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Dogging and Psychogeography

For me there is little if any point in defending the historical standing of the Lettrist International. Histories are always contested and a passive contemplation of the past is pointless. As the Lettrist International knew it is a matter of … Continue reading

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Deconstructing Goodreads ‘reviews’ – or the not so Great Leap Backwards!

I just read through all the reviews of my books on the Goodreads website – and a lot of the negative ones are premised on the retarded assumption that realism is the only valid form for ‘fiction’. I’ll begin with … Continue reading

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Are the Belle de Jour blogs and books really the work of psychogeographer Iain Sinclair?

In recent weeks I’ve heard a lot of chatter about Iain Sinclair and Audi. The car manufacturer puts it this way: “Author Iain Sinclair joins filmmaker Chris Petit as they take an unusual trip though the North West of England. Available … Continue reading

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