Bricks From The Kiln

The website for the journal in which Iain’s recent publication Westering appears – Bricks From The Kiln – is now live, and orders are being taken online: www.b-f-t-k.info

A few copies of the separate edition of Westering published by Test Centre are still available: http://testcentre.org.uk/product/westering/

Why Alan Moore thinks Northampton is a kind of cultural black hole | Northampton Herald & Post

 

Source: Why Alan Moore thinks Northampton is a kind of cultural black hole | Northampton Herald & Post

 

‘If anyone is the essence of Northampton it is Alan Moore. I think Northampton is an extraordinary town, it does have a special quality.’
Iain Sinclair

Read more: http://www.northampton-news-hp.co.uk/hy/story-27945931-detail/story.html#ixzz3oU8hRwrQ
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Iain Sinclair and Brian Catling at the London Review Bookshop

Iain Sinclair and Brian Catling: Black Apple of the Vorrh

Source: London Review Bookshop | Events | Iain Sinclair and Brian Catling: Black Apple of the Vorrh

 

Two very different books, Iain Sinclair’s Black Apples of Gower and Brian Catling’s The Vorrh share a measure of common ground: the Cave of Origin (in which all narratives fester and cook). Sinclair tramps the wave-cut limestone pavements beyond Port Eynon Point in search of mysteries derived from the paintings of Ceri Richards, where Catling plunges headlong into myths of the primal forest, for a novel described by Alan Moore as ‘a benchmark for the human imagination’. The two writers come together for a visit to Nuneham House, where the Rev. Buckland is purported to have devoured the most celebrated relic, the preserved heart of Louis XIV.

Al Robertson and Jon Wallace at Forbidden Planet @ ForbiddenPlanet.com

Our friend Al Robertson’s first book, “Crashing Heaven”, will be out on 18th of June. Al will be signing books on the 25th at Forbidden Planet in London.

Source: Al Robertson and Jon Wallace at Forbidden Planet @ ForbiddenPlanet.com

FILM WITHOUT FILM – CHRIS PETIT IN CONVERSATION

FILM WITHOUT FILM – CHRIS PETIT IN CONVERSATION is available now

FILM WITHOUT FILM – CHRIS PETIT IN CONVERSATION

FILM WITHOUT FILM – CHRIS PETIT IN CONVERSATION

Chris Petit in conversation. Compelling insight into Petit’s work, methods and creative outlook; engaging content on his collaborations and history with Iain Sinclair.

30 pages of original content; stab-stapled; straw, snow and jute recycled paper; colour cover; inner content double sided; trimmed short of A4.

Price GBP 8.00 (including postage within the UK). For postage costs to USA, Europe, South America, South Africa etc – please email.

For enquiries/orders please send an email to postnearlypress@gmail.com

Normal payment method is Paypal – payments against the email address above. Please put delivery address on the transaction details. Cheque payments – this is fine; please email.

Link to the publisher web page