He had a crap piece about post 2012 Stratford in the ft last weekend that I cut out to infuriate Luke.Never ready anything by him but I found this good
Iain Sinclair · Diary: The Plutocrat Tour · LRB 7 July 2022Silence is the defining quality of wealth. Private security operatives whisper into their fists while patrolling a zone...www.lrb.co.uk
Made me want to read the book he's sortareviewing
It also depressed me but awakened me
Making up your own is also funi was very much skimreading all the stuff about occult centres of power
which is probably the stuff dissensus really enjoyts
Just boring, same old Ian Sinclair basically, I was disappointed.what was crap about it
See for yourself https://archive.ph/14tSFJust boring, same old Ian Sinclair basically, I was disappointed.
I didnt read the lrb piece yet but if it's more of just wandering around having random deep thoughts that may be boring too.See for yourself https://archive.ph/14tSF
Its the one of his that I liked the best, I think it was one of the first things I read by him, so for someone who's not read much by him, I reckon it's the best introduction.Why's that?
I didnt read the lrb piece yet but if it's more of just wandering around having random deep thoughts that may be boring too.
The ft piece was very disjointed, seemed like not enough overall structure or narrative to be more than the sum of its quirky observations and anecdotes
I sent him one of Luke's books and we invited him to Edmund's launch so he is primed for your approach @catalog
"Hundreds, by now thousands, of narratives, all equally valid - what can this mean?"
"Multiple worlds," blurted Nigel, who had floated in from elsewhere.
"Precisely!" cried the Professor. "The Ripper's 'Whitechapel' was a sort of momentary antechamber in space-time . . . one might imagine a giant railway-depot, with thousands of gates disposed radially in all dimensions, leading to tracks of departure to all manner of alternate Histories. . . . "