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Minor Literature[s] interview

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 … Continue reading

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Mega City Dun

Thanks to everyone at the Dundee Literary Festival and those who came for a great event. There’s been an avalanche of things happening recently, which I’m still digging my way through, and tomorrow may finally be the first day I’ve … Continue reading

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Ramblin’

A huge thank you to everyone who came to my recent talks at the Venice Architecture Biennale and the Edinburgh International Book Festival. I enjoyed both immensely. Thanks especially to everyone at the German Pavilion, Alastair Donald at the British … Continue reading

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It lives…

So the Imaginary Cities book is finally out (you can pick up a copy via Influx Press’ site though most bookshops can order it in). The response has been phenomenal. Thanks so much to everyone who has read it and … Continue reading

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‘Imaginary Cities’ Book Launch

Waterstones Piccadilly, London will be hosting the launch of Imaginary Cities on Wednesday 22nd July 19:00. It’ll be free of course but please RSVP by email: piccadilly@waterstones.com There’ll be a Q&A, book signing, drinks (I think) and I’ll give a … Continue reading

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‘Press Start to Continue’

I’ll be giving a talk at the V&A, London on the 29th of May. This is from the press release: ‘From Bauhaus to BioShock – how architecture and videogames overlap Gallery 46b, Cast Courts 20.00 Author of the forthcoming Imaginary … Continue reading

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Where the Wild Things Are

The prevalent trend in books, at least on these battered old islands, seems to be for the overnight discovery. It’s a tempting myth for journalists to find some literary Kaspar Hauser out of nowhere (despite the fact there are no … Continue reading

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