Now available online or in print featuring INTERIOR MINISTRY, LOUIS ARMAND, RICHARD MAKIN, DARYA KULBASHNA, RAREŞ GROZEA, VÍT BOHAL, DAVID VICHNAR, MARK DIVO, TATIANA LEBEDEVA, ELIZAVETA ARKHIPOVA, VADIM ERENT, MS MEKIBES, DMITRII SOBOLEV, GEORGIE CHEERS-ASLANIAN, GERMÁN SIERRA, VINCENT DACHY, ANDREW HODGSON, THOR GARCIA, JEROEN NIEUWLAND, VANESSA PLACE, STEWART HOME, ALAN SONDHEIM, MARK AMERIKA, NICOLA MASCIANDARO, DEREK SAYER, OLGA STEHLÍKOVÁ, MICHEL DELVILLE, KAREL PIORECKÝ, DOMINQUE HECQ, SIMONE DE BOURGEOIS, CHARLES BERNSTEIN, PIERRE JORIS, JOSEF STRAKA, ALI ALIZADEH, PHIL SHOENFELT, STEPHANIE GRAY, JAROMÍR TYPLT, FEMEN
I have lived quietly in this house for most of my life.
Books accumulated and a space had to be cleared. 100s of volumes of fiction — novels and tales — were selected for the cull.
Before I could dispose of the books I took images of 384 of the volumes and placed them, together with other information, in spreadsheets.
The spreadsheets are a repository for the data.
I also collected text from each volume, following an algorithm which was intended to ensure that I was not just picking out favourite bits, or suppressing parts I did not like.
An Accumulation of Fictions is an aggregate formed from the collected text.
Out now on Colebrooke Publications. The book will be launched on 22nd June with readings from it by M.J. Weller and Richard Makin: Cass Art, 66 Colebrooke Row, London, N1 8AB., 5PM – 8pm.
DATE: Sunday, 24 May
VENUE: Power Lunches
ADDRESS: 446 Kingsland Road, Hackney, London, E8 4AE
An evening of readings/performances hosted by VLAK magazine to mark the launch of VLAK 5, featuring Lou Rowan, Stewart Home, Jim Ruland, Ulli Freer, Becky Cremin, Sean Bonney, Will Rowe, Louis Armand, David Vichnar, Nat Raha, Tim Atkins, Jeff Hilson and more.
SPECIAL FEATURE: Launch of Richard Makin’s new novel, MOURNING (published by Equus Press, 2015).
Dwelling by Richard Makin
“This is prose you must learn to experience, before you begin to interpret … The pages in their beautiful and delirious abstraction are ordered poetry: revised, corrected, disciplined, polished and then given their head.” – IAIN SINCLAIR
Head of a Man by John Gilmore
“I admire this spare, lean gem of a novel, so lyrical and evocative its brief prose fragments get into your head and stay there.” – GARY GEDDES
STONE SQUID experimental art space, 78 High Street, Old Town, Hastings TN34 3EL. Saturday 5 November 2011, 6:00pm, free admission – refreshments available.
More at the Reality Street site.
Via Ken Edwards:
The Reality Street Supporter Scheme 2011 has officially opened. Already some existing Supporters have re-subscribed – if you would like to join them, you will receive copies of the following five books in 2011:
- James Davies: Plants
- Leopold Haas: The Raft
- Richard Makin: Dwelling
- Carol Watts: Occasionals
- Johan de Wit: Gero Nimo
(Subject to final confirmation and not necessarily in that order)