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About the Author
`No one has ever written quite like Iain Sinclair. He will, without doubt, prove the indelible diarist of our age -- our post-punk Pepys'
`Sinclair is the poet of the marginal, the interstitial, the forgotten and the occulted' - (Hari Kunzru)
`Sincalir's prose is vertiginous and polychromatic...a master of the literary collage' - (Peter Ackroyd, The Times) ...
IAIN SINCLAIR has lived in and written about London since 1969. A renowned essayist and writer of fiction, Iain's early work consisted mostly of poetry which he published on his own small press, Albion Village Press. His novels include Downriver (winner of the James Tait Black Prize and the Encore Prize), Radon Daughters, Landor's Tower and Dining on Stones (shortlisted for the Ondaatje Prize). Non-fiction books, exploring the myth and matter of London, include Lights Out for the Territory, London Orbital, Hackney: My Rose Red Empire and most recently Ghostmilk: Calling Time on the Grand Project.