Tag: Iain Sinclair

  • Sinclair’s “Suicide Bridge” Reissued

    News just in that SKYLIGHT Press has reissued on the best or at least one of my own favorite late seventies UK books:   SUICIDE BRIDGE Iain Sinclair A brand new edition comprising the most complete version ofSuicide Bridge yet published. It includes three extra “books” of material, which formed part of the original work […]

  • Iain Sinclair on Ed Dorn

    There’s an excellent  review (& more) of Ed Dorn’s Collected Poems by Iain Sinclair in the current issue of the London Review of Book. Below the opening paragraph. Unhappily you need to be a subscriber (& that’s a worthwhile thing to be, see below) to have full access (or pick up a paper copy in […]

  • Iain Sinclair’s Lud Heat

    Iain Sinclair is best known today as a novelist — though I have always had a preference for his earlier work in poetry. I am therefore very pleased to see that the book I think of as his best, Lud Heat, has just been reissued by Skylight Press, & is thus available again both here […]

  • Ballard, Sinclair, Place & the Novel (Where's Poetry?)

    Came across a fascinating essay on PLACE in contemporary British writing by David Cunningham on a Ballardian website — extracted below, full essay can be read here. The piece goes to the novel, rather than to poetry, although Charles Olson, Eric Mottram & Allen Fisher are briefly paid lip-service. Which may be a shame in […]