Interviews (Barcelona)

Iain’s visit to Barcelona back at the end of 2016 did not go unnoticed by local media.

A series of links to interviews to Iain:

Iain Sinclair: “El turismo de masas es un pecado capital”–2352752.html

Of Film and Smoke: An Interview with Iain by Paul McRandle on Rain Taxi

Source: Of Film and Smoke: An Interview with Iain Sinclair | Rain Taxi

“an accidental novel”: iain sinclair interviewed

by John Rogers



Iain on Thinking Allowed

Iain and Place-Hacking Hack-tivist Bradley L. Garrett talk about Breadley’s book, London, Place-Hacking and more in the BBC4 Radio Program Thinking Allowed.




Iain on This is Hell! – May 2014

Here is the long interview to Iain Sinclair by Chuck Mertz on This is Hell! Radio from May 2014.

Now edited and partially transcribed by Ed Sutton on Antidote, this is the full version.

From This is Hell! website:

Jack Kerouac might have laid down the road, but the path America’s original freaks took – inward and Westward – survives today, in glimmers and traces. Iain Sinclair traveled to America to walk in the footsteps of the Beat generation, and he shares stories of his trip through memory and imagination, from the cultural ruins of Olympic London, through Albert Speer’s phantom tracks, to end up watching Wayne Rooney on television somewhere in Oregon.

Iain’s book American Smoke: Journeys to the End of the Light is out now from Faber & Faber.

Writer and filmmaker Iain Sinclair is a self-described “British writer, documentarist, film maker, poet, flaneur, metropolitan prophet and urban shaman, keeper of lost cultures and futurologist.” He is also the editor of London: City of Disappearances.