A long overdue update on coming books, movies and more by Iain and his friends (The Gold Machine and more). Read on!

This website has been silent for a long time, so much has happened in the meantime.

Iain would like to send out a broadcast to all people who are interested in his work.

There is a lot in the making.

The Gold Machine, Iain’s new book, is due on September 2nd

Small picture of Iain’s new book front page: The Gold Machine

A movie by the same title is being made by Grant Gee – to be launched in September too.

Farne Sinclair, Iain’s daughter, is working on an 8 part podcast.

A chapbook by Kevin Ring has just been published: THE GOLD MACHINE BEATS: A JUNGLE DEATH PHOTO ALBUM, an edition of 125 copies.

No direct link available, but go to this page and scroll down, you’ll find it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Directly from Iain:

Tangerine Press will publish a prose-poetry collection, Fifty Catacomb Saints, later this year. With illustrations by Dave McKean

(I couldn’t find anything on it, leave a note in comment if you have any additional information)

There is more in the work, including events, other movies and more.

Stay tuned.

 

Non-Linear Cinema and the Editing of Urban Space in the Fiction of Iain Sinclair”  by Anthony Paraskeva (University of Roehampton)

The current issue of the London Literary Society Journal (The Literary London Journal, Volume 16, Number 1 Autumn 2020)  contains an essay by the title “Non-Linear Cinema and the Editing of Urban Space in the Fiction of Iain Sinclair”  by Anthony Paraskeva (University of Roehampton).

 

 

Iain Sinclair’s Doves Typeface: Launch Event @ South Bank

Join us for a premiere of a new film and poster publication by the legendary London writer, formed from a typeface excavated from the riverbed of the Thames.

Sinclair is in discussion with printer Robert Green and novelist, poet and artist Brian Catling.

This new project is based on the walks that TJ Cobden-Sanderson took in 1917 to discard the metal moulds, or matrices, of the Doves typeface from Hammersmith Bridge following a dispute with his business partner.

In 2015, parts of the typeface were found and excavated by printer Robert Green who has worked on the new publication of Sinclair’s texts, written using only the 150 letters found on the bed of the Thames.

Part of the Totally Thames Festival 2020

Pictures and videos of the “William Blake at Flat Time House” event are now available online

Videos and photographs of the Flat Time House events related to the Blake exhibition, William Blake at Flat Time House, are now viewable online from our website under CURRENT COLLABORATION :

 
 

 

 

BOOK LAUNCH: Our Late Familiars by Ian Wilkinson and Iain Sinclair

BOOK LAUNCH: Our Late Familiars by Ian Wilkinson and Iain Sinclair