Here's some really 'A list' people who I love collaborating with and learn a lot from: Lotte Reimer, of course, who I'm currently working with on the 'future life histories of UK street choirs' project along with fellow activist songster and Rebel Clown Jenny Patient plus Pete North from Liverpool University and Gavin Brown from Leicester University. Kye Askins and I have done some really great stuff together, in my view, not least facilitating the fuller communifesto process, organising seminar blockades, and now writing a pieces of forum theatre relating to blockade experiences to consider what an ethics of care could contribute to anarchist ontology. I've also enjoyed working and writing with Mark Purcell, Sam Halvorsen, Kerry Burton, Sam Saville and, of course, Mark Whitehead who got me started with writing in academic geography (thanks, I think!). I'm looking forward to getting something useful on Participatory Action Research published. The Participatory Geographies Research Group is my academic home. The list of the peace, justice and environmental activists I work with is joyfully long... I won't list individuals but many people in these groups and networks, present and past, are a daily inspiration Cor Gobaith and Campaign Choirs, Climate Camp Cymru and Residents Against Ffos Y Fran, Social Forum Cymru and Aberystwyth Peace & Justice Network, the Clandestine Insurgent Rebel Clown Army (CIRCA), Faslane 365, and most recently Frack Free Wales, Friends of the Earth Cymru and the wider anti-fracking movement.