Iain Sinclair @ Hardy Tree Gallery, London

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On 6th July 2013 at 7.30pm Iain Sinclair shall join a reading session at the Hardy Three Gallery in London (119 Pancras Road – NW1 1UN) along with avant-garde visual artist Ragnhildur Johanns and many others. All the events and the exposition of the Enemies Project are free of charge.

Visit Enemies Project Website for more information and the full programme. Check out the trailer!

Iain Sinclair @ Yoko Ono’s Future Now Weekend

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On Saturday, 22 June Iain Sinclair will be at the Future Now Weekend in Southbank Centre (Belvedere Road – London – SE1 8XX) to perform in a reading session along with other widely acclaimed poets such as Mark Burnhope, Sarah Crewe, Sophie Mayer and many others.

The Weekend is part both of Southbank’s Festival of Neighbourhood and Yoko Ono’s Meltdown, a series of events, performances and live shows curated by Yoko Ono, who will be also present. In particular, the Weekend‘s activities shall focus upon the need to raise awareness, while the themes of future, sustainability and political activism will be discussed with many important guests.

The reading is scheduled to start at 1.30pm. To buy tickets and see the full programme please click here.

Many events will be recorded and uploaded on Southbank Centre website; please also visit Meltdown Fest Facebook Page and follow @meltdownfest to stay informed.

STELLA DUFFY, ALEXEI SAYLE, IAIN SINCLAIR AND OSCAR ZARATE at South Bank Festival of the World.

Join  Stella Duffy, Alexei Sayle, Iain Sinclair and Oscar Zarate in the underground festival venue to hear new work and to  peer into the dark corners of the city and unearth the unseen stories that lie hidden.

 Find out why London 2012 is ‘an exquisite mixture of lofty towers and gutter sleaze, of suburban gentility and urban depravity, of private vices and public philanthropy’, according to the editors of a new anthology of graphic stories ‘It’s Dark in London’.
10 July 2012, 8:00pm

AN EVENING WITH ANDREW KOTTING AND IAIN SINCLAIR

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28.06.2012  starts at 19.00

Sugarhouse Studios, 107 High Street, Stratford, E15 2QQ

Filmmaker Andrew Kotting and writer Iain Sinclair have been collaborating on Swandown, a film and arts project documenting their journey from Hastings to Hackney in a swan pedallo using Sussex and Kent waterways. Here is a chance to see clips from the film, planned for release later in 2012, and the two filmmakers discussing the project. Also screening will be a selection of short films by Andrew Kotting, including his previous collaboration with Sinclair Offshore (UK, 2006) about an attempt to swim the English Channel, and Sinclair will be reading from his book Ghost Milk, his powerful statement on the throwaway impermanence of the present with projects such as The Millennium Dome, the Thames Gateway and ultimately the Olympic Park.

Pighog press Anglo-American event (Part of London Book Fair)

Pighog press and Swedenborg society have organised an Anglo-American poetry event in London:

“Anglo American event in London on Monday 16 April at 7pm.”

Please check the Pighog website for more details

Pighog at London Book Fair

16 – 18 April

From Monday 16 – Wednesday 17 April Pighog will be represented on the Central Books stand at London Book Fair as well as meeting overseas publishers in the world’s largest International Rights Centre. With China as the Market Focus for 2012, Pighog believes it’s the ideal year to make a mark with its growing international partnerships and uniquely talented stable of writers and poets.

Pighog’ Director John Davies will be available at LBF every day and can be contacted at info@pighog.co.uk

To celebrate our ten years and our presence at LBF we’re delighted to welcome Red Hen Press, our US partners in Los Angeles, to London for a day of collaborative Anglo-American events at Swedenborg House near the British Museum, on Monday 16 April, followed by unique Pighog book launches on Tuesday 17 April at the Prince of Teck, Earls Court.

Timetable at-a-glance…
Mon 16 April: Anglo-American events
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2-4pm: Red Hen Masterclass with leading American poet John Barr
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5-6pm: The launch of Hallucinated Horse: New Latin American Poets
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7-8pm: Readings from Red Hen and Pighog Poets, feat. John Barr, Iain Sinclair and more.
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Tues 17 April: Two world firsts from Pighog

7.45pm: The launch of Double Edge by Kay Syrad, the first in the Pighog Full Collection Series
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8.45pm: The publication of Ciaran O’Driscoll’s A Year’s Midnight, Pighog’s first full length novel.
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