Following Stuart Elden’s lead on Progressive Geographies I thought it would be fun to engage in listing my own top ten books that have stayed with me.

The point with this exercise is not to spend too much time constructing the list, nor to give it too much thought. So a quick fire round has produced the following ten books that have stayed with me and that I regularly dip into and re-read.

A few lines of expansion here and there also helps explain the choices. As you will see, there is plenty of political economy but there are not nearly enough novels present to reflect my spread of reading.

Too capitalocentric? Quite possibly. So perhaps J.K. Gibson-Graham’s The End of Capitalism (As We Knew It) contributes to the list with an honourable mention.

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