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The Villager

Tom Cox

New writing on landscape, music, books, folklore, psychedelia, the natural world and other misty magical things outside the mainstream.

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PricingFreemiumPublishesTwice weekly
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Latest Issues

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The Magic Room

Painting by my mum, Jo, inspired by the house I rented at Dartington, Devon, between early 2014 and the end of 2017

23 days ago
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Can You Please Stop Telling Me To Live My Best Life Please

The sea: it’s great, so long as you can avoid the sea bishops, telling you how to be the best version of you

25 days ago
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A Writing Pledge From Me To Me For The Future

As you can see, I was quite young when my first book was published, and not emotionally equipped to deal with some of the pressures that came with it.

a month ago
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The True Stories Behind Some Of The Photos In The 1970s Habitat Catalogues

It’s now only seven weeks, precisely, until my second novel, 1983, comes out (if you’d like to, you can pre-order it here from Blackwells with free worldwide delivery, which is extremely helpful in terms of it getting into the shops a bit m...

a month ago
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  • Tom Cox

    Tom Cox lives in Devon, UK, and is the author of many books including, most recently, 1983 and Villager. He writes about landscape, psychedelic music, folklore, old shopping malls, sheep and other weird magical things outside mainstream culture.

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