In advance of the French and U.S. editions of Imaginary Cities , I’ve been speaking to Minor Literature[s] about writing, rebellion, film and the meaning of Bergman’s The Seventh Seal. Thanks to Thom Cuell and Momus for the questions.
Finishing the last pieces of my next book, Tidewrack, at the minute (it’s out early next year with Vintage & FSG) and planning a subsequent book about rooms that I hope will be a contemporary response to Gaston Bachelard’s wonderful The Poetics of Space. Lots of talks coming up soon, mainly in England, so keep an eye out.
- Painting as time travel - portraits by Ilya Repin (1870s -1880s) https://t.co/ZeRl66LPlW 56 minutes ago
- HR-FM hr-fm.com https://t.co/ApMuSVUvQP 1 hour ago
- RT @MrTimDunn: I find this gate in SE1 more terrifying than I probably should https://t.co/IiTO23h9vS 1 hour ago
- My sentiments every time they change twitter (from 'The Pickwick Papers', 1836) https://t.co/fCM7tDLOAm 3 hours ago
- RT @MrTimDunn: @Oniropolis But most terrifying was the policeman gloating over dead/dying Londoners in Herrick's "It is cooler below" Londo… 3 hours ago