London Review of Books
In the upcoming issue of the London Review of Books there is an article written by Iain Sinclair on the Leon Kossoff exhibition at Annely Juda Fine Art in London. The full text can be read here.
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.
Here are several articles Iain Sinclair wrote for the London Review of Books. He has collaborated with the journal since the late eighties. A full list can be found here, although some need subscription to be viewed.
- “Diary” – Vol. 17 No. 11, 8 June 1995, page 37
- “Hopi Mean Time”, on Eye of the Cricket by James Sallis – Vol. 21 No. 6, 18 March 1999, pages 9-11
- “In Hackney” – Vol. 23 No. 22, 15 November 2001, page 22
- “Museums of Melancholy” – Vol. 27 No. 16, 18 August 2005, pages 14-17
- “Upriver” on Thames: Sacred River by Peter Ackroyd – Vol. 31 No. 12, 25 June 2009, pages 5-10
- “The Raging Peloton” – Vol. 33 No. 2, 20 January 2011, pages 3-8
Iain notes from the days of the Olympics.
“The quiver of sharp-nosed rockets in the Rapier missile battery lurched and aimed with a robotic motion.”
Published on LRB 30/08/2012
“A piece I wrote on my visit to Gary Snyder is being published in the next issue of the London Review of Books (24 May). I have also recorded it as a podcast. It has been titled: The Man in the Clearing. I believe that it can be accessed without charge on their website.”
The article has just been posted on the LRB website
No sign of the podcast yet.