Tom Turner created a walking tour of London Gardens for the fringe – more information from his website . Tom’s latest book, British Gardens, is in Production now and will be available early next year – you can preorder it here

- As term draws to an end it’s time to look at textbooks for next year. We’re delighted that Simon Bell’s very popular book ‘Landscape: Pattern, Perception and Process’ is being released in a second edition in a few short weeks. There are more details about the book on our website, and if you’re a lecturer interested in adopting it you can order an inspection copy there too

- Our journals team have been busy, and recently acquired Landscape History, the journal of the Society for Landscape Studies. To celebrate this, we’re offering the first issue from T&F completely free!

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    Published June 24th 2013 by Routledge

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