Chris Petit’s Museum of Loneliness
The London Review of Books Blog has published an interesting article about the launch of Chris Petit’s The Museum of Loneliness earlier this month. It also discusses Test Center‘s anti-commercialism, an attitude which does not automatically exclude the market. You can find it here.
Our friends of Akinabooks are back with four new releases. For those who might not know, Akina is a small, indipendent London-based publisher of exquisite photobooks and self-published magazines.
Three new issues of the acclaimed Eclisse Zine Series are now ready to ship: fifth Eclisse If I exorcise my devils my angels may [...]
London-based publisher The Swedenborg Society is to publish Iain Sinclair‘s new pocketbook Swimming to Heaven: The Lost Rivers in London.
From Swendeborg website: SWIMMING TO HEAVEN is the second in a series of pocketbooks making available material from the SWEDENBORG ARCHIVE. Iain Sinclair follows in the path of the ‘lost’ rivers of London and examines [...]
BFI Film Fund-backed SWANDOWN will screen in the ACID’s 20th anniversary Cannes selection.
Andrew Kötting and Iain Sinclair’s “playfully absurd” travelogue documentary, Swandown has been selected to screen in the France’s Association for the Diffusion of Independent Cinema (ACID) section at the Cannes Film Festival, which celebrates innovation and experimentation in filmmaking and aims to giving [...]
From the London Review of Books: http://www.lrb.co.uk/v35/n09/iain-sinclair/diary