University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Iain Sinclair:

An Inventory of His Papers at the Harry Ransom Center



Creator: Sinclair, Iain, 1943-
Title: Iain Sinclair Papers
Dates: 1882-2009 (bulk 1960s-2008)
Abstract: The papers of British writer Iain Sinclair consist of drafts of works, research material, juvenilia, notebooks, personal and professional correspondence, business files, financial files, works by others, ephemera, and electronic files. They document Sinclair’s prolific and diverse career, from running his own press to his wide range of creative output including works of poetry, fiction, non-fiction, edited anthologies, screenplays, articles, essays, reviews, and radio and television contributions.
Call Number: Manuscript Collection MS-4930
Extent: 135 document boxes, 8 oversize boxes (osb) (56.7 linear feet), 23 oversize folders (osf), 15 computer disks
Language: English; some French, German, and Italian
Repository: The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Center

Biographical Sketch

Iain MacGregor Sinclair was born June 11, 1943 in Cardiff, Wales, to Henry and Doris Sinclair, and grew up in Maesteg, a former mining town outside of Cardiff. He attended Cheltenham College and the London School of Film Technique (now the London Film School) before enrolling at Trinity College in Dublin where he served as the editor of the student literary magazine, Icarus. While at Trinity College he met Anna Hadman and they married in 1967. They purchased a house in Hackney, a borough of London, in 1969, with money Sinclair earned from his film documenting Allen Ginsberg’s visit to London, Ah! Sunflower (1967), made for German television. Their first child, Farne, was born in 1972, their second, William, in 1975, and their third, Madeleine, in 1980.

After moving to London, Sinclair worked various jobs including teacher, cigar roller, brewery barrel roller, dockyard laborer, and churchyard and cemetery gardener. In 1970, he started his own press, Albion Village Press, and published small editions of his works including the poetry books Muscat’s Würm (1972) and The Birth Rug (1973), as well as The Kodak Mantra Diaries (1971) which chronicles the making of Ah! Sunflower. He also published works by other British writers including Brian Catling, Tony Lowes, J. H. Prynne, Peter Riley, and Chris Torrance.

While working as a laborer in east London with Catling, Sinclair became interested in six churches there designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor. Sinclair believed there was a mythological significance to their locations and this became the subject of his long poem, Lud Heat, published by Albion Village Press in 1975. Suicide Bridge followed in 1979 and both are considered Sinclair’s most important poetry books and were later published together by Vintage in 1995 and by Granta in 1998. Sinclair’s poetry aligned with the counter culture and post-Beat poetry of the 1960s and established him as a member of a poetic avant-garde movement taking place in Britain in the 1960s and 1970s sometimes referred to as the British Poetry Revival.

Sinclair spent the late 1970s and early 1980s working as a bookseller in addition to writing. This provided the idea and characters for his first novel, White Chappell, Scarlet Tracings, published in 1987, which was the sole runner-up for the Guardian Fiction Prize and helped launch Sinclair’s literary career as a novelist. By the 1990s, he was making his living as a writer, receiving frequent commissions for essays from publications such as London Review of Books and the Guardian, and publishing various works including the novel Downriver (1991), which was awarded the Encore Award and the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for fiction in 1991. Other works from this decade include the poetry book Jack Elam’s Other Eye (1991), the novel Radon Daughters (1994), the edited anthology Conductors of Chaos (1996), and two collaborative non-fiction works, Liquid City (1999) with photographer Marc Atkins, and Rodinsky’s Room (1999) with Rachel Lichtenstein. Sinclair also served as poetry editor at Paladin in the early 1990s, publishing fellow British Poetry Revival poets including Catling, Torrance, Allen Fisher, Bill Griffiths, and Barry MacSweeney.

In 1997, Sinclair published a collected volume of essays about his walks around London, Lights Out for the Territory. Documenting the changes the city was going through as the New Labour party was taking over from the Tories and the effect that new power and money was having on the city, it became an instant bestseller. It is the first in a trilogy of works based on city walks along with London Orbital (2002) and Edge of the Orison (2005). In London Orbital Sinclair documents his walk around the M25, the 117-mile motorway that encircles London, while in Edge of the Orison, he recreates the poet John Clare’s 80-mile walk from Essex, where he escaped from an asylum, to his home in Northborough. This process of taking walks throughout London as a way of writing about the city and involving historical figures such as John Clare, Jack the Ripper, and Arthur Conan Doyle, led to Sinclair’s work being associated with psychogeography, an approach to geography in which the influence of place on emotions is explored.

In addition to writing, Sinclair continued to make films. The Cardinal and the Corpse, made with Chris Petit in 1992, is based on sinister dealings of the book trade, and The Falconer, a collaboration with Petit and sculptor Steve Dilworth from 1997, is a semi-fictional documentary about British underground filmmaker Peter Whitehead. A film version of London Orbital, also made with Petit, who drove the motorway while Sinclair walked, was released with that book. He is also a frequent contributor to BBC programs and has organized various exhibitions and events around London.

Sinclair continues to live and work in Hackney. More recent works include Hackney, That Rose-Red Empire (2009), Ghost Milk (2011) and American Smoke (2014).


Scope and Contents

The papers of British writer Iain Sinclair consist of drafts of works, research material, juvenilia, notebooks, personal and professional correspondence, business files, financial files, works by others, ephemera, and electronic files. They document Sinclair’s prolific and diverse career, from running his own press to his wide range of creative output including works of poetry, fiction, non-fiction, edited anthologies, screenplays, articles, essays, reviews, and radio and television contributions. The papers are organized into five series: I. Literary Activities, 1882-2009 (bulk 1970-2008), undated; II. Correspondence, 1957-2008, undated; III. Career and Personal Papers, 1950-2008, undated; IV. Works by Others, 1968-2008, undated; and V. Printed Materials, 1973-2008, undated.

The Ransom Center acquired the papers in two separate acquisitions in 2004 and 2008. Except in a few cases, the material lacked an arrangement or organizational system. Many items that were not related to each other were grouped into envelopes that were either unlabeled or labeled with only some of their contents, though the labels were often vague, such as "drafts." These items were separated in order to be filed with their respective project or topic, and the original envelope, or a photocopy of it, was kept with the item even when the description on the envelope did not include or was not necessarily indicative of said item. Where an original order was evident, for example the alphabetical files of correspondence, it was retained. Otherwise, the arrangement outlined here was determined by the archivist.

Series I. Literary Activities consists of 55 document boxes, 5 oversize boxes, and 9 oversize folders of materials associated with Sinclair’s writings and editorial projects. It is arranged into four subseries: A. Long Works, 1882-2009 (bulk 1970-2009), undated; B. Film and Television, 1967-2007, undated; C. Essays and Short Works, circa 1970s-2008, undated; and D. Other Writings, circa 1953-2008, undated. Works in each of these subseries are arranged in alphabetical order by title except for the book contributions and reviews which are arranged alphabetically by author, and the notebooks which are arranged chronologically.

Subseries A. Long Works consists of Sinclair’s book-length works published between 1970 and 2009. This includes poetry and prose compilations, novels, non-fiction works, and books edited by Sinclair. Within each title, the material generally follows the chronological order of literary production, from research and notes to publication proofs. When present, related material such as dust jacket proofs and publicity material follow the drafts. Notebooks that were originally filed with a specific work, or labeled with the title of a specific work, are located with that work. In some cases, handwritten notes are written on letters or empty envelopes, or on the back of discarded typescript pages. When identified, the titles of the typescript drafts on the versos of pages of notes are indicated in the container list. Drafts remain arranged in the order in which they arrived at the Ransom Center which, especially in the cases of works of poetry, is not necessarily the order in which they appear in their published form. Some works also include extensive research material especially Downriver (1991), Edge of the Orison (2005), Hackney, That Rose-Red Empire (2009), Landor’s Tower (2001), Lights Out for the Territory (1997), and London Orbital (2002). Numerous interview transcripts are also located with material for Hackney, That Rose-Red Empire. Sinclair’s editorial projects, Conductors of Chaos (1996) and London: City of Disappearances (2006) also include individual files for the books’ contributors that consist of correspondence and/or typescripts of their works.

Sinclair published some of his early works under his own presses, Albion Village Press, and later, Hoarse Commerce Press. The works published under Albion Village Press are Back Garden Poems (1970), The Birth Rug (1973), Groucho Positive/Groucho Negative (1974), The Kodak Mantra Diaries (1971), Lud Heat (1975), Muscat’s Würm (1972), and Suicide Bridge (1979). Works published under Hoarse Commerce Press are Autistic Poses (1985), Flesh Eggs & Scalp Metal (1983), Fluxions (1983), and Jack Elam’s Other Eye (1991). Production material for these works, mostly in the form of paste-ups, is listed in the container list both in this subseries, as well as in Series III. Career and Personal Papers, Subseries A. Business and Employment.

A few early typescripts, as well as a paste-up of Lud Heat, arrived at the Ransom Center with evidence of mold. The Center’s Conservation Department has vacuum treated the Lud Heat paste-up, but mold spores may still be present. For health reasons, patrons may consider wearing gloves and a dust/mist respirator while handling this material. Other items that contain mold are a typescript of Back Garden Poems, two typescripts from 1973 of The Birth Rug, and a typescript from 1973 of Red Eye (2013). The typescripts have not been treated and are currently restricted.

Subseries B. Film and Television contains material related to Sinclair’s film and television projects, including several that are unproduced. Completed projects include Ah! Sunflower (1967), Asylum (2000), The Cardinal and the Corpse (1992), and The Falconer (1998). Film proposals and unproduced films lacking a title are listed by the description provided by Sinclair which is indicated in single quotes in the container list. A small amount of film related correspondence and notes is included at the end of this subseries. The correspondence includes letters regarding Ah! Sunflower and rejection letters for film proposals. Included with the notes is an essay on film written by Sinclair.

Subseries C. Essays and Short Works is made up of short writings for various publications, especially London Review of Books and the Guardian. These are listed alphabetically by their original title as it appears on Sinclair’s typescripts, though many were published under alternative titles which are also noted. Occasionally, research material is also included in the files.

Subseries D. Other Writings consists of book contributions, early works, lectures and talks, lyrics, notebooks, poetry, reviews, assorted short writings, notes and fragments, and unsorted electronic files.

Book contributions include introductions, poems, stories, and essays published in books by other writers or compilations. Listed alphabetically by the author of the work, they include typescripts and, in some cases, notes, research material, and proofs of the work.

Early works consist of early writings and juvenilia. Notebooks from Sinclair’s time at Cheltenham College and Trinity College in Dublin are also included. The early writings are primarily drafts of plays and poems, though a film script and an unfinished novel are also present. Of note in this section is a handwritten manuscript of Sinclair’s first story written around 1953, The Mystery of Rashmere Abbey. An essay on Dylan Thomas, for which he was awarded the Trevelyan Scholarship, is also included.

The Lectures and Talks section is comprised of drafts of lectures given at various events. They are listed alphabetically by title. Notes for talks are also included at the end of this section though some of the events with which they are associated are not identified.

The small section of Lyrics consists of typescripts of song lyrics written by Sinclair, some in collaboration with composer John Harle.

Sixty-five notebooks spanning from about 1960 to 2007 are included. They are arranged chronologically and provide perspective into Sinclair’s writing and writing process. The earlier notebooks from the 1960s to the 1970s primarily contain drafts of poems, notes, jottings, and occasional doodles. The later notebooks contain notes, lists, and drafts for various works. The majority of the notebooks are unlabeled; however, in cases where the title of a specific work contained in the notebook was noted or could be ascertained, that information was included in the description. Of interest is the "Chatham in Five Hours" notebook located in folder 53.3. Written in one day, it recounts a five-hour walk through Chatham undertaken by Sinclair and his wife, Anna, in April 2007 and includes pasted in text and photographs.

A small poetry section in this subseries consists of some "collage poems" made up of cut up texts, and research material about poetry. Also present is a folder containing drafts of poems ranging from 1977 to 1985 that includes some which were published in Autistic Poses, Flesh Eggs & Scalp Metal, and Fluxions.

The reviews in this subseries, many of which were written for London Review of Books, are arranged in alphabetical order by the author of the reviewed work. The titles under which the reviews were published, as well Sinclair’s original titles, are also noted in the container list.

The Assorted Short Writings section contains short pieces written by Sinclair such as solicited book recommendations and promotional blurbs for works by other writers.

Notes on various subjects as well as assorted fragments are located at the end of this subseries and are listed alphabetically by subject. Two folders containing various typescript fragments and notes at the end of this section also include portions of Downriver, London Orbital, Rodinsky’s Room, and notes for talks. One folder is made up of unidentified notes and fragments.

A small section at the end of this series is comprised of unsorted electronic files contained on a Macintosh Performa 460 hard drive (0809008P-001) and two disks (20080908P-008 through 20080908P-009). The hard drive contains drafts of works, as well as notes and correspondence, from 1995 to 2006. The drafts include Buried at Sea and Objects of Obscure Desire, as well as the short works Channel Hopping, Deadad, Fallujah London, Funeral Homes & Small Bright Ornaments, The Monkey’s Jaw, Primitive London, A City Revised: Purple Clouds & Ladders of Glass, Rivers & Mounds, and Route Monsters. The hard drive also contains notes and/or promotional material for Ah! Sunflower; Hackney, That Rose-Red Empire; Kodak Mantra Diaries; and London: City of Disappearances. One disk, labeled "Writings Jan/Oct 05," contains drafts for several essays including Fallujah London, Patrick Hamilton, Going to the Crossroads, Foot-Foundered, and River Gods. Also in this disk is material for Buried at Sea and drafts for the reviews Route Monsters and First There is a Mountain. One folder in the disk contains material related to artist Sarah Simblet. The second disk, labeled "Writings 2," contains a large amount of drafts, digital images, correspondence, notes, and other personal and career related files. A folder titled "articles" contains drafts of several essays, reviews, and other short writings. Other folders in the disk contain material for Ah! Sunflower; Buried at Sea; The Firewall; and London: City of Disappearances among others. The majority of the files on this disk are not organized into computer directory folders. Other works represented include Dining on Stones; Hackney, That Rose-Red Empire; London Orbital; Objects of Obscure Desire; and the short works Big Umbrellas in the Badlands; Diving into Dirt; Empty Streets, Busy Walls; and Funeral Homes & Small Bright Ornaments.

Series II. Correspondence contains personal and professional letters. It is subdivided into three subseries: A. Alphabetical Files, 1963-2008, undated; B. Chronological Files, 1962-2008, undated; and C. Family, School, and Early Correspondence, 1957-circa 2000s, undated. The Alphabetical Files and Family, School, and Early Correspondence reflect the original order in which the correspondence from the first accession was received. Letters not filed within these categories were arranged chronologically in the Chronological Files. The correspondence in the second accession of material lacked a filing system and those letters were either interfiled with the Alphabetical files, if a file for that correspondent was present, or added to the Chronological Files.

Subseries A. Alphabetical Files consists of personal and professional correspondence filed alphabetically by sender and reflect Sinclair’s arrangement as received with the first accession of materials. Correspondence received with the second accession lacked this organization; however, for consistency, letters from senders that already had an alphabetical file were added to that file, with the exception of printed out emails included in the email files from 2005 to 2008. Especially well represented in this subseries are writers Tony Lowes, Michael Moorcock, and Chris Torrance. Moorcock often sent Sinclair various items in addition to letters including toys, candy, and ephemera. An item of interest in the correspondence is a matchbox containing a petrified lizard carcass (found in container 57.2) sent to Sinclair by Brian Catling who often addressed him as "Muscat." Other notable correspondents include Peter Ackroyd, Martin Booth, William S. Burroughs, Paul Green, Nicholas Johnson, Douglas Oliver, J. H. Prynne, Peter Riley, and Ben Watson (also known as "Out to Lunch").

Subseries B. Chronological Files contains correspondence from 1962 to 2008 that was not separated into alphabetical or topical files. It includes letters related to Albion Village Press, financial and legal correspondence, personal letters, requests, invitations, and printed ephemera such as newsletters and brochures. Within each year, the letters are arranged alphabetically by sender. Letters with an unidentified sender or signed with first name only and any empty envelopes are filed at the end of the folder. A few outgoing letters are included throughout, especially in the files from 1999 and later, and these are interfiled with their corresponding incoming letter, if present, or at the end.

Interfiled within the chronological files are a small amount of email printouts, but the bulk of the emails were grouped separately in envelopes. They range from 2005 to 2008 and are located at the end of the chronological files. These are organized by year and arranged in rough chronological order within each year. Sinclair’s replies and printed out attachments are sometimes included. Some emails also contain handwritten notes or replies by Sinclair.

Other small topical files of correspondence included at the end of this subseries are poetry submissions and requests for readings or other events. Unidentified and loose enclosures were grouped by year and are also located at the end of this subseries. They consist of ephemera, clippings, business cards, and unidentified photocopies.

Subseries C. Family, School, and Early Correspondence contains letters that were grouped but filed separately from the alphabetical files. This includes early personal correspondence, filed alphabetically under the General section; early letters regarding employment; letters from Sinclair’s family, including his parents, wife, and children; rejection letters from the 1960s; and school-related correspondence from Cheltenham College, Trinity College, and Courtauld Institute of Art. The correspondence in the Trinity College file includes letters and submissions from the time Sinclair served as editor of the literary magazine, Icarus.

The bulk of the correspondents are listed in the Index of Correspondents included in this guide except for Christmas cards signed with first names only or unidentified, and mass emails received from various neighborhood listservs.

Series III. Career and Personal Papers contains documents and material related to Sinclair’s businesses, writing career, and contributions to various events and organizations. It is divided into two subseries: A. Business and Employment, 1969-2003, undated; and B. Other Papers, 1950-2008, undated. The material in this series is filed in alphabetical order by name or topic.

Subseries A. Business and Employment contains material related to Sinclair’s presses, Albion Village Press and Hoarse Commerce Press; his bookselling business, Iain Sinclair Books; and his time as editor of the Paladin Poetry series.

The Albion Village Press files make up the bulk of this subseries and consist of catalogues, correspondence, financial records, reviews, and production material for books published by the press including several paste ups. The works represented include early works by Sinclair, also listed in Series I. Literary Activities, Subseries A. Long Works, as well as works by Brian Catling, Tony Lowes, J. H. Prynne, Peter Riley, and Chris Torrance. Several of the paste-ups arrived at the Ransom Center with evidence of mold. The Center’s Conservation Department has vacuum treated these, but mold spores may still be present. For health reasons, patrons may consider wearing gloves and a dust/mist respirator while handling this material. The affected paste-ups are Catling’s Vorticegarden (1974), Prynne’s A Night Square (1973), Sinclair’s Lud Heat (1975), and Torrance’s The Magic Door (1975).

Material related to Hoarse Commerce Press consists of book paste-ups for works by Sinclair, and one paste-up for Penniless Politics (1991) by Douglas Oliver.

Business cards, correspondence, and financial records for Sinclair’s bookselling business, Iain Sinclair Books, is included in this subseries. The orders found here are primarily for Oliver’s Penniless Politics, though a small amount of orders for other works are also in the file. A large, but incomplete, series of book catalogues and catalogue paste-ups are also present.

Sinclair served as editor of the Paladin Poetry series, Re/Active Anthologies, in the early 1990s and material related to that editorship is included here. It consists of drafts and correspondence from poets Allen Fisher, Bill Griffiths, Barry MacSweeney, and Chris Torrance, as well as correspondence with the publisher of the series, Grafton Books, which later merged with HarperCollins. The Grafton Books/HarperCollins files also include letters regarding Downriver; White Chappell, Scarlet Tracings; and Flesh Eggs and Scalp Metal.

Subseries B. Other Papers is primarily made up of material related to Sinclair’s writing career, including financial and legal documents, as well as material from his various event, exhibition, and radio and television contributions. A small amount of articles and interviews are also included in this subseries, as well as photographs documenting Sinclair’s honorary degree from Brunel University in 2007. The materials are in alphabetical order by topic.

The Events and Exhibitions section makes up the bulk of this subseries and consists of programs and promotional material for conferences, festivals, and exhibitions with which Sinclair was involved. Some files also include correspondence and notes. It is arranged alphabetically by event name.

Financial and Legal documents in this subseries includes contracts and files related to royalties and income from different sources, including the BBC. Material from Sinclair’s agent, MBA Literary Agents, is also filed here. Personal financial files consist of bills, receipts, statements, invoices, and check stub books.

Subjects represented in the Subject Files and Collected Materials section are primarily individuals, though a collection of clippings on the moon landing and the assassination of Bobby Kennedy are also included. The individuals represented in the subject files include historical figures as well as Sinclair collaborators. Among them are Marc Atkins, William Hope Hodgson, John Cowper Powys, Sarah Simblet, Jack Trevor Story, and Peter Whitehead. Material that was grouped together but lacking a unifying theme or topic was kept together and is filed at the end of this section. The grouping does not necessarily indicate the material was collected together for a specific purpose, and some files include unidentified notes by Sinclair.

The Television and Radio section in this subseries contains material related to Sinclair’s contributions to various television and radio broadcasts, especially for the BBC. The files include research material, notes, scripts, correspondence, and production material.

Series IV. Works by Others consists of typescripts and proofs of works written by others, arranged alphabetically by author. A small amount of these works are about Sinclair and those are listed at the beginning of the series. They include an unpublished essay by Kathy Acker, several extracts of Robert Bond’s PhD thesis, and an essay by Simon Perril. The bulk of the series is made up of works that are not about Sinclair and were sent to him by authors and publishers. Some of the writers represented are Brian Catling, Stewart Home, Michael Moorcock, Douglas Oliver, Simon Perril, Chris Petit, Jeremy Reed, David Seabrook, Ben Watson, and Tony White.

Series V. Printed Materials is subdivided into four subseries: A. Catalogues, 1977-2005, undated; B. Chapbooks and Publications, 1973-2003, undated; C. Newsletters and Serials, 1973-2008, undated; and D. Ephemera, circa 1970s-2000s. The catalogues, newsletters and serials, and ephemera are arranged alphabetically by name or title, while the chapbooks and publications are arranged alphabetically by author.

Subseries A. Catalogues contains catalogues from various booksellers, publishers, and small presses. The publishers’ catalogues that contain books by Sinclair are noted in parentheses, however, some of the bookseller and small press catalogues also include his works and/or information on Albion Village Press or Iain Sinclair Books.

Subseries B. Chapbooks and Publications includes works by various writers including Simon Perril, Nicholas Royle, and Barry Tebb.

Subseries C. Newsletters and Serials consists of periodical issues, some of which contain essays or excerpts by Sinclair or reviews of his books, noted in parentheses in the container list. Of note is a copy of issue number 4 of Joint from about late 1969 to early 1970s, which includes several early short poems by Sinclair. Of the newsletters, the Association of Little Presses (ALP) Newsletter is especially well represented and goes back to the first issue from 1973. Other newsletters that include several issues are PALPI (Poetry and Little Press Information) and Poetry Now Newsletter.

Subseries D. Ephemera contains a large amount of ephemera collected by Sinclair including brochures, invitations, flyers, programs, and promotional material. It is divided into ephemera related to art and theatre, and ephemera related to book publishing and periodicals. Ephemera in this subseries does not include items for events or exhibitions with which Sinclair was a participant or contributor. The arrangement is alphabetical by the name of the organization or business.


Restrictions

Access:

Open for research. Researchers must register and agree to copyright and privacy laws before using archival materials. Some materials restricted due to condition and conservation status.

Use Policies:

Ransom Center collections may contain material with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations. Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in the collections without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the Ransom Center and The University of Texas at Austin assume no responsibility.

Restrictions on Use:

Certain restrictions apply to the use of electronic files. Researchers must agree to the Materials Use Policy for Electronic Files before accessing them. Original computer disks and forensic disk images are restricted. Copying electronic files, including screenshots and printouts, is not permitted. To request access to electronic files, please email reference@hrc.utexas.edu.

Authorization for publication is given on behalf of the University of Texas as the owner of the collection and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder which must be obtained by the researcher. For more information please see the Ransom Center's Open Access and Use Policies.


Index Terms

People
Catling, B. (Brian).
Fisher, Allen, 1944- .
Home, Stewart, 1962- .
Lichtenstein, Rachel, 1969- .
Lowes, Tony, 1944- .
Moorcock, Michael, 1939- .
Petit, Christopher.
Torrance, Chris.
Subjects
Authors, Welsh--20th century.
Poets, Welsh--20th century.
Document Types
Clippings.
Correspondence.
Electronic documents.
Ephemera.
Manuscripts.
Publications.
Scripts.

Related Material

Letters from Iain Sinclair to Bill Griffiths are in the Bill Griffiths Collection at Brunel University London.


Separated Material

Bound volumes and commercial audio CDs were transferred to the Ransom Center Library. One unpublished CD was transferred to the Ransom Center Sound Recordings Collection. A computer hard drive, data CDs, and floppy disks were transferred to the Ransom Center's Electronic Records Collection. Several small promotional items (buttons, pencil) were transferred to the Ransom Center Personal Effects Collection.


Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Purchases, 2004, 2008 (R15236, 2008-09-08-P)

Processed by:

Joan Sibley and Daniela Lozano, 2016-2017


Sources:

In addition to material found in the collection, the following sources were used:

"Iain Sinclair." British Council Literature, https://literature.britishcouncil.org/writer/iain-sinclair (accessed 23 February 2017).

"Iain Sinclair." Contemporary Authors Online, http://galenet.galegroup.com (accessed 23 February 2017).

Janes, Daniel Marc. "Iain Sinclair: A Life in Film."  Los Angeles Review of Books, 25 February 2015, https://lareviewofbooks.org/article/iain-sinclair-life-film#! (accessed 27 February 2017).

Jeffries, Stuart. "On the road."  The Guardian, 23 April 2004, https://www.theguardian.com/books/2004/apr/24/featuresreviews.guardianreview14 (accessed 27 February 2017).

Sheppard, Robert. Iain Sinclair. Devon, U.K.: Northcote House Publishers, 2007.

"Sinclair, Iain." The Literary Encyclopedia, 7 November 2002.


Container List

Series I. Literary Activities, 1882-2009 (bulk 1970-2008), undated

Subseries A. Long Works, 1882-2009 (bulk 1970-2009), undated
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1.1 Autistic Poses (poetry, 1985). Paste-up, 1985
Back Garden Poems (poetry, 1970)
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135.1 Typescript, 1970 [CONSERVATION RESTRICTION – DO NOT PAGE]
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1.2 Paste-up (cover only), 1970
The Birth Rug (poetry, 1973)
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1.3 Drafts. Typescripts with revisions, undated
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135.2 Typescript with revisions, 1973 [CONSERVATION RESTRICTION – DO NOT PAGE]
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135.3 Corrected typescript, 1973 [CONSERVATION RESTRICTION – DO NOT PAGE]
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osf 1-2 Paste-ups (2), 1973
Buried at Sea (poetry, 2006)
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1.4 Draft. Typescript and handwritten notes, 2005-2006 (includes The Firewall material)
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1.5 Typescript, 2005
Typescript fragment with light revisions and handwritten notes, undated
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1.6 Proof with corrections and correspondence, 2006
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1.7 Promotional material, 2006
Conductors of Chaos (editor, 1996)
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1.8 Correspondence from Macmillan, 1992-1996
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1.9 Correspondence and research material, 1992-1995
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1.10 Introduction, promotion, lists, 1996, undated
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1.11-12, 2.1 Photocopied typescript with corrections, 1995-1996
Contributor files
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2.2 Bergvall, Caroline, 1994-1995
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2.3 Catling, Brian, 1995
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2.4 Cheek, Cris, 1994-1995
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2.5 Corcoran, Kelvin, 1994
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2.6 Crozier, Andrew, 1994-1995
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2.7 Duncan, Andrew, 1994-1995
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2.8 Fisher, Allen, 1994
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2.9 Gascoyne, David, 1994
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2.10 Graham, W. S., 1994
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2.11 Griffiths, Bill, 1994-1995
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2.12 Halsey, Alan, 1994-1996
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2.13 Harwood, Lee, 1994
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2.14 Haslam, Michael, 1994-1996
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2.15 Home, Stewart, 1994-1995
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2.16 James, John, 1994-1996
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2.17 Johnson, Nicholas, 1995-1996
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2.18 Lake, Grace, 1994-1995
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2.19 Lopez, Tony, 1994-1996
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2.20 MacSweeney, Barry, 1996
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2.21 Mengham, Rod, 1994-1996
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2.22 Milne, Drew, 1993-1996
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2.23 Monk, Geraldine, 1994-1996
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2.24 Oliver, Douglas, 1994-1996
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2.25 O’Sullivan, Maggie, 1994-1996
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2.26 Out to Lunch (Ben Watson), 1994-1996
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2.27 Patterson, Ian, 1994
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2.28 Prynne, J. H., 1994
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2.29 Reed, Jeremy, 1994-1996
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2.30 Riley, Denise, 1994-1996
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2.31 Riley, Peter, 1994-1996
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2.32 Rodefer, Stephen, 1994
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2.33 Torrance, Chris, 1994-1995
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2.34 Wilkinson, John, 1994-1996
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2.35 Williamson, Aaron, 1994-1996
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3.1 Various/unidentified, 1994-1996
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3.2 Promotional material for readings, undated
Crash (non-fiction, 1999)
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3.3 Interview transcripts, research material, 1998
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3.4-5 Notes, interview transcripts, 1998, undated
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3.6 Typescript draft with corrections, 1998
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3.7-8 Typescript, proofs, correspondence, 1997-1999
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3.9 Promotional material, undated
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3.10 Dark Lanthorns: David Rodinsky’s A to Z Walked Over by Iain Sinclair (non-fiction, 1999). Typescript, typescript with revisions, notes, 1999
Dining on Stones (novel, 2004)
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osb 1 Clippings 'for possible use,' 2002-2003
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4.1 Notebook, 2004
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4.2, osb 1 Outline, notebooks (2), research clippings, 2002-2003, undated
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4.3 Research materials, notes, outlines, early drafts, 2003, undated
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4.4-6 Draft one. Typescript with corrections, December 2002-April 2003
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4.7, 5.1-2 Typescript, July 2003
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5.3-5 Page proofs with corrections, December 2003
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osb 1 Style and layout proof, undated
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5.6 Correspondence, 2003
Downriver (novel, 1991)
Research materials
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5.7 1976-1988, undated
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6.1-2, osb 1 1985-1989, undated
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6.3 Research images, undated
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6.4 Revised pages. Typescript and typescript fragments with heavy revisions, undated
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6.5-6 Penultimate version (original title Downstream). Typescript with revisions, July 1989
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6.7, 7.1-2 Final version. Typescript, November 1989
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7.3-5 Copy-edited typescript, 1990
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7.6, 8.1 Page proofs with corrections (Penguin 2004 edition), January 2004
Fragments
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8.2 Afterword / Introduction (U.S. edition). Typescript, typescript with revisions, and handwritten manuscript, 1989, undated
Eisenbahnangst (into the Fourth Square) (fragment). Typescript, undated
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8.3 He Walked Amongst the Trial Men. Photocopied typescript of early version with revisions, 1988
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8.4 Promotional material, correspondence, schedule, reviews, 1990-1995
The Ebbing of the Kraft (poetry, 1997)
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8.5 Typescript and proof with revisions, 1997
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8.6 Afterimage (story included in book). Handwritten notes, typescripts, and typescripts with revisions, 1997
Edge of the Orison (non-fiction, 2005)
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8.7 'Clare file I,' undated
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8.8 'Clare file II & III,' undated
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8.9 'Clare / odds; notes, jottings,' 2003-2004, undated
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8.10 Notes / draft. Typed and handwritten manuscript and notes, 2003-2004
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8.11-12, 9.1 First draft. Typescript with corrections, March-October 2004
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9.2-4 Typescript, 16 December 2004
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9.5-6, 10.1-4 Page proofs with corrections (two copies), May 2005
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10.5 Correspondence, 2004-2005
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10.6 Promotion-publicity schedule and send copies list, undated
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10.7 Film adaptation proposal. Typescript, undated
The Firewall: Selected Poems, 1979-2006 (poetry, 2006)
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10.8-9 First draft (original title Dead Letter Office). Typescript with light corrections, November-December 2005
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10.10, 11.1 Second draft. Typescript, December 2005
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11.2 Page proofs with corrections, undated
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11.3 Page proofs, September 2006
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11.4 Correspondence, 2005-2006
Flesh Eggs & Scalp Metal (poetry, 1983)
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11.5 Typed and handwritten drafts with revisions, 1982-1983
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11.6 Paste-up, 1983
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11.7 Flesh Eggs & Scalp Metal: Selected Poems, 1970-1987 (poetry, 1989). Typescript draft (original title Autistic Poses), undated
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11.8 Fluxions (poetry, 1983). Paste-up, 1983
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osf 3 Groucho Positive/Groucho Negative (essay, 1974). Paste-up, 1974
Hackney, That Rose-Red Empire: A Confidential Report (non-fiction, 2009)
Research material
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11.9 Correspondence from Driffield, 2006
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11.10 Correspondence, outgoing, 2006
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11.11 'Jim’s Book.' Notebook found during research walk (12 April 2006), 1999-2001
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osf 17 Map of Hackney
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12.1-3 Research files. Correspondence, clippings, notes, typescripts, printed materials, 1997-2007
Interviews
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12.4 Fountain, Nigel. Handwritten transcript and research material, 2006-2007
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12.5 Home, Stewart. Handwritten and typed transcript and correspondence, 2005-2007
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12.6 Lyne, Douglas. Typed transcript and correspondence with Sydney Davies, 2006-2007
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12.7 Worpole, Ken. Typed transcript, handwritten and typed transcript of Alexander Baron interview by Worpole (7 June 1983), correspondence, 2006-2007
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12.8 Various (includes Driffield, Stephen Gill, Erol Kagan, Sidney Kirsh, Rachel Lichtenstein, Jock McFadyen, Patrick Wright, and others). Handwritten transcripts and notes, 2004-2008
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13.1-2 'Notes Hackney' (includes Peter Bruggen, Stephen Gill, Timothy Hyman, Ann Jameson, Douglas Lyne, Mimi Mollica, Norman Palmer, Emily Richardson, Marina Warner, Ken Worpole, and others). Handwritten transcripts and notes, 2006-2007
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13.3 Various (includes Bill Parry-Davies, Tony Lambrianou, Mark Pawson, Astrid Proll, Sheila Rowbotham, and others). Handwritten transcripts, 2007, undated
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13.4 Various (includes Ann Jameson, Erol Kagan, Sidney Kirsh, Tony Lambrianou, Rachel Lichtenstein, Norman Palmer, Emily Richardson, Sheila Rowbotham, and Patrick Wright). Typed transcripts, 1992-2007
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13.5 'Notes, jottings.' Handwritten notes, 2007, undated
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13.6 'Notes for Hackney.' Handwritten notes, undated
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13.7-9, 14.1 First draft. Typescript with corrections, October 2007
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14.2-3 Fragments. Typescripts and typescripts with revisions, undated
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14.4 Promotional notes and events, undated
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14.5 Jack Elam’s Other Eye (poetry, 1991). Paste-up, 1991
The Kodak Mantra Diaries (documentary, 1971)
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osf 4 Paste-up, 1971
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14.6 Typescript with corrections, photographs, and correspondence for Beat Scene edition (2006), 2006
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14.7 Beat Scene, The Kodak Mantra Diaries special issue, Winter 2006
Landor’s Tower (novel, 2001)
Research materials
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14.8 1978-1990
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14.9-10, osb 1 1987-1997
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14.11, osb 1 Clippings, 1987-1999
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14.12, osb 1 'Letters: Dr. Hinton; notes, prompts,' 1983-2002
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15.1, osb 1 'Thorpe Goodman etc,' 1990-1997
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15.2 From John Hannon, 1998-1999, undated
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15.3 From Charlie Mitton, 1995-1997, undated
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15.4 From Jonathan Wood, 1905-1998
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15.5 Research materials and notes, 1980-1999, undated
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15.6 Handwritten notes, undated
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15.7 Notebook, undated
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15.8 Notebook, outline, notes, 1999-2000, undated
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15.9, 16.1 Typescript draft with revisions, circa 2000
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16.2-4 Second draft with revisions, undated
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16.5-6, 17.1 Typescript with light revisions, 2000
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17.2 Copy-editor’s queries and revisions, 2000
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17.3 Publicity tour material, 2000-2001
Lights Out for the Territory (non-fiction, 1997)
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17.4 Notebooks (5), 1994-1995, undated
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17.5 Early synopsis, undated
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17.6, osb 1 Research materials, 1990-1997, undated
Research material, notes, and early drafts
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17.7, osb 1 Cinema Purgatorio, 1992-1995, undated
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17.8, osb 1 The Dog and the Dish, 1990-1995, undated
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17.9 Lord Archer’s Prospects, 1995, undated
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17.10 X Marks the Spot, 1995
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17.11-12, 18.1 Outline and drafts. Typescripts with revisions and research material, 1994-1995, undated
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18.2-3 Typescript with revisions [incomplete], undated
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18.4-5 Typescript with light revisions, undated
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18.6 Corrections, artwork, promotional material, 1996
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18.7 Beating the Bounds, an introduction to Lights Out for the Territory. Typescript and typescript with revisions, undated
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18.8 Correspondence, 1996
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18.9 Promotion and reviews, 1994-1997
Liquid City (with Marc Atkins; non-fiction, 1999)
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19.1-2 Notes, drafts, interviews, undated
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19.3 Draft, unpublished introduction, and correspondence, 1998, undated
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osb 2 Page proofs with corrections, 1999
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19.4 Sion Ants. Typescripts and notes, undated
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19.5 LLUDDHeat (poetry, unpublished). Typescript, 1974
London: City of Disappearances (editor, 2006)
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19.6 Notebook, 2004
Contributor files
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19.7 Baer, Ann, 2002-2005
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19.8 Ballard, J. G., 2005
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19.9 Beard, Steve, 2004-2005
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19.10 Benzon, Kiki, 2004-2005
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19.11 Buck, Paul, 2004-2006
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19.12 Capildeo, Vahni, 2004-2005
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19.13 Carew, Keggie, 2004
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19.14 Carpenter, Peter, 2004-2005
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19.15 Catling, Brian, 2005
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19.16 de Chantilly, Marc Vaulbert, 2004-2006
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20.1 Diamant, Kathi, 2004-2005
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20.2 Drif Field [Driffield], 2004-2005
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20.3 Evans, Gareth, 2005
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20.4 Fischer, Tibor, 2004-2005
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20.5 Fisher, Allen, 2005
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20.6 Frewin, Tony, 2005
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20.7 Graham, Ranald, 2005
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20.8 Griffiths, Bill, 2004-2005
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20.9 Harwood, Lee, 2004-2005
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20.10 Home, Stewart, 2001-2005
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20.11 Humphreys, Richard, 2004-2005
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20.12 Keiller, Patrick, 2004-2005
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20.13 Kociejowski, Marius, 2004-2005
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20.14 Kötting, Andrew, 2004-2006
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20.15 Lichtenstein, Rachel, 2004-2005
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20.16 Lykiard, Alexis, 2001-2006
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20.17 Meades, Jonathan, 2005
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20.18 Moorcock, Michael, 2004-2006
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21.1 Moore, Alan, 2005
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21.2 Nuttall, Jeff, 2004-2005
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21.3 Papadimitriou, Nick, 2004-2005
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21.4 Petit, Chris, 2005
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21.5 Raworth, Tom, 2005-2006
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21.6 Royle, Nick, 2004-2005
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21.7 Rudolf, Anthony, 2004-2005
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21.8 Sallis, Jim, 2004-2005
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21.9 Sandhu, Sukhdev, 2005
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21.10 Seed, John, 2005
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21.11 Self, Will, 2004-2005
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21.12 Sinclair, Anna [includes William Sinclair], 2005
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21.13 Smith, Stephen, 2004-2005
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21.14 Valentine, Ruth, 2004-2005
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21.15 Wall, Alan, 2004-2005
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21.16 Warner, Marina, 2004-2006
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21.17 Watson, Ben, 2004-2005
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21.18 Welch, John, 2004-2005
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21.19 Williams, Carol, 2005
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21.20 Wise, Sarah, 2004-2005
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22.1 Wright, Patrick, 2005
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22.2 Others, 2005
Correspondence
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22.3 Hamish Hamilton/Penguin, 2002-2005 (includes correspondence re: Edge of the Orison)
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22.4 Jackson, Kevin, 2004-2005
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22.5 Re: Artwork, 2004-2005
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22.6 Seed, John, 2004-2005
Various contributors
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22.7 2003-2005
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22.8 2004-2006
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22.9 Outgoing, 2004-2005
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22.10-11 Artwork, undated
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22.12 Letters of agreement, 2005
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22.13 Notes for introduction, undated
Contributors’ submissions
Electronic-file
20080908P_011-012 Beard, Steve. Drafts, 2 electronic files: Microsoft Word, 2004-2005
Electronic-file
20080908P_003 Buck, Paul. Digital images, 5 electronic files: TIFF, 2005
Capildeo, Vahni
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23.1 Typescript, 2005
Electronic-file
20080908P_013 Drafts, 9 electronic files: Microsoft Word, 2005
Electronic-file
20080908P_010 Diamant, Kathi. Drafts, 22 electronic files: Microsoft Word, 2002-2004
Electronic-file
20080908P_001 Frewin, Tony. Draft, 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word; digital image, 1 electronic file: JPEG, 2005.
Electronic-file
20080908P_004 Keiller, Patrick. Digital images, 2 electronic files: Adobe Photoshop; 4 electronic files: TIFF, 2005.
Electronic-file
20080908P_002 Lichtenstein, Rachel. Digital images, 3 electronic files: Adobe Photoshop; 3 electronic files: TIFF, 2006
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23.2 Moorcock, Michael. Typescript, 2004-2005
Electronic-file
20080908P_014 Rudolf, Anthony. Draft, 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word, 2005
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23.3 Wise, Sarah. Typescript, 2005
Wright, Patrick
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23.4 Typescript, undated
Electronic-file
20080908P_018-019 Drafts, 2 electronic files: Microsoft Word, 2005.
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23.5 Various. Includes Vahni Capildeo, Thomas De Quincey, Bill Drummond, Gareth Evans, Anna Sinclair, Iain Sinclair. Typescripts, 1998-2005
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23.6-9, 24.1 Typescript with revisions, undated
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24.2-5 Typescript, circa 2005
Electronic-file
20080908P_006 Drafts, 4 electronic files: Microsoft Word, 2005
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24.6-7, 25.1-4 Typescript and correspondence, 2006
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25.5-7, 26.1-2 Page proofs with corrections, June 2006
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26.3-7 Page proofs with corrections (same as above) and correspondence, June-July 2006
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27.1 Revisions and correspondence, 2005
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27.2 Style and layout proof, cover mockup, 2006
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27.3 Cover proofs and promotional text, undated
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27.4 Extracts. Bound typescript, undated
Promotion
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27.5 Big Umbrellas in the Badlands. Essay published as Without a Trace in Time Out London, Disappearing London issue (25 October-1 November 2006). Two typescript drafts, handwritten notes, Time Out London magazine, 2006
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27.6-7 Correspondence and lists, 2005-2007
Events and readings
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27.8 Amsterdam. Correspondence, flight schedule, handwritten and typed notes, 2005
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27.9 London Lip!, Bishopsgate Institute (26 October 2007). Correspondence, 2007
London Orbital (original title O(r)bituary Trances) (non-fiction, 2002)
Research materials re: M25
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27.10-11 Volume 1, 1975-2001
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28.1-3 Volume 2, 1975-2001
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28.4-5 M25 booklets, 1986-2000, undated
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28.6, 29.1-4, osb 3 Research materials, 1997-2002
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29.5 Early notes, research materials, undated
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30.1 Typescript notes, undated
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30.2, osb 1 Early drafts, research materials, 2002, undated
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30.3 Typescript drafts, undated
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30.4-6 First draft. Typescript with revisions, undated
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31.1-4 'Final version?' Typescript, undated
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31.5-6, 32.1-2 Page proofs, with copy-editor’s queries and Sinclair’s corrections; page proof of essay for London Review of Books, 2002, undated
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32.3-5 Page proofs (Granta), April 2002
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32.6, 33.1-2 Page proofs (Penguin), June 2003
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33.3 Promotional material and reviews, 2002
Film version
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33.4 Notes, undated
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33.5 Script and releases, 2001
Lud Heat (prose and poetry, 1975)
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33.6 Typescript with revisions, undated
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33.7 Production materials. Images and photographs, undated
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osf 5 Paste-up, 1975
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33.8 Cover mockup, undated
Lud Heat (1975) and Suicide Bridge (1979) (prose and poetry)
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33.9 Corrections / revisions. Typescript, undated
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33.10 Covers for Vintage edition (1995) and Granta edition (1998), and Vintage catalog, Autumn/Winter, 1995-1996
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osf 6 Muscat’s Würm (poetry, 1972). Paste up, 1972
Objects of Obscure Desire (essays, 2013)
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33.11 Correspondence, 2006
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33.12 Drawings by Sarah Simblet, undated
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33.13 Notes and typescript fragments, undated
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33.14 Typescript with revisions, undated
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34.1 Typescript, undated
Electronic-file
20080908P_007 Drafts, 2 electronic files: Microsoft Word, 2006
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osb 4 Page proof fragment, 4 July 2006
Page proofs (incomplete) with annotations by Sarah Simblet, July-August 2006
Page proofs with corrections, September 2006
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34.2 Page proofs with corrections, February 2008
Penguin Modern Poets 10: Douglas Oliver, Denise Riley, Iain Sinclair (poetry, 1996)
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34.3 Contract and typescript poems, 1996, undated
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34.4 Page proofs with revisions, and page proofs (Sinclair section only) with light corrections, July-September 1996
Radon Daughters (novel, 1994)
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34.5 Notes and research material, 1993, undated
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34.6 Notebooks (2) and notes, undated
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34.7 Notebook, undated
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34.8 Handwritten draft, undated
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34.9 Synopsis (original title The Undark Singularity (A Return to the Borderland)), typescript draft with handwritten pages, research clippings, 1989-1992, undated
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35.1-2 Typescript draft with heavy revisions, undated
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35.3-5 Typescript, 1994
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35.6 Revisions. Typescripts, undated
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36.1 Chapter fragments. Typescripts with revisions, undated
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36.2 Reviews, 1994
Red Eye (poetry, 2013)
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36.3 Typescript with revisions and clipping (1985) (includes Suicide Bridge material on verso), 1973
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135.4 Typescript, 1973 [CONSERVATION RESTRICTION – DO NOT PAGE]
Rodinsky’s Room (with Rachel Lichtenstein; non-fiction, 1999)
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36.4 Notes, clippings, correspondence re: Lichtenstein’s performance Portraits of David Rodinsky (Slaughterhouse Gallery, January 1997), 1992-1996
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36.5, osb 1 Early notes, research materials, 1986-1998
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36.6 Proposals and outline, undated
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36.7 Correspondence from Lichtenstein, 1996-1998
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36.8 Photographs, undated
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36.9 Early drafts (Sinclair and Lichtenstein). Typescripts and notes, 1998
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36.10 Sinclair drafts. Typescripts with revisions, undated
Typescript draft, undated
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36.11 Lichtenstein
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37.1 Sinclair
Typescript with editor’s corrections, undated
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37.2 Sinclair chapters (original)
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37.3-4 Complete draft (photocopy)
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37.5 Revisions, additions, new outline, undated
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37.6-7 Page proofs and final corrections, 1999
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38.1 Promotion schedule, undated
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38.2 Film adaptation outlines by John Adler, 2006
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38.3 Saddling the Rabbit (poetry, 2002). Two sets of page proofs and correspondence (includes correspondence and photocopied legal documents from Michael Moorcock with notes by Sinclair, used for story included in book), 2000-2002
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38.4 Significant Wreckage (poetry, 1988). Typescript with revisions, undated
Slow Chocolate Autopsy (with Dave McKean; fiction, 1997)
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38.5 Proposal and scripts for McKean, 1996
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38.6-7 Chapter drafts. Handwritten and typed manuscripts, undated
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38.8-9 Page proofs, partial page proofs (original title The Breathing Time), correspondence, and proposal, 1996-1997
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osb 4 Page proofs, 1997
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38.10 Sorry Meniscus (essay, 1999). Page proofs (2), correspondence, promotional material, August-September 1999
Suicide Bridge (prose and poetry, 1979)
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38.11 Research materials and notes, undated
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38.12 Typescript with revisions, undated
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38.13 Typescript with revisions, undated
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39.1 Typescript with revisions, undated
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39.2 Typescript, 1979
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osf 7 Paste-up, 1979
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39.3 Beneath Brass, Bone (excerpt). Typescript, circa 1979
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39.4-5 Sunflower Sickness (unpublished non-fiction; early draft of The Kodak Mantra Diaries). Typescript, undated
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39.6 The Verbals (conversation with Kevin Jackson, 2003). Typescript, undated
White Chappell, Scarlet Tracings (fiction, 1987)
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39.7 Notebook, undated
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39.8, osb 1 Research materials, 1921-1988, undated
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39.9 Handwritten draft, undated
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40.1 Typescript with revisions, undated
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40.2 Bound typescript, 1986
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40.3-4 'Final revised version.' Photocopied typescript, two copies (copy 2 has a slight revision on p. 195), 1986
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40.5, osf 17 Page proof fragments (2), dust jacket, promotional material, 1987-1988
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40.6 Page proofs with corrections (Penguin 2004 edition), January 2004
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41.1 Introduction (not used), notes, promotional material (includes fragment of The Boy’s Own Paper, No. 202, Vol. V, 25 November 1882), 1986
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41.2 Reviews and publicity, 1987-1988
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41.3 Reading (Herb Garret, Chapter House, 4 November 1987). Photocopies of works read, schedule, promotional material, 1987
White Goods (poems, essays, fiction, 2002)
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41.4 Typescript with corrections; typescript and proof for Granta magazine excerpt, 1998, undated
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41.5 Page proofs with corrections, undated
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osb 1 Page proofs with corrections, 2002
Subseries B. Film and Television, 1967-2007, undated
Ah! Sunflower (film, 1967)
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41.6 Film information, undated
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41.7 Post-production script, undated
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41.8 Telegrams, 1967-1969
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41.9 Typescripts and correspondence re: re-release by The Picture Press (January 2007), 2006-2007
Asylum (film, 2000)
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41.10 Notes and research material, 1997-1998
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41.11-12 Notes, drafts, research material, transcripts, synopsis, blank releases, 1998-2000
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41.13 Post-production script, undated
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42.1 Ballad of the Mari Lwyd (television adaptation of poem by Vernon Watkins). Screenplays (2), undated
The Cardinal and the Corpse (film, 1992)
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42.2 Notes, transcripts, outline proposal, script, correspondence, 1991-1992
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42.3 Notes, script revisions, production material, 1992
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42.4 Promotional material, 1992
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42.5 The Cask of Amontillado (adaptation of short story by Edgar Allan Poe). Handwritten script, undated
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42.6 Conan (unproduced film). Film treatment, circa early 1970s
Death & Memory in Some East London Burial-Grounds (film, circa 1990)
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42.7, osb 1 Research material, 1986-1990, undated
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42.8 Script drafts, shooting schedules, interview transcripts, 1990
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42.9 'Diary film' (unproduced film). Transcripts, 1969-1971
'East End Photographers film'
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42.10 Research material, 1992, undated
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42.11 Drafts. Typed and handwritten manuscripts with revisions, undated
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42.12 Correspondence, shot list, shooting schedule, 1992
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42.13 The Face on the Fork (unproduced film). Script, 1968?
The Falconer (film, 1998)
Correspondence
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42.14 1996
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42.15 1997
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43.1-2 1998
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43.3, osb 1 Undated, loose enclosures
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43.4 Tape lists, 1997
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43.5 Early synopses, drafts, undated
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43.6 Penultimate version of script, notes, cast list, undated
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43.7 Final version of script, with earlier drafts, undated
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43.8 Edits and correspondence re: end credits, 1998
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43.9 Post production script, 1998
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43.10 Rotterdam International Film Festival. Schedule and promotional material, 1998
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43.11 The Falconer’s Tale, by Chris Darke. Typescript, undated
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43.12 Finn (unproduced film). Film treatment, undated
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43.13 Iain Sinclair’s Secret London (television series). Proposal and correspondence, 1997
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43.14 Journal of a Free Agent (unproduced film). Proposal, undated
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43.15 Orphans (unproduced film). Proposal and outline, circa 1968
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43.16 Owls & Ambulances (unproduced film). Film treatment and notes, 1994
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43.17 Space Oddities (film series). Proposal, 1997
'Spitalfield film' (unproduced film)
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43.18 Research material, clippings, proposal, 1987, undated
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44.1 Proposal and script, 1987-1988
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44.2 Three Sculptors (unproduced film). Proposal, 1991
Early films
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44.3 'Anthony Caro film proposal,' undated
Barry in Space. Outline, undated
'Bunting and Pound film proposal,' undated
Daughters to the Mad Colonel. First draft script, undated
Doctor. Outline, undated
Thinking of Tall Houses. Film treatment, undated
This Room Gets Smaller. Typescript, undated
Towards Nothing. Film treatment, undated
Unidentified. Typescript (includes The Kodak Mantra Diaries typescript fragment with revisions on verso), undated
Unidentified. Typescript, undated
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44.4 Film correspondence, 1967-1972
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44.5 Film notes and draft of essay on film (includes How Old Men Eat [early form of Back Garden Poems] on verso), undated
Subseries C. Essays and Short Works, circa 1970s-2008, undated
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44.6 And How Can I Forget (published as Diary: Out of Essex in London Review of Books, 8 January 2004). Typescript with revisions, typescript, proofs, 2003
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44.7 Art Without Artists, Please (published as Unreal Visions in The Guardian, 17 May 2003). Research material, typescript with revisions, typescript, circa 2003
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44.8 Bill Griffiths: Covert Reputations. Typescripts with revisions (2), undated
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44.9 Bluewater Sunset (published as At Bluewater in London Review of Books, 3 January 2002). Typescript with revisions, undated
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44.10 Booker. Typescript with revisions, undated
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44.11 Bulls & Bears & Mithraic Alignments (Critical Quarterly, December 1995). Research material, notes, handwritten draft, 1990-1995
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44.12 Confessions of a Failed Revenger (The Independent, 25 March 1995). Notes, typescript, undated
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44.13 Cover Stories (The Guardian, 3 February 2006). Typescript with revisions, typescript, correspondence, images, 2006
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47.5 Crackerjack. Typescript, undated
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44.14 The Cult of the All-Day Breakfast (BBC Radio, 1996). Notes, typescript with revisions, typescript, 1996
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47.5 David Rodinsky: The Man Who Became a Room. Typescript, undated
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44.15 Deadpan: Jock McFadyen and the Illusion of Sustainable Existence (Modern Painters, Spring 2001). Research material, notes, typescripts, correspondence, 2001
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44.16 Driffield (or, The Man Who Thought He Looked Like Raymond Carver) (The Independent Talk of the Town Magazine, 17 August 2003). Typescript with revisions, typescript, undated
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44.17 Empty Streets, Busy Walls (original title Disappearances and Heritage). Notes, typescript with revisions, typescript, correspondence, 2006
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47.5 Excavating Spitalfields. Typescript, undated
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44.18 Extremes of Intercourse: Stuart Home and the Cod’s Head Art Wars (published as Who Is Stewart Home? in London Review of Books, 23 June 1994). Notes; typescript with revisions; typescript, 1994
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47.5 The Fool (A Sands Film). Directed by Christine Edzard (published as The Resurrectionist Tendency in Times Literary Supplement, 7 December 1990). Typescript, undated
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44.19 Foot-Foundered. Typescript with revisions, typescripts (3), undated
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44.20 From Hell (published as Jack the Rip-Off in The Observer, 27 January 2002). Notes, typescripts with revisions, undated
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45.1 Future Memory (Critical Quarterly, December 1995). Notes, typescript, undated
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47.5 Gallivanting: Anchoring Between Signs (published as Big Granny and Little Eden in Sight and Sound, September 1997). Typescript, undated
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45.2 Ghosts of the Edge-lands (published in National Theatre program for Harper Regan by Simon Stephens, 2008). Typescript draft of Harper Regan, notes, typescript, undated
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45.3 Going to the Crossroads. Notes, typescript with revisions, typescript, undated
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45.4 Hail to the Tarmac Tourniquet! (Time Out London, 18-25 September 2002). Time Out London magazine (2), photocopy of published essay, 2002
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45.5 Heroes & Villains: Arthur Sinclair. Typescripts with revisions (2), 2004
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47.5 Homeopathic Horror (Sight and Sound, April 1995). Typescript, undated
Incidents from a Melting City (The Drawbridge, Summer 2008). Typescript, undated
Innocence. Notes, typescripts with revisions, 1997
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45.6 King of New York: Welcome to the Circle. Bang. Bang (published as Welcome to the Circle. Bang Bang in Sight and Sound, May 2002). Typescript, undated
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45.7 Leon Kossoff, Visionary Artisan (published as Kossoff: Reluctant Urban Visionary in The Independent, 4 June 1996). Typescripts (2), undated
London Calling (The Guardian, 9 March 2007)
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45.8 Handwritten notes, 2007
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osb 5 Wiggins, Colin. Leon Kossoff: Drawing from Painting. Proofs and correspondence, 2007
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45.9 London: Necropolis of Fretful Ghosts (Sight and Sound, June 1994). Research material, typescript with revisions, 1994
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osb 5 Lost Treasure (The Guardian, 17 March 2006). Research material, notes, 2006
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45.10 The Magus (or Celestial Intelligencer). Typescript with revisions, typescript, undated
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45.11 Man Balancing on Boulder (published as In Hackney in London Review of Books, 15 November 2001). Notes, photographs, typescripts, 2001
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45.12 Martin Stone (The Independent Magazine, 18 February 1995). Notes, typescript with revisions, typescript, photocopy of printed article, 1995
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45.13 Memory Frames (Tate Etc., Autumn 2007). Tate Etc. magazine, 2007
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45.14 The Naked Diners Club (Sight and Sound, May 1992). Typescript with revisions, undated
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45.15 A New Vortex, the Shamanism of Intent (Modern Painters, Summer 1991). Typescript, undated
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47.5 Obscenery: The Beckton Alp. Typescript, undated
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osb 6 The Olympics Scam. (London Review of Books, 19 June 2008). London Review of Books magazine, 2008
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45.16 O(r)bituary Highway: Surviving the M25 (by pretending it’s not there). Typescripts and typescript with revisions, undated
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47.5 Paperback Writer: London Orbital (published as A Circular Story in The Guardian, 24 October 2003). Typescript with revisions, undated
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45.17 Paradise. Typescripts with revisions (2), undated
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45.18 The Pool Shark and the Vultures. Typescript, circa 1970s
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45.19 Primitive London (published as Primal Screen in The Guardian, 8 September 2006). Notes, typescripts, correspondence, 2006
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45.20 Raiding the Blood Bank (published as Invasion of the Blood in Sight and Sound, January 1993). Typescript, correspondence, undated
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45.21 Released by Light: Thomas A. Clark and Ian McKeever (Modern Painters, 1994). Typescript with revisions, typescript, undated
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45.22 River Gods (published as Paint Me a River in The Guardian, 4 February 2005). Notes, typescript with revisions, typescript, 2005
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46.1 The Road to Wembley (Blueprint, June 2007). Blueprint magazine, 2007
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46.2 Runnymede Bridge (The River, November 2001). The River magazine, 2001
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46.3, osb 5 Salute the Teflon Hedgehog (published as Mandelson’s Pleasure Dome in London Review of Books, 2 October 1997). Research material, notes, typescripts with revisions, 1997-1999
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46.4 The Shamanism of Intent: A Retrospective Manifesto (published as The Shamanism of Intent: Some Flights of Redemption in Goldmark Gallery exhibition catalog, 1991). Typescript, promotional material, 1991
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46.5 Snow Lip; Mullet Gardens; World’s Oldest Comedian is Dead (poems) (Salt Magazine, 1996). Proofs, correspondence, 1996
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46.6 The Spit of Edmund Purdom (published as Smart Guys in Sight and Sound, August 1996). Notes, typescript with revisions, typescripts, undated
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46.7 Surveillance. Typescript with revisions, typescript, undated
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46.8 Sweatshop. Typescript with revisions, undated
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46.9 Taking Tea with the Miracle Workers (published as Their Own Kind of Normality in The Independent, 6 March 1999). Handwritten interview transcript, clipping, typescript, 1999
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46.10 A Tale of Two Cities (The Guardian, 30 September 2005). Notes, research material, 2005
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46.11, osb 5 Tent Show on Bugsby’s Marshes (published as All Change. This Train Is Cancelled in London Review of Books, 13 May 1999). Research material, typescript drafts, proofs, 1997-1999
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46.12 Today: New Suburbs (recorded for BBC Radio, not used). Notes, typescript with revisions, typescripts, 2006
Unlisted Oracles (Mirabella, circa 1990)
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46.13 Typescript with revisions, typescript, correspondence, photographs, 1990
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46.14 Godwin, Fay. Our Forbidden Land (1990). Photocopied page proofs, 1990
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46.15 Neve, Christopher. Unquiet Landscape (1990). Photocopied page proofs, 1990
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46.16 View from my Window (published with The Verbals: in Conversation with Kevin Jackson limited edition [2003] and in Dining on Stones [2004]). Typescript with revisions, typescript, undated
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47.5, osb 6 A Walk Up the Lea Valley (published as A Hit of Rus in Urbe in London Review of Books, 27 June 2002). Typescript, London Review of Books magazine, 2002
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47.1 War Zone (Sight and Sound, March 1997). Notes, typescript with revisions, typescript, 1997
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47.2 Wave City (original title Hastings). Typescript, typescript with revisions, 2004
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47.3 Weak Sunlight, Strong Smoke: New Year in St. Leonards-on-Sea (BBC Radio, The Verb, 2004). First, second, and final draft typescripts, production material, 2004
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47.4 The Well-thumbed Turgenev (Five Dials, 2008). Proof, 2008
Subseries D. Other Writings, circa 1953-2008, undated
Book Contributions
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47.6 Arts Council England. I Have Found a Song (2010). Late History (poem). Research material, notes, typescript, undated
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47.7 Ashley, Peter. London Peculiars (2004). Ordinary Ghosts (preface). Draft of text by Ashley, photographs, notes, typescript with revisions, correspondence, 2004-2005
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47.8 Baron, Alexander. The Lowlife (2001). Introduction. Notes, typescript with revisions, typescript, undated
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47.9 Berger, John. Diaspora City: The London New Writing Anthology (2003). Fyndet (or: I Kan Eat Anyone). Typescript with revisions, 2002
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47.10 Best, Suky, et al. Silicon Fen (2008). Handwritten notes, 2008
Conan Doyle, Arthur. A Study in Scarlet (2001). Introduction.
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47.11 Notes, correspondence, typescript drafts, 2000-2001
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47.12 Page proofs (2), 2001
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47.13 Dickens, Charles. Our Mutual Friend (2005). Introduction. Notes, typescript with revisions, typescripts, copyedited proof, final proof, correspondence, 2004-2005
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47.14 Disobey. Subversion in the Street of Shame (1994). Introduction. Typescript, undated
Gill, Stephen. Archaeology in Reverse (2007). Diving into Dirt.
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47.15 Notes, typescript with revisions, typescript, correspondence, 2007
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47.16 Typescripts, proofs, correspondence, 2007
Gormley, Antony. Making an Angel (1998). Achieved Anonymity: Antony Gormley’s Angel of the North.
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48.1 Research material, clippings, notes, 1998-1999
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48.2 Notes, typescript draft, proofs, undated
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48.3 Press and reviews, 1998
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48.4 Griffiths, Bill. The Book of Spilt Cities (1999). Diorama of the Fixed Eye-ball (introductory essay). Typescripts with revisions, proofs, undated
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48.5 Grimes, Oona. Conversations with Angels (2007). Child in the Trees. Typescript with revisions, typescript, partial proof, 2007
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48.6 Hodgson, William Hope. The House on the Borderland (1990). An Aberrant Afterword: Blowing Dust in the House of Incest. Typescript with revisions, typescript, 1989
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48.7 Johnson, Nicholas, ed. Starting at Zero Review (2005). First There is a Mountain. Typescript, undated
McFadyen, Jock. Beyond Turners Road (2001). Walking Up Walls.
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48.8 Notes, typescript with corrections, typescript, images, correspondence, 2001
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48.9 Published work, 2001
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48.10 Richardson, Emily. Transit (video installation). DVD narrative transcript proof, 2006
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48.11 Royle, Nicholas, ed. The Time Out Book of London Short Stories, Volume 2, (2000). The Keeper of the Rothenstein Tomb. Typescripts with revisions, undated
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48.12 Ryan, Raymund. Gritty Brits: New London Architecture (2007). A City Revised: Purple Clouds & Ladders of Glass. Typescript with revisions, undated
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48.13 Stokes, Anthony. The Valleys (2007). Funeral Homes & Small Bright Ornaments (introduction). Proof with revisions, 2007
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48.14 Wells, H. G. The War of the Worlds (2004). Introduction. Research material, notes, typescript with revisions, typescripts, copyedited typescript, correspondence, 2003
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48.15 Westerby, Robert. Wide Boys Never Work (2008). Mugs, Brahmas, Cowsons and Wide Boys (introduction). Notes, typescript with revisions, 2008
Whiteread, Rachel. House (1995). The House in the Park: A Psychogeographical Response (original title Speak Memory / Wot for Memory: A Buried Tongue)
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48.16, osb 5 Research material, clippings, 1993-1995
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48.17, osb 5 Preliminary notes, draft, clippings, 1993-1994
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48.18 Handwritten manuscript, typescript with revisions, undated
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48.19 Wolff, Camille. Who Was Jack the Ripper? (1995) Unnaming the Nameless. Typescript, 1994
Early Works
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48.20 Cords and Dischords (play). Typescripts with revisions, undated
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49.1 Do You Remember Metropolis? (play). Typescript, undated
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49.2 A Melon in Brixton (film). Script, undated
On Lost Dreams (poem). Typescript, 1962
Postscript from a Wasted World (poem). Typescript, undated
"Shrimps," she said (unfinished novel). Typed and handwritten manuscript, circa 1962
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49.3 You Gotta Live for Yourself (play). Typescript and photocopied typescript, undated
Juvenilia
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49.4, osb 5 Dylan Thomas: A Critical Study of a Complex Character (Trevelyan Scholarship essay). 'Draft II' handwritten manuscript, handwritten manuscript with pasted in photographs, photographs, clippings, 1960-1962
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49.5 The Mystery of Rashmere Abbey (first story). Handwritten manuscript, circa 1953
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49.6 Pandora’s Box. Typed and handwritten notebook, undated
The Speech Day Pratler. Typescript newsletter, 1958
Unidentified. Typescript fragments, 1961, undated
Various
Cheltenham College
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49.7 Notebooks (2), 1959-1961, undated
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49.8 Notes and writings, circa 1956-1961
Trinity College, Dublin
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49.9 Essays, notes, projects, circa 1962-1966
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49.10 Notebooks (3), circa 1962-1966
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49.11 Play drafts. Typescripts and typescript fragments, undated
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49.12 Poetry. Typed and handwritten manuscripts, circa 1961-1964
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50.1 Short prose pieces, Dublin. Typescripts, circa 1962-1965
Lectures and Talks
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50.2 Allen Fisher, Tom Pickard and Iain Sinclair. Southbank Centre, 22 May 2008. Typescript, 2008
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50.3 City of Disappearances. The Surrey Institute of Art & Design, Faculty of Design Research Symposium, 15 June 2005. Notes, typescript with annotations, symposium material, 2005
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50.4, osb 6 Iain Sinclair on J. H. Prynne and Difficulty. Aldeburgh Poetry Festival, 4-6 November 2005. Handwritten notes and typescript with annotations, correspondence, festival program, The Poetry Paper issue two (includes poem by Sinclair), 2005
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50.5 The Lambeth Alchemists. Tate Gallery, 5 June 1996. Typescript with annotations (original title The Golden Griffin), undated
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50.6 Psychogeography: Will Self and Iain Sinclair in conversation with Kevin Jackson. Victoria and Albert Museum, 8 February 2008 (published in Literary London: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Representation of London, Steven Barfield, ed.). Rough draft transcript with corrections, 2008
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50.7 River: Poetry and Politics. What is London? London City Hall, 2 April 2004. Typescript notes with annotations, "What is a Londoner?" presentation printout, 2004
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50.8 Seeing to Either Side of What Has Been Seen. University of Oxford, 17 October 1995. Typescript with annotations, circa 1995
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50.9 Tourism: Water: Suicide ('Hayward talk'). Notes and typescript with annotations, undated
Notes for talks
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50.10 Breakwell, Ian. Typescript with annotations, undated
'Butterfly House, Disappearances.' Typescript notes, undated
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50.11 'Clare talk: Chelsea Arts Club.' Notes; typescript with annotations, undated
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50.10 'Farnham: Collaboration.' Typescript notes, undated
Invisible Cities (Byam Shaw School of Art). Typescript notes, 2007
'Royal Holloway Notes.' Typescript notes, undated
Whiteread, Rachel, Tate Gallery Liverpool. Handwritten notes, 1996
Lyrics
Collaborations with John Harle
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50.12 Angel-Magick. Notes, typescript, photocopied program, 1996
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50.13 Royal Ring Road (performed at BBC Proms, July 2002). Typescript drafts with revisions (variously titled No Traveller, London Orbital), BBC Proms program, correspondence, 2001-2002
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50.14 Prima Donna; River of Ghosts (music by Gaffer Hexam). Typescripts and correspondence, includes unused song lyrics, 1998-2001
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50.15 Sadly Lady (music by H.F. Taylor); Black Eye Run, Anna. Sheet music, typescripts, correspondence, 1966
Notebooks
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50.16 Black, circa 1960
Orange spiral, 1964
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50.17 Black diary, 1966-1969
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50.16 Black, circa 1968
Blue memo book, 1969
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51.1 Blue, 1970
Floral watercolor, 1970
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51.2 Pink '2,' circa 1970
Orange cash book '3,' circa 1970
Red '4,' 1970
Flowers spiral '5,' circa 1970-1971
Parrots '6,' 1971
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51.3 Blue memo book (includes notes for Sunflower Sickness), circa 1970-1971
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51.4 Red, 1971
Red 'George Hatch Notes,' 1971
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51.5 Blue spiral (includes notes for LLUDDHeat), 1973-1974
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51.6 Red memo book (includes notes for Lud Heat and Red Eye), circa 1973-1975
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51.7 Blue 'Village Bookshop / photographs,' circa 1970s
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51.8-10 Various. Unlabeled notebooks (23), circa 1970s
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51.11 Various. Unlabeled notebooks (3), circa 1980s-1990s
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52.1-2 Black and red, 1986-1997
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52.3 Blue spiral, circa early 1990s
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52.4 Red cash book, 1996
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52.5 Red cash book, 1997
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52.6 Red cash book 'Crash,' 1997
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52.7 Red memo book (includes notes for Slow Chocolate Autopsy), circa 1997
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52.8 Red memo book, 1997-1998
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52.9 Red cash book, 1998
Purple spiral, 1998
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52.10 Blue memo book, circa 2000-2002?
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52.11 Pink (includes notes and draft fragments for Dining on Stones, and draft of Fyndet (or: I Kan Eat Anyone)), 2002-2006
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52.12 Yellow spiral (includes notes for Edge of the Orison), 2003-2006
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53.1 Blue and gray, 2005
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53.2 Black (includes notes for London: City of Disappearances), 2006
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53.3 Black 'Chatham in Five Hours,' 2007
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53.4 Gray 'Clare,' 2007
Pink 'Clinker,' 2007
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53.5 Pink 'Hackney Notes,' 2007
Yellow 'Hackney,' 2007
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53.6 Red exercise books (2), circa 2000s
Poetry
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53.7 'Collage Poems, Hampstead.' Photocopied pages, 1966-1967?
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53.8 Drafts. Typescripts with revisions, 1977-1985 (Includes works from Autistic Poses, Flesh Eggs & Scalp Metal, and Fluxions)
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53.9 Research materials, 1988-1994
Reviews
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53.10 Ackroyd, Peter. Blake (1995); Bindman, David, series ed. Collected Edition of William Blake’s Illuminated Books: Volumes I-VI (1991-1995) (published as Customising Biography in London Review of Books, 22 February 1996). Notes, typescript with revisions, undated
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53.11 Ackroyd, Peter. London: The Biography (2000) (published as The Necromancer’s A to Z in The Guardian, 14 October 2000). Notes, typescript with revisions, typescript, undated
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54.17 Baxter, John. A Pound of Paper (2002) (published as "Reader, I was that beret" in The Independent on Sunday, 13 November 2002). Typescript, undated
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53.12 Binding, Tim. A Perfect Execution (1996) (published as The Grey Boneyard of Fifties England in London Review of Books, 22 August 1996). Notes, typescripts, undated
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53.13 Bone, Ian, Alan Pullen and Tim Scargill, eds. Class War: A Decade of Disorder (1991) (published as Lady Thatcher’s Bastards in London Review of Books, 27 February 1992). Typescript with revisions, typescript, undated
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54.17 Campbell, Robert. Juice (1990); John, Katherine. Without Trace (1990); Lutz, John. Flame (1990); Mackin, Edward. The Nominative Case (1990). Typescript, undated
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53.14 Cornwell, Patricia. Portrait of a Killer (2002). Notes, typescript with revisions, typescript (original title Confessions of a Celebrity Stalker), undated
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53.15 Drummond, Bill. 45 (2000); Manning, Mark. Crucify Me Again (2000) (published as If I Turn and Run in London Review Of Books, 1 June 2000). Notes, proofs with corrections, correspondence, 2000
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54.17 Eddy, Paul and Sara Walden. Hunting Marco Polo: The Pursuit & Capture of Howard Marks (1991). Typescript, undated
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53.16 Elborough, Travis. The Bus We Loved: London’s Affair with the Routemaster (2005) (published as No More Room Up Top in The Guardian, 23 September 2005). Notes, typescript with revisions, typescript (original title Route Monsters), 2005
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53.17 Ely, Scott. Pit Bull (1990) (published as Isle of Dogs in London Review of Books, 10 May 1990). Handwritten manuscript, typescript with revisions, typescripts (original title To Discover the Pit Bull’s Contrary), undated
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53.18 Farrand, John. Weather (1990); File, Dick. Weather Watch (1990); Houghton, J.T., G.J. Jenkins and J.J. Ephraums, eds. Climate Change: The IPCC Scientific Assessment (1990); Delgado, Pat and Colin Andrews. Crop Circles: The Latest Evidence (1990); Catling, B. The Stumbling Block, Its Index (1990) (published as Bad News in London Review of Books, 6 December 1990). Typescript (original title Bad Weather), undated
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54.1 Gavron, Jeremy. An Acre of Barren Ground (2005). Notes, typescript with revisions, typescript, undated
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54.2 Griffiths, Niall. Sheepshagger (2001). Typescript with revisions, typescript, undated
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54.3 Hall, Peter. Cities in Civilization (1998) (published as Invisible Cities in The Village Voice, 23 February 1999). Research material, notes, typescript with revisions, 1997-1999
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54.4 Healy, John. The Grass Arena (1988) (published as Monster Doss House in London Review of Books, 24 November 1988). Typescript (original title Sometimes They Let You Live), undated
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54.5 Hewison, Robert. Culture and Consensus (1995) (published as Invasion of the Culture Boffins in The Independent, 10 June 1995). Typescript, undated
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54.6 Inwood, Stephen. A History of London (1998) (published as King Mob and the Arrivistes in Daily Telegraph, 28 September 1998). Notes, typescript, undated
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54.7 James, P.D. Original Sin (1994); Ackroyd, Peter. Dan Leno and the Limehouse Golem (1994); Raymond, Derek. The Hidden Files: An Autobiography (1994) and Not till the Red Fog Rises (1994) (published as The Cadaver Club in London Review of Books, 22 December 1994). Research material, typescripts with revisions, proofs, 1994
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54.8 Lambrianou, Tony and Carol Clerk. Inside the Firm: The Untold Story of the Krays’ Reign of Terror (1992); Morton, James. Gangland: London’s Underworld (1992); Read, Leonard and James Morton. Nipper: The Story of Leonard 'Nipper' Read (1992); Murphy, Robert. Smash and Grab: Gangsters in the London Underworld (1993) (published as You’ve Got It Or You Haven’t in London Review of Books, 25 February 1993). Notes, typescript with revisions, typescript, photocopied published article (original title Paper Villains: The Gangs and Their Ghosts), 1993
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54.9 Marks, Howard. Mr. Nice: An Autobiography (1996); St. Keeldare, Carmen. Pulp Election: The Booker Price Fix (1996) (published as Narco Polo in London Review of Books, 23 January 1997). Typescripts with revisions (original title Spookspeak), undated
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54.10 Moorcock, Michael. King of the City (2000) and Mother London (2000) (published as My Old, Sweet, Darling Mob in London Review of Books, 30 November 2000). Notes, typescript with revisions, proofs with corrections (original title Elegy for Bloodworms), 2000
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54.11 Moorcock, Michael. Mother London (1988) (published as Fabulous Flotsam in New Statesman, 24 June 1988). Galley proofs, 1988
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54.17 Paul, Philip. Murder Under the Microscope (1990); Wilson, Colin. Written in Blood (1989). Typescript, undated
Pawlikowski, Pawel. Last Resort (2000) (published as The Cruel Seaside in Sight and Sound, March 2001). Notes, typescript with revisions, undated
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54.12 Penman, Ian. Vital Signs (1998) (published as Secretly Sublime in London Review of Books, 19 March 1998). Research material including page proofs of Vital Signs, notes, typescripts with revisions, proofs (earlier titles Addicted to Excellence; Millennial Sparks), 1998
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54.13 Raworth, Tom. Collected Poems (2003); Dorward, Nate, ed. Removed for Further Study: The Poetry of Tom Raworth (2003) (published as The Poet Steamed in London Review of Books, 19 August 2004). Notes, typescripts with revisions, proofs (original title Pictures from the Radio), 2003
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54.17 Ross, Christopher. Tunnel Visions (2001) (published as Tubular Hells in The Telegraph, 7 April 2001). Typescript with revisions, typescript, 2001
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54.14 Sallis, James. Eye of the Cricket (1998) (published as Hopi Mean Time in London Review Of Books, 18 March 1999). Notes, typescript with revisions, typescript, proofs, printout of published internet article, correspondence (original title James Sallis: Righteous Man in Wrong Place), 1998-1999
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54.15 Seabrook, David. All the Devils Are Here (2003) (published as The Coat in Question in London Review of Books, 20 March 2003). Notebook, notes, typescript with revisions, undated
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54.16 Sennett, Richard. Flesh and Stone: The body and the city in Western civilization (1994) (published as A Softness in the Stone in The Times Literary Supplement, 13 January 1995). Typescript, 1995
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54.17 Tytell, John. Ezra Pound: The Solitary Volcano (1987); Ahearn, Barry, ed. Pound/Zukofsky: Selected Letters of Ezra Pound & Louis Zukofsky (1987). Typescript with revisions, undated
Watson, Ben. Frank Zappa: The Negative Dialectics of Poodle Play (1994); Prynne, J.H. Her Weasels Wild Returning (1994) (published as Vermin Correspondence in London Review of Books, 20 October 1994). Typescript (original title Weasel Sets), circa 1994
Assorted short writings
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54.18 The Asylum Interviews and Ed Dorn Goes Pastoral. Typescripts, undated
Books Etc. Recommended Holiday Reading. Typescript, undated
Choices for "Books of the Year" (The Independent, 4 December 1999). Typescript, undated
Dilston Grove Café Gallery (included in The Best-Kept Arts Secrets in Britain, The Observer, 16 September 2006). Typescript drafts and correspondence, 2006
Flying Eye: Montacute & Out (project proposal). Typescript, undated
Going Astray: Dickens and London by Jeremy Tambling. Book jacket blurb typescript, 2008
Guardian Summer Books (included in Sunny Spells, The Guardian, 16 June 2006). Handwritten draft, typescript, correspondence, 2006
London Bridge (included in 50 Books You Haven’t Read by 50 Writers You Have, British GQ, November 2006). Typescript and correspondence, 2006
Maggid Street (Vertigo, Summer 2009). Film blurb typescript, 2007
Pictures from Mayhew by John Seed. Blurb typescript and research material, 2006
The Quest for Bloods: A Study of the Victorian Penny Dreadful by Arthur Edward Waite. Promotional material blurb, photocopy, 1997
Untitled ("If you agree to…"). Handwritten draft, 25 February 2005
Untitled ("As a boy I read World War Two books avidly,…"). Typescript, undated
Notes and fragments
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55.1 Merchants for Light, 'notes on the themes & resources for an exhibition.' Typescript, undated
'Ne-ol-o-gism.' Handwritten and typed notes and research material, undated
'Notes for Discovery Channel London Film.' Typescript and correspondence, 1999
'Robin Cook/Derek Raymond.' Typescript notes, undated
'Stewart Maconie.' Typescript notes, undated
'Will Self.' Typescript notes, undated
Re: Albert Kahn Archive. Typescript notes, 2007
Re: Douglas Woolf. Typescript, undated
Re: Great British Journeys (BBC series). Handwritten and typed notes, undated
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55.2 Re: Intelligence: New British Art 2000, Tate Britain. Typescript notes and exhibit promotional materials, 2000
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55.1 Re: Moorcock, Michael. Handwritten notes, undated
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55.3-4 Various typescript fragments and notes (includes Downriver, London Orbital, Rodinsky’s Room, notes for talks), undated
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55.5 Unidentified notes and fragments
Unsorted electronic files
Electronic-file
0809008P-001 Hard drive. Drafts, address lists, notes, correspondence, works by others, 71 electronic files: ClarisWorks 2.1, circa 1995-2006
Electronic-file
20080908P-008 'Writings Jan/Oct 05.' Drafts, digital images, files re: Sarah Simblet, 22 electronic files: Microsoft Word; 4 electronic files: JPEG, 2005
Electronic-file
20080908P-009 'Writings 2.' Drafts, digital images, correspondence, notes, invoices, promotion, works by others, 162 electronic files: Microsoft Word; 22 electronic files: PDF; 15 electronic files: JPEG; 16 electronic files: Macintosh Picture Metafile; 2 electronic files: MOV; 1 electronic file: PNG; 1 electronic file: unknown file type, 2005-2008



Series II. Correspondence, 1957-2008, undated

Subseries A. Alphabetical Files, 1963-2008, undated
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55.6 A-B
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55.7 Ackroyd, Peter, 1976-1995
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55.8 Ballard, J. G., 1998-2003
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55.9, 56.1-2 Bamford, Chris, 1963-1980, undated
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56.3 Barnett, Anthony, 1973-1989
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56.4 Baron, Saskia, 1987-2002, undated
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56.5-6 BBC, 1981-2005, undated
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56.7 Buck, Paul, 1975-2006
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56.8 Burroughs, William S., 1963-1968
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56.9 C-F
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57.1-2 Catling, Brian, 1975-1997, undated
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57.3-4 Crozier, Andrew, 1972-2004, undated
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57.5 Dowden, George, 1973
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57.6 Fisher, Allen, 1977-1989, undated
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57.7 G
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57.8 Ginsberg, Allen (re), 1967-1971, 1999
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57.9 Goldmark, Mike, 1984-2006, undated
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58.1 Granta Books, 1999-2006, undated
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58.2 Green, Paul A., 1979-2006, undated
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58.3 H-J
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58.4 HarperCollins, 1991-1994
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58.5 Harwood, Lee, 1974-2007
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58.6 Haslam, Michael, 1974-1991, undated
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58.7 Hodgkiss, Peter, 1975-1985
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58.8 Horovitz, Michael, 1975-2008, undated
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58.9 Illuminations Films, 1998-2002, undated
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58.10 Johnson, B. S., 1966-1968
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59.1 Johnson, Nicholas, 1994-2006, undated
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59.2 K
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59.3-4 Klinkert, Robert, 1963-1997
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59.5 L
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59.6 London Review of Books, 1991-2007, undated
Lowes, Tony
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59.7 1965-1968, early undated
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60.1 1969
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60.2 1970-1979
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60.3 1983-1986, undated
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60.4 Printed and promotional material, empty envelopes
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60.5 Ma-Me
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60.6 MBA Literary Agents, 1988-2004, undated
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61.1 Mi-Mo
Moorcock, Michael
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61.2 1991-1996
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61.3 1997 July
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61.4 1997 August
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61.5, 62.1 1997 September-November
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62.2 1997 December
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62.3 1998 January-March
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62.4 1998 April-May
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62.5 1998 June-July
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63.1 1998 August-December
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63.2 1999
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63.3 2000-2007
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63.4-5, osf 18 Undated
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63.6, osb 7 Printed material and typescripts, 1995-1999, undated
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63.7 Mottram, Eric, 1972-1992
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63.8 N-Q
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64.1 Oliver, Douglas, 1973-1999
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64.2 Perril, Simon, 1990-2001, undated
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64.3 Prynne, J. H., 1972-1995
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64.4 R
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64.5 Reed, Jeremy, 1974-2005
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64.6-7 Riley, Peter, 1973-2000, undated
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65.1 S
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65.2 Sherman, Bill, 1975-2005
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65.4 1973-1975
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65.5 1976-1993
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65.6 1997-2003, undated
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66.1 W
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66.2 Watson, Ben, 1978-2006
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66.3 Weeks, Donald, 1983-2002
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66.4 White, Tony, 1997-2005, undated
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66.5 Williams, Carol, 1974-2005
Subseries B. Chronological Files, 1962-2008, undated
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66.6 1970-1975
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66.7 1976
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67.1 1977
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67.2 1978-1982
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67.3 1983-1986
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67.4 1987
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67.5 1988
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67.6 1989
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67.7-8 1990
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68.1-3 1991
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68.4-5 1992
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68.6-7 1993
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69.1-3 1994
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69.4-6, 70.1 1995
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70.2-5 1996
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70.6, 71.1-4 1997
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71.5-6, 72.1-4 1998
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72.5, 73.1-3 1999
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73.4-6, 74.1 2000
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74.2-6, 75.1 2001
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75.2 Christmas cards, 2001
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75.3-6 2002
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76.1 Christmas cards, 2002
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76.2-6 2003
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76.7, 77.1-3 2004
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77.4-6 2005
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78.1-3 2006
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78.4-5 2007
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78.6 2008
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79.1 Circa 1970s-1980s
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79.2 Circa 1980s
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79.3 Circa 1990s
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79.4 Circa 1990s-2000s
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79.5 Circa 2000s
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79.6-8 Christmas cards, circa 1990s
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80.1-3 Christmas cards, circa 2000s
Email printouts
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80.4 2005
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80.5-6 2006
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81.1-2 2007
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81.3 2008
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81.4 Poetry submissions, 1962-1981
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81.5 Readings and other requests, 1971-1985
Unidentified and loose enclosures
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81.6, osb 5 1970s-1980s
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81.7 1990s
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81.8 2000s
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81.9 Undated
Subseries C. Family, School, and Early Correspondence, 1957-circa 2000s, undated
General
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82.1 A-L
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82.2-3 Baker, Tom and Bridget, 1963-1973
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82.4 Bicknell, Laurence ("Renchi") and Judith, 1966-1971, undated
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82.5 Griffiths, Michael, 1966-1970
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82.6 Heyman, Peter, 1963-1973
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82.7 M-Z
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83.1-2 First names only; unidentified, 1957-1967
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83.3 Employment, 1966-1974
Family
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83.4-5 Sinclair, Anna (wife) and children, circa 1970s-2000s
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83.6 Sinclair, Henry MacGregor and Doris (parents), circa 1960s-1970s
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83.7 Other, 1961-1973
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83.8 Rejection letters, 1962-1969
School
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83.9 Cheltenham College, 1961-1962
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84.1 Trinity College, Dublin, 1962-1972
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83.9 Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London, 1967-1972



Series III. Career and Personal Papers, 1950-2008, undated

Subseries A. Business and Employment, 1969-2003, undated
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84.2 Albion Village Enterprises. Business name registration files, 1969-1974
Albion Village Press
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84.3 Albion Island Vortex exhibition catalogue (2), 1974
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84.4 Catalogues, 1972-1977
Correspondence
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84.5 1970-1975
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84.6 1976-1989, undated
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84.7 Association of Little Presses, 1973-1994
Copyright Act compliance, 1972-1975
Expression Printers, 1971-1978
London Poetry Secretariat, 1973-1975
National Poetry Secretariat, 1975-1986
Orders
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84.8 1971-1974
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84.9 1971-1975, undated
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84.10 1980-1986, undated
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85.1 Submissions, 1973-1978
Financial records
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85.2 Banking, 1971-1978
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85.3 'Bills/Books.' Invoices and receipts, 1989-2000
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85.4 Sales records. Notebooks (3), undated
Publications
Catling, B.
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osf 8 The First Electron Heresy. Paste-up, 1972
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osf 19 Necropathia. Paste-up, undated
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osf 9 Pleiades in Nine. Paste-up, 1976
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osf 10 Vorticegarden. Paste-up, 1974
Lowes, Tony
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osf 11 Elephant Book. Paste-up, 1971
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osf 12 47 Parables. Paste-up, 1972
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osf 20 Prynne, J. H. A Night Square. Paste-up, 1973
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osf 15 Riley, Peter. Following the Vein. Paste-up, 1975
Sinclair, Iain
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1.2 Back Garden Poems. Paste-up (cover only), 1970
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osf 1-2 The Birth Rug. Paste-ups (2), 1973
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osf 3 Groucho Positive/Groucho Negative. Paste-up, 1974
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osf 4 The Kodak Mantra Diaries. Paste-up, 1971
Lud Heat
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33.7 Production materials. Images and photographs, undated
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osf 5 Paste-up, 1975
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33.8 Cover mockup, undated
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osf 6 Muscat’s Würm. Paste-up, 1972
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osf 7 Suicide Bridge. Paste-up, 1979
Torrance, Chris
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osf 15 Acrospirical Meanderings in a Tongue of the Time. Paste-up (cover only), undated
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osf 13 Citrinas: The Magic Door Book II. Paste-up, 1977
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osf 14 The Magic Door, Paste up, 1975
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85.5-6 Various works. Typescripts, photographs, production materials, correspondence, 1973-1976
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osf 15 Unidentified paste-up, 1973
Unidentified negative, undated
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85.7 Reviews, 1974-1979
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85.8 Various (includes photocopies and an offprint), 1969, undated
Hoarse Commerce Press
Publications
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85.9 Oliver, Douglas. Penniless Politics. Paste-up, 1991
Sinclair, Iain
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1.1 Autistic Poses. Paste-up, 1985
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11.6 Flesh Eggs & Scalp Metal. Paste-up, 1983
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11.8 Fluxions. Paste-up, 1983
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14.5 Jack Elam’s Other Eye. Paste-up, 1991
Iain Sinclair Books
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85.10 Business cards
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85.11 Camden Passage Book Market. Promotional materials, undated
Catalogues
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85.12 Number 5, March 1982
Number 7, August 1982
Number 17, 1984
Number 30, October 1986
Number 31, December 1986
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85.13 Number 35, 1987
Number 37, January 1988
Number 41, circa 1989
Number 49, Winter 1990
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85.14 Number 58, Spring 1997 (2)
Number 59, Autumn 1997
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85.15 Number 60, Summer 1999 (2)
Number 61, Winter 2000 (3)
Number 62, Winter 2003
Paste ups
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86.1 Numbers 33-38, 1987-1988
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86.2 Numbers 39-42, 1988-1989
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86.3 Numbers 44-47, 1990
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86.4 Numbers 48-50, 1990-1991
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86.5 Numbers 52 and 57, 1991, 1996
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86.6 Numbers 58, 60-62, 1997-2003
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86.7 Correspondence and invoices, 1988-2001
Financial records
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87.1 Notebooks (3), 1982-1985, undated
Invoice books
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87.2 1994-1996
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87.3 1996-1997
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87.4 1997
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87.5 Orders, 1992
Paladin Poetry editorship
Correspondence
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87.6-7, 88.1 Grafton Books/Paladin and Carcanet Press, 1986-1991 (includes correspondence re: Downriver; White Chappell, Scarlet Tracings; and Flesh Eggs and Scalp Metal)
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88.2 Grafton Books/HarperCollins, 1989-1991 (includes correspondence re: Downriver)
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88.3, osf 18 Various, includes research material on poets, 1970-1995
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88.4 Oliver, Douglas. Ursa Major (preface to Paladin edition of Mindfield by Gregory Corso). Typescript with corrections, 1991
Re/Active Anthologies
Future Exiles
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88.5 Fisher, Allen. Correspondence and bibliography (includes correspondence from Robert Sheppard), 1989
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88.6 Griffiths, Bill. Correspondence and drafts (includes typescript of introduction by Jeff Nuttall), 1989, undated
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88.7 Review by Andrew Duncan. Typescript, 1992
The Tempers of Hazard
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88.8 MacSweeney, Barry. Correspondence and typescript, 1990
Torrance, Chris. Correspondence, 1989-1990
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88.4 Promotional material, circa 1992
Subseries B. Other Papers, 1950-2008, undated
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88.9 Articles and Interviews, 1997-2006, undated
Events and Exhibitions
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88.10 A13: A Multi-disciplinary Exhibition on an Urban Archetype, The Wapping Project. Correspondence, budget, 2004
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90.1 Animate! Tracing the Contours: Portraiture and Place in Contemporary Animation. Notes and program, 2006
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88.11 Bath Literature Festival and Cheltenham Festival of Literature. Correspondence and notes, 2001
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88.12 The Birkbeck Contemporary Poetry Conference. Program and notes, 2004
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90.1 Brighton Festival. Program and schedule, 1997
Camberwell Arts Festival. Typescript notes, circa 2007
The Cambridge Conference of Contemporary Poetry
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90.1 Correspondence, 1990
Fourth Conference – schedule, 1994
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88.13, osf 21 Cambridge Poetry Festival. Correspondence and promotional material, 1977-1985
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90.1 Chalfont St Giles & Jordans Literary Festival. Program, 2006
The Clerkenwell Literary Festival. Program, 2001
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88.14, osb 5 Creative Quarters exhibition, Museum of London (Sinclair discussed the exhibition on the program, Focus). Correspondence, exhibition information, page proofs of exhibition catalogue, 2001
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90.1 Crime Scene 2001. Program, 2001
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88.15, osf 21 Digitale ’98 Conference. Correspondence and conference material, 1998
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89.1 Discover London, London’s Literary Houses Trail. Script for Sinclair voice-over, 2006
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90.1 Disobey. Promotional material, 1994
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89.2 Dublin Writers Festival. Promotional material, 2007
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89.3 Eastside Arts Fiction Competition (Sinclair was judge). Correspondence and finalists’ essays, 1995
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89.4 Étonnants Voyageurs, Saint-Malo Festival International du Livre et du Film. Program and promotional material, 2007
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90.1 Extended Series Festival of Contemporary Art, Music, Poetry, and Exhibitions. Program, undated
For the Locker & the Steerer. Program and promotional material, 1999
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89.5 Get London Reading. Correspondence and promotional material, 2004
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90.1 Iain Sinclair’s M25 London Orbital. Typescript notes and promotional material, 2002
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89.6 Ikon Gallery exhibition. Correspondence and exhibition material, 1980
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89.7 Jago & Out, Jago Gallery installation. Correspondence and ephemera, 1997
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90.1 London, the Dark City (film series curated by Sinclair). Program, undated
London Underground. Promotional material, undated
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89.8 Memory Maps. Project description and correspondence, 2005-2006
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89.9 Mexicon IV. Correspondence and conference material, 1991
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89.10 1997 World Fantasy Convention. Correspondence and promotional material, 1996-1997
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90.1 90s Fictions, The University of Sussex. Program and promotional material, 1995
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89.11 The Printed Path: Landscape, Walking and Recollection, Tate Britain. Schedule, conference evaluation, Tate promotional material, 2007
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90.1 Puzzle Club. Promotional material, 1995
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89.12 Tygers of Wrath, Tate Britain. Typed and handwritten notes, correspondence, promotional material, 2000-2001
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90.1 Visionary Landscapes. Promotional material, 2003
World Creative Forum. Bulletin, 25 September 2003
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89.13 Writing Year Zero, University of Glamorgan. Typescript notes, correspondence, conference material, 2000
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89.14 Unidentified event. Blair’s Grave (poem). Typescript with handwritten notes for performance, undated
Various
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90.2, osf 21 Invitations and promotional material for readings, 1965-2003, undated
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90.3 Event lists, 1997, 2004-2007, undated
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90.4 Schedule for U.S. tour (cancelled), 2001
Financial and Legal
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90.5-6 Contracts, 1988-2001
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90.7 Personal financial, 1950-2004
Royalties and other income
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90.8 Authors Licensing & Collecting Society, 1995-2000
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90.9, 91.1 BBC, 1969-2003
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91.2 Book and manuscript sales, 1991-1999
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91.3 British Film Institute, 1992-2000
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91.4 HarperCollins, 1990-2001
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91.5 London Review of Books, 1990-2000
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91.6-8 MBA Literary Agents, 1988-2003
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91.9 Public Lending Right, 1992-2000
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91.10 Universities, 1989-2003
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91.11 Various, 1988-2007
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91.12 Photographs. Brunel University honorary degree, 2007
Subject Files and Collected Material
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92.1 Atkins, Marc. Typescripts and notes by Sinclair; Atkins’s CV, 1992-1998
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92.8 Beer, Vanilla. Article and ephemera, 1993-1994, undated
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92.2-3 Hodgson, William Hope. Articles and photocopy of Hodgson’s The Night Land (1912), 1968-1994
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92.4 Powys, John Cowper. Article and notebooks (2), undated
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92.5, osb 5 Simblet, Sarah. Research material and notes, 2004-2005
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92.6 Story, Jack Trevor. Articles and clippings, 1982-1991
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92.8 Tebb, Barry. Articles, 2001
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92.7 Whitehead, Peter. Research material, undated
Various
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92.9, osb 5 Clippings, 1972-2007
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osb 8 Clippings re: moon landing and Bobby Kennedy assassination, 1968-1969
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92.10 Clippings re: Spitalfields, Peter Ackroyd, Performance (film), and Jah Wobble. Includes handwritten notes [possibly for Lights Out for the Territory or Rodinsky’s Room], 1989-1998
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92.11 Correspondence (third party); articles on Joseph Beuys; Arts Workshop publication; clipping; photograph, circa 1970s
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92.12-13 Ephemera re: The Dome, Lee Valley, East London, various attractions; clippings; handwritten notes, 1999-2001
Television and Radio
Arrows of Desire (television poetry series)
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93.1 Correspondence and contract, 2001-2002
Poems selected
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93.2 June 2001
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93.3 July 2001
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93.4 August 2001
BBC
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93.5 Best Words. Notes and photocopies of Midnight in the City of Clocks by Tobias Hill and Autumn by Patricia Beer, 1996-1997, undated
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93.6 Broadcasting House. The Ghost Ship (proposal). Typescripts and clippings, 2002
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94.6 Front Row. Research material on Metro-land, 2006
The Late Show
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93.7 Segment on Three Sculptors documentary. Scripts, typescripts, research material on Gavin Jones, 1989-1991
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93.8 Unidentified segment. Production material, edit script, correspondence, 1989-1991
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93.9 Newsnight Review. Notes, correspondence, research material, 2006
Night Waves
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93.10 Segment on movie Alien. Research material, typescript notes, 2003-2004
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93.11 Segment on work and work ethic. Notes and research material, November 2004
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93.12 Robert Elms Show, Listed Londoner segment. Interview notes and correspondence, 2005
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94.1 Room for Improvement. Correspondence, production material, notes, 1999-2000
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94.2 Saturday Review. Correspondence and research material, 1999-2000
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94.3 Shakespeare’s London. Correspondence, script, notes, 2000
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94.6 Spectrum. Correspondence and contract, 1991
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94.4 Start the Week. Correspondence, research material and notes, 2004
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94.5 The Sunday Feature: Generating the Beats. Script with revisions, 1996
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94.6 Thinking Allowed. Script outline, undated
The Verb
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94.6 Segment on John Simmons. Notes and research material, April 2007
Tribute to John Riley. Note fragment, circa 2008
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94.7 Lines, episode 5 – The Parking Structure (documentary series). Typescript notes, 2007
South Bank Show – J.G. Ballard. Interview notes, August 2006
Unidentified. Script re: Suburbia, undated



Series IV. Works by Others, 1968-2008, undated

About Sinclair and his works
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94.8 Acker, Kathy. Writing As Magic in London in Its Summer (essay on Sinclair). Typescript, 1997
Bond, Robert. Typescript extracts of PhD thesis on Sinclair
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94.9 'Kodak chapter' and 'White Chappell chapter,' 1997, undated
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94.10 'Lud Heat chapter,'  'Back Garden Poems (1970) and The Kodak Mantra Diaries (1971),' and photocopy of A Novelist in the Era of Higher Capitalism: Iain Sinclair and the Postmodern East End by Peter Brooker, 1998-1999, undated
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94.11 'Downriver chapter,'  'Lud/Suicide chapter,' and Introduction, 1999-2000
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94.12 Perril, Simon. A Cartography of Absence: The Work of Iain Sinclair. Typescript and correspondence, 1996
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94.13 Unidentified. Iain Sinclair: pre-film treatment [for Late Show]. Photocopied typescript and article with revisions, circa 1990
Other
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94.14 Aldiss, Brian. Paddling (novel excerpt). Photocopied typescript, 2006
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94.15 Archer, Rodney. Hymn to Her. Photocopied typescript, 1988
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95.1 Aylett, Steve. The Crime Studio. Typescript, 1993
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95.2 Bamford, Christopher, ed. The Noble Traveller: An Introduction to the Life and Work of O. W. de L. Milosz. Typescript, undated
Barry, Peter. Poetry Wars
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95.3-4 Typescript, 2005
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95.5 Introduction and excerpt, correspondence, promotional material, notes by Sinclair, 2005
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95.6 Beer, Gillian. Can the Native Return? The Hilda Hulme Memorial Lecture (8 December 1988). Photocopy, 1989
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95.7 Bergvall, Caroline. Jets-Poupee. Typescript and correspondence, 1999
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95.8 Betancourt, Michael. The City as Palimpsest: The Paintings of Jose Parla. Typescript, undated
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95.9 Bond, Robert. Vortex Out of German London. Typescript, 2006
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95.10 Boulting, Gideon. Through the Eyes of William Blake. Script outline, fifth and sixth drafts, and correspondence, 1993
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95.11 Capildeo, Vahni. Various poems. Typescripts, 2000
Catling, Brian
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95.12 Bells and Coins (shooting plan for a performance). Handwritten manuscript and notes by Sinclair, undated
Mutt’s New Pin. Typescript, undated
Vorticegarden. Typescript with revisions, 1973
Unidentified. Typescript with revisions, 1994
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95.13, 96.1 Cunningham, Ian. A Reader’s Guide to Writers’ London. Proof, 2000
Daly, Adam
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96.2 Eye of the Abyss. Typescript, 2004
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96.3 The Outcast’s Burden (extract). Typescript, 2002
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96.4 Dearden, Tom. The Doctor Bumfleece Experiment (synopsis and first five chapters). Typescript and notes by Sinclair, 2005
Dun, Aidan Andrew
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96.5 India Cantos (published as Universal). Bound typescript, undated
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96.6 Vale Royal. Proof and notes by Sinclair, 1995
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96.7 Enzensberger, Hans Magnus. Kiosk. Photocopy, undated
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96.8 Este, Jessica d’. Various poems. Typescripts and photocopies, 1995
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96.9 Etchells, Tim. Endland Stories (excerpt). Proof, 1998
Fisher, Allen
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osf 22 The Art of Flight VI-IX. Poster, undated
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96.10 Snarling Complexity. Photocopy, 1994-1995
Foyle, Naomi
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96.11 Febrifugue. Chapbook and correspondence, 1995-1996
Raven and the Pirate Girl. Typescript and correspondence, 1994-1996
Glinert, Ed
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96.12, 97.1 East End Chronicles. Proof, 2005
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97.2-3 The London Compendium. Proof, 2003
Green, Paul A.
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97.4 Death Layer. Typescript, 1978
The Qliphoth
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97.5-6 Typescript, 2006
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97.4 Chapter 2. Typescript, undated
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98.1 Griffiths, Bill. A Book of Spilt Cities. Typescript, 1999
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98.2 Groom, Nick. Take Me to Your Shoes. Typescript, 1997
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98.3 Healy, John. The Glass Cage. Typescript, undated
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98.4-5 Hinton, Brian. Discovering Island Writers: Exploring the Literary Tradition of the Isle of Wight. Typescript, 1997 (Includes photocopies of South magazine, Issue 17, containing a profile and poems by Hinton (undated); and Dimbola, the Quarterly Journal of the Julia Margaret Cameron Trust, Spring 1998)
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98.6 Hollings, Ken. Destroy All Monsters. Proof extract, 2001
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98.7 Holmes, Thomas. London’s Underworld (1912). Printout, 2006
Home, Stewart
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98.8 Green Apocalypse. Pamphlet and correspondence, circa 1995
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99.1-2 Tainted Love. Typescript, 2005
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99.3 Horovitz, Michael. Printed Circuit. Typescript, 1969-1973 (Includes photocopies of two articles by Horovitz, 1973)
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99.4 Hunt, Ian. Lip-reading by Swaying Lamps: the Performance of Complicated Poetry (lecture notes). Typescript, undated
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99.5 Isaacs, Julian. The Boulder in the Brook (excerpts). Typescript, 1996
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99.6 Jackson, Kevin. Letters of Introduction. Photocopied copy-edited typescript and Sinclair quote for cover, 2003
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99.7 Jenks, Chris. Watching Your Step: The History and the Practice of the Flaneur. Typescript, 1994
Jenks, Chris and Tiago Neves. A Walk on the Wild Side: Urban Ethnography Meets the Flaneur. Typescript, 1998
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99.8 Jones, Lloyd. Mr. Vogel. Proof, 2004
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99.9 Kelly, Garry. Sweir Face. Typescript, 1988-1989
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99.10 Klinkert, Robert. Cesar. Script, undated
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99.11 Levin, Gabriel. Sleepers of Beulah. Typescript, undated
Lichtenstein, Rachel. On Brick Lane
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99.12, 100.1 First draft. Typescript and correspondence with Sinclair’s suggested edits, June-August 2006
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100.2-3 Draft copy/second draft. Typescript, 2006
Lowenstein, Tom
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100.4 Arctic Diary, Summer 1988. Typescript, 1988
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100.5 Untitled. Typescript, 1997
Lowes, Tony
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100.6, osf 22 Early works. Typescripts, notebook, galleys, 1968-1970, undated
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100.7 Fixed Oils. Typescript, 1982
The Mikey Joe Stories
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100.8 Typescript, undated
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100.9 Correspondence and promotional material, 1984
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100.10 Madsen, Jørgen. Warm Blood. Typescript, 1983
Makin, Richard
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101.1 Ravine. Typescript, undated
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101.2 Work in Process. Printouts and correspondence, 2004-2006
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101.3 Marks, John. The Millennium: My Journey through the 20th Century. Typescript, 1997
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101.4-5 Mitton, Charlie. The Postmodern Blues Prophecy. Typescript, 1999
Moorcock, Michael
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101.6 Popular Mechanic (review of Against the Day by Thomas Pynchon). Typescript, undated
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101.7 The War Amongst the Angels. First draft typescript, 2000
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102.1-2 Muckle, John. A-Z. Typescript, 2001
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102.3 Nuttall, Jeff. Numbdown. Uncorrected first draft typescript, undated
Oliver, Douglas
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102.4 The Infant and the Pearl. Photocopy, 1985
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102.5 An Island that is All the World. Typescript, undated
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102.6 Sophia Scarlett. Typescript, undated
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102.7 Three Variations on the Theme of Harm. Typescript, undated
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103.1-2 Whisper 'Louise'. Typescript, 2000
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103.3 Ornstein, Robert and Richard P. Thompson. The Amazing Brain. Advance section, undated
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103.4 Papadimitriou, Nick. Cul-de-sac. Typescript, circa 2005
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103.5 Perkins, Jethro. The Red Eye; Bow. Typescripts, 1997
Perril, Simon
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103.6 The Construction of Jerusalem and the Deconstruction of Monopolised Reality. Photocopied handwritten manuscript, undated
Drawing Attention. Typescript, undated
The Stumbling Block. Typescript, undated
Petit, Chris
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103.7 'Angleton novel.' Typescript notes, 2003
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103.8 The Northwest Passage (collaboration with Sinclair, not completed). Proposal and funding guide, 2007
The Psalm Killer
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103.9 Advance extract. Typescript, 1996
Film script adapted from novel. Typescript, April 2000
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103.10 Pierotti, Nick. Almost Inkfish. Typescript, 1993
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103.11 Platt, Edward. Leadville. Typescript, 1998
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103.12 Quinn, Niall. Stone water marble. Typescript, 1999
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osb 5 Rabey, David Ian. Staging Crash: the sexualizing of language in action. Offprint from Studies in Theatre and Performance, 2003
Reed, Jeremy
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104.1 17’s Coil. Photocopied typescript, 1976
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104.2 Aqualung Diabetes. Typescript, 1974
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104.3 Epilepsy Ergo. Photocopied typescript, undated
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104.4 Red-Haired Android. Typescript and clippings, 1990
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104.5 Rees, David. The London. Typescript, 1996
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104.6 Rose, Gillian. Love’s Work. Typescript, 1994
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104.7-8 Royle, Nicholas. The Matter of the Heart. Typescript, 1997
Sallis, James
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104.9, 105.1 Chester Himes, a Life. Typescript, undated
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105.2 Sorrow’s Kitchen. Bound typescript and Sinclair quote for cover, 2000
Seabrook, David
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105.3 Daddlands. Typescript, undated
Down by the Jetty. Typescript, 1999
In Town Tonight. Typescript, undated
TEFoLa. Typescript, undated
Untitled [re: William Gaddis]. Typescript, undated
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105.4 Sergeant, John. M25 Curiosities/Content/Notabilities. Typescript, 2001
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105.5 Sheppard, Robert. Introduction and So It Shifts: An Interview with Lee Harwood (from The Salt Companion to Lee Harwood). Typescript, undated
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105.6-8 Tambling, Jeremy. Going Astray: Dickens and London. Typescript, 2008
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105.9 Tebb, Barry. Children’s Games; A Fire in October. Typescript booklets, clippings, correspondence, 1996
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105.10 Tickell, Paul. The British Art of Gothic. Typescript, 1993
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106.1 Torrance, Chris. Acrospirical Meanderings in a Tongue of the Time; The Magic Door: a Cycle; various poems. Typescripts and notes, 1968-1974
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106.2 Upstone, Robert, ed. Modern Painters: The Camden Town Group. Proof, circa 2008
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106.3 Warner, Marina. Stone Girl. Typescript, undated
Watson, Ben
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106.4-6 Derek Bailey and the Story of Free Improvisation. Proofs and correspondence, 2004
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106.7 The Entry of Pop Music into the Academy: What Happened to the Aesthetic Moment? Typescript, 1996 (Includes clippings of reviews and letters to the editor by Watson.)
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106.8 Various poems. Typescripts, 2007
White, Tony
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106.9, 107.1 Brit-pulp! Typescript, 1998
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107.2 Foxy-T. Proofs, 2002
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107.3-4 Whitehead, Peter. Tonite Let’s All Make Love In London. Typescript, 1997
Williamson, Aaron
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107.5 A Holy Throat Symposium (excerpt and cover mock-up). Typescript, 1992
Sub Voicive Poetry #15. Photocopy, 1997
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107.6 Wilson, Vicky. London Houses. Proof, 2002
Wu, Duncan
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107.7 Trash: The TV Apocalypse (excerpt). Photocopied typescript, 1992
Wordsworth in Space. Typescript and photocopied printed article, 1991
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107.8 Unidentified (_____, John?). The Deeds of Men. Photocopied handwritten manuscript fragment, circa 1980s
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107.9 Unidentified. Epitaph for a Greasy Spoon. Typescript, undated
Unidentified. A Satirical Satyr Settles in Northwood. Typescript, undated
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osb 5 Unidentified. Graphic novel illustrations. Photocopies, undated
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107.9 Unidentified. Various poems. Typescripts, undated



Series V. Printed Materials, 1973-2008, undated

Subseries A. Catalogues, 1977-2005, undated
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108.1 Airgedlámh Publications, 1997
Alan Halsey Books, Spring 1999
Allardyce Book, 1993
Amra Imprint, undated
Andy Richards, Christmas Catalogue, 1987
Any Amount of Books / Charing Cross Road Bookshop
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108.1 No. 15, 1992
No. 23, Winter 1999
Arcadia Books
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108.1 1997
2000 (2)
Ash Rare Books
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108.2 Modern First Editions (3), undated
Out of Ireland – Modern Irish Poetry, undated
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108.3 Beat Books, Catalogue 22: Dada, Surrealism, and the Avant-Gardes, undated
Beau Geste Press, undated
Bertram Rota, undated
BFI Publishing Catalogue, 1999
Black Ace Books
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108.3 No. 13, March 1992
No. 14, April 1992
Black Dog Publishing Limited, 1999-2000
Black Sparrow Press, Fall/Winter 1998
Bloodaxe Books
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108.4 New Books, Autumn 1999
Complete List, 2003
New Books, 2003
Bloomsbury Book Auctions, 1998
Bombshelter Press, undated
Book Works Publications, 1990-1991
Books Etc., Factor Fiction Etcetera Summer Magazine, 2001 (contains summer reading recommendations from Sinclair)
The British Fantasy Society, Winter 1997
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108.5 Carnivorous Arpeggio, undated
Codex Books, 1999
Codex Books / Slab-O-Concrete Publications, 2000
Cold Tonnage Books, November 1997
Coypu Press, undated
Creation Books, Spring/Summer 1997
Crescent Moon Publishing, undated
David Rees, Catalogue 61, July 2000
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108.6 Edition of Contemporary Music, 1999
Elizabeth Spindel, Summer 1992
Enitharmon
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108.7 January 1995
Autumn 1998
2000 (2)
2003-2004
Artists’ Books, undated (2)
Undated (2)
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108.6 Equipage, undated
Etruscan Books
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108.6 Four new books, Autumn/Winter 2002 (contains Saddling the Rabbit)
Four new books, Spring/Summer 2004 (2)
Four new books of poetry, undated
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109.1 Fairbridge Books, list no. 2, undated
Fantasy Centre, October 1997
Fantasy Zone, undated
Five Seasons Press, circa 1989
Flambard Press, 1993-1994
Flamingo Firsts, 2000
Gaberbocchus Press / De Harmonie, Spring 1985
Grafton Books, January-June 1991 (contains Downriver)
Granta Books
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109.2 Winter/Spring 1997 (contains Lights Out for the Territory)
Summer/Autumn 1997
January-June 1999 (contains Rodinsky’s Room)
July-December 2000
July-December 2001 (2)
Spring 2001 (contains Landor’s Tower)
Grey House Books - Criminology
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109.1 July 1996
August 1996
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109.3 Hanging Loose Press, 1993
The Harvill Press, Spring 2001
Heart of Albion Press, March 1991
Icon Books, 2000
Illuminations, undated (contains The Falconer)
Invisible Books, 1996
John Baxter
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109.4 List #2, April 1998
List #3, July 1998
John Eggeling
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109.4 No. 42, September 1995
No. 43, October 1995
No. 51, August 1996
No. 66, December 1999
No. 89, November 2003
Jonathan Cape
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109.5 January-July 1995 (contains Lights Out for the Territory)
January-July 1996 (contains Lights Out for the Territory)
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109.4 Joshua Heller Rare Books, Inc., Fall 1992
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109.6 Lame Duck Books, Modern Thought – no. 28, undated
Los Poetry Press, undated
The Many Press, undated (contains The Penances)
Morning Star Publications, 1994 (2)
New River Project / Writers Forum
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109.7 List 2, October 1984
1988 (2)
Nicholas Pounder Bookseller
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109.7 June 1992
November 1992
No. 895, circa 1995
Undated
Nigel Williams (Books), Wodehouse Catalogue Two, January 1992
North and South, 1989
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110.1 The Oleander Press (2), undated
Oriel Bookshop, Spoken Word Records, undated
Paul Brown, Catalogue Twelve, undated
Paul Duncan, List 16, September 1994
Paul Green
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110.2 June 1992
March 1994
July 1995
April 1998
December 1999
Second-hand Poetry (3), undated
Second-hand Books, undated
Spectacular Diseases Imprint, undated
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110.1 Pete Scott (Books), November 1987
Peter A. Bologna – Modern First Editions, undated
Peter Riley (Books)
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110.3 New Publications, Spring 1992
Special List No. 3, undated
Special List No. 6 (A), undated
Catalogue 23, undated
Catalogue 69, undated
Catalogue 70, undated
Catalogue 72, undated
Catalogue 74, undated
Catalogue 75, undated
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110.1 Peter Selley, List Number Three, Spring/Summer 1992
The Plague Press, 1996
Pocket Essentials, October 2002-June 2003
Pressed Curtains, August 1977
Quartet Encounters, 1992
Reaktion Books
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110.4 Spring 1998
Spring 2000
July-December 2003
Reality Street Editions
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110.4 1993-1994 (2)
1995
1997-1998
2002 (2)
Reality Studios, 1992
Red Sharks Press, 1992-1993
Robert Dagg Rare Books, Summer 1992
Rockingham Press
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110.4 Autumn 1992
1993
Salt Publishing
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110.5 2003
2005
Winter 2005
Undated
Secker & Warburg, Minerva, July-December 1994
Serif
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110.5 1993-1994
1994-1995
Serpent’s Tail
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110.5 April-December 1992
September 1997-February 1998
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110.6 Shearsman Books, 1999-2000 (2)
Slow Dancer Press
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110.6 1994-1995
1997
1998-1999
Tartarus Press, 1999
Thames & Hudson, July-December 2001
Time Enough for Books
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110.6 Catalogue 26, undated
Catalogue 28, undated
Titan Books, 1997-1998
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110.7 Vennel Press, undated
Vintage
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110.7 Spring-Summer 1995 (contains Radon Daughters and Downriver)
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33.10 Autumn/Winter, 1995-1996 (contains White Chappell, Scarlet Tracings and Lud Heat and Suicide Bridge)
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110.7 Fifth birthday promotion, September 1995 (contains Radon Daughters)
Voyager, Autumn 1997
Waiting for Godot Books
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111.1 Catalogue 27, undated
Catalogue 31, undated
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110.7 Waterloo Press, 2001 (2)
Waterstone’s, Spring 1994
Workfortheeyetodo, February 1995
Worple Press, Autumn 2000
Zoilus Press, April 2002
Subseries B. Chapbooks and Publications, 1973-2003, undated
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111.2 Association of Little Presses. Catalogue of Little Press Books in Print, February 1980
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111.3 Attoe, David. 71 Pines, undated
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111.4 Barker, Christopher. Ghosts Alive!, undated (2 copies)
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osb 6 Bradley, Christine, Ruth Greenberg, and Danielle Olsen. Medicine Man: the forgotten museum of Henry Wellcome, British Museum exhibition guide, 2003
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111.4 Buck, Paul and Ulli McCarthy. The Table, 1977
Charters, Samuel. Portents 23 "From a London Notebook" (instructions only), 1973
Cole, Robert. Inheritance, 1995
Corcoran, Kelvin. Kowloon, 1994
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111.5 Fruish, Alistair H. Fools Talks, 1994
Hughes, Peter. Paul Klee’s Diary, 1995
Johnson, Mike. AE: The Seven Wonders of the Universe, 1994
Jones, Christopher. Nine Things That Aren’t There (Past Tense, volume 1), Winter 2001
Patterson, Ian, Martin Thom, and Nick Totton
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111.6 Love Laughs at Locksmiths, 1979
More Follows, undated
Perril, Simon
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111.7 The Paranoiac’s Almanack, 1994
Refractions, 1994
Spirit Level, 1996
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111.8 Proshkov, Proshko. Interiors and Exteriors 2000-2001, undated
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111.9 Quinn, Niall, Nick Macias, and Nic Laight. However Introduced to the Soles, 1995
Royle, Nicholas. The Blue Posts, 1998
Sheppard, Robert and Patricia Farrell. Jungle Nights in Pimlico, 1995
Tebb, Barry, ed. Seven Unquiet Shouters, 2001
Torrance, Val. Earth Heart Almanack, 1975
Upton, Lawrence and Bob Cobbing. Hot Lust Erred, 1996
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111.10 Unidentified. Various book fragments and photocopied book pages, undated
Subseries C. Newsletters and Serials, 1973-2008, undated
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112.1 Actes de la Recherche en Sciences Sociales, Vol. 119, September 1997
ALCS News, Winter 1993
Antiquarian Book Monthly Review (ABMR), December 1990
Ansible 51, October 1991
Association of Little Presses (ALP) Newsletter
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112.2 Number 1, 1973
June 1973
November 1973
January 1974
May 1974
December 1974
March 1975
April 1975
September 1975
Addition to December 1975 newsletter, circa 1975-1976
September 1985
Volume 25, Number 1, December 1990-January 1991
Volume 26, Number 1, March 1992
Volume 26, Number 2, April 1992
Volume 26, Number 3, June 1992
Volume 26, Number 4, August-September 1992
Volume 26, Number 5, October-November 1992
Volume 26, Number 6, December 1992
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112.3 Volume 27, March-May 1993
Volume 27, Number 2, June-July 1993
Volume 27, Number 3, August-September 1993
Volume 27, Number 4, October-November 1993
Volume 28, Number 1, January-February 1994
Volume 28, Number 2, March-April 1994
Volume 28, Number 3, May-June 1994
Volume 28, Number 4, July-August 1994
Volume 28, Number 5, September-October 1994
Volume 28, Number 6, November-December 1994
Volume 29, Number 4, September-October 1995
Volume 30, Number 1, February-March 1996
Volume 30, Number 2, April-June 1996
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14.7 Beat Scene, The Kodak Mantra Diaries special issue, Winter 2006
Bezoar
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112.1 Volume 21, Number 3, May 1981
Volume 21, Number 4, July 1981
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osf 23 Judith Walker Posters No. 4, undated
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112.1 The Big Issue, No. 167, 5-11 February 1996
Blood from Stones, undated
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46.1 Blueprint, June 2007 (contains essay The Road to Wembley)
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112.1 Broadgate Today, Issue 2, November 1991
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112.4 Centre for Urban and Community Research Newsletter, Volume 1, Issue 1, Summer 2000
D Notice 43, 23 May 1994
Dimbola, No. 23, Summer 1998
EASTeight, November 2007
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osb 6 Evening Standard (partial copy), 11 August 1999
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112.4 Everything London Artists Magazine, Number 14, June-July 1994
4Word Magazine
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112.5 Issue Two, 1995
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14.10 Issue Three, 1996
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112.5 Issue Four, 1996
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14.10 Issue Five, 1996
Issue Six, 1996
Issue Seven, 1997
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osf 23 Gairfish, broadsheet no. 2, Summer 1991
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112.5 Gebir, Number 3, May 2002 (contains excerpt from Landor’s Tower)
Greater London Arts
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112.5 Eye Sites, Eye Sores, January 1975
Film/Video Extra, No. 4, Spring 1975
London Arts Guide, October 1975
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osb 6 Hackney Gazette, No. 16409, 24 June 1988
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osf 23 The High Horse, Issue 7, Spring 2006
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112.5 Injection, Issue 001, May 2006
Joint, no. 4, circa 1969-early 1970s (contains poems The Beat Poet, Death in the Suburbs, From Mao, Old Photograph, Transformation)
Kershed 1, March-May 1999
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112.6 La Carta de Oliver, No. 9, Spring 1999
Leeds Poetry Weekly
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112.6 Issue 5, 22 February 2003
Issue 7, 8 March 2003
Issue 11, 6 April 2003
Issue 17, 1 May 2003
The Listening Voice
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112.6 No. 1, undated
No. 4, 1999
The Literary Supplement, No. 20, August 1974
Live Art Magazine, Number 1, 2 May-2 July 1994
Lobby Press Newsletter, Number 15, September 1980
London Poetry Secretariat News
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112.6 April 1973
October 1973
Autumn/Winter 1974
1976
London Review of Books
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osb 1 Vol. 19, No. 17, 4 September 1997
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osb 6 Vol. 24, No. 12, 27 June 2002 (contains essay A Hit of Rus in Urbe)
Vol. 30, No. 12, 19 June 2008 (contains essay The Olympics Scam)
Metro London, 12 August 1999
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112.6 New Society, Volume 81, Number 1286, 21 August 1987. Includes clipping of article by Patrick Wright from The Independent on Sunday, 11 February 1990
New Statesman, Volume 112, Number 2904, 21 November 1986
Notes from the Borderland, Subscribers Bulletin Number 1, Winter 2000
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112.7 On Spec, Spring 1993
100 Words, Volume 1, Number 3, 1993
The Order of Credulous Fictioneers, No. 50, January 2000
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112.8 Pages, 113-120, undated
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113.1 No. 22, May 1989 (2)
No. 23, September 1989
No. 25, June 1990
No. 26, October 1990
No. 29, December 1991
No. 31, September 1993
No. 32, March 1994
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112.8 PM Newsletter, No. 41, undated (contains reviews of Flesh Eggs & Scalp Metal and White Chappell, Scarlet Tracings)
Poetry Now Newsletter
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112.8 No. 6, October 1996
No. 8, May 1997
No. 11, September 1997
Vol. 2, No. 7, circa 2000
June 2001
January 2002
February 2002
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osb 6 The Poetry Paper, issue two, 2005 (2) (contains poem Body Tourism)
Poetry Salzburg Review
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112.8 No. 4, Spring 2003
No. 12, Autumn 2007
Poets Conference Newsletter, 4 February 1975
Prism UK, Best of, 1997 (2)
Private Eye, Number 667, 10 July 1987
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osb 6 The Protestant, Volume 4, Number 1, undated
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46.2 The River, November 2001 (contains essay Runnymede Bridge)
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112.8 Sight and Sound, November 1995
(sub)urban, issue one contents, undated
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osb 6 The Sunday Review, 15 June 1997
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45.13 Tate Etc., Issue 11, Autumn 2007 (contains essay Memory Frames)
Tears in the Fence
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113.2 March 1995
October 1995
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113.3 Télérama, No. 2993, 26 May-1 June 2007 (contains article on Sinclair in French)
10th Muse
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113.3 No. 7, 1996
No. 8, 1997 (contains reviews of Lights Out for the Territory and Conductors of Chaos)
Time Out London
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45.4 18-25 September 2002 (contains essay Hail to the Tarmac Tourniquet!)
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27.5 Disappearing London issue, 25 October-1 November 2006 (contains essay Without a Trace)
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113.4 Unsolved, Issues 1 and 2, and The Unexplained, Volume 1, 1984
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Art and Theater
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113.5 A
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113.6 Apples & Snakes
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114.1-2 Architectural Association
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114.3 Architecture Foundation
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114.4 Arnolfini
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114.5 Art Space Gallery
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114.6-7 Artangel
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115.1 Artbank Gallery
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115.2 The Artery
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115.3 Artsadmin
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115.4 Ba-Brig
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115.5 Barbican
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115.6 BBC
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115.7-8 Beaux Arts
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116.1 Book Works
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116.2 Brit-By
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116.3 Ca-Ci
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116.4 Cambridge Darkroom Gallery
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116.5 Chisenhale Gallery
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116.6 Cl-Cy
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117.1 D
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117.2 Danielle Arnaud
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117.4 F
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117.5 Francis Kyle Gallery
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118.1 Ga
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118.2-4 The Gallery in Cork Street
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118.5-6 Gallery 27
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119.2-6, 120.1 Goldmark Gallery
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120.2 Goldsmiths College, University of London
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120.4-6, 121.1-3 Hart Gallery
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121.4-5 Haunch of Venison
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121.6 Hayward Gallery
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122.4 Laurent Delaye Gallery
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122.5 London International Festival of Theatre
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122.6 London Musicians’ Collective
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122.7 London Symphony Orchestra
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123.4 Mobile Home
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123.5 Museum of Modern Art Oxford
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125.5 Royal National Theatre
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126.4-5 South London Gallery
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Index of Correspondents

  • Abrahams, Tim (Blueprint Magazine)--78.4
  • Acker, Kathy, 1948-1997--55.6
  • Ackroyd, Peter, 1949- --55.7
  • Adair, Gilbert--81.5
  • Adams, Elizabeth--71.5
  • Adams, Mark (Agnew's)--48.8
  • Adams, Tim--73.4, 75.3
  • Adley?, Bob--76.2
  • After Image Limited--69.1
  • Agostinis, Valentina--81.3
  • Ahearn, Allen--68.6
  • Ahmed, Iqbal--77.4, 78.1, 81.1
  • Aitken, Michael--79.1
  • Aitman, Tony (Black Voices)--76.2
  • Allan, Diana--71.5
  • Allen, Chris--12.3
  • Allen Ginsberg Trust (Bill Morgan, Bob Rosenthal)--57.8
  • Allen, P. J.--69.4
  • Allen, Peter--69.1
  • Allen, Tim (Terrible Work (magazine))--70.6
  • Allin, Mark--81.5
  • Allison, Phil (Cultureshock Media)--80.5
  • Allnutt, Gillian, 1949- (City Limits Magazine)--67.4
  • Allsobrook, M., Mrs.--87.5
  • Alm, Norman--87.5
  • Alubaidy, Julian--70.2
  • Alvarez, A. (Alfred), 1929- --55.6
  • Amery, David--69.4
  • Anderson, John--68.6
  • Andrassy, Hannah--76.2
  • Andrews, Lyman (University of Leicester)--66.6
  • Andrews, Shelly--70.2
  • Andrews, Stephen--76.2
  • Andricopoulos, Yannis (The Skyros Centre)--69.1
  • Ansdell, David--70.2
  • Anstee, Rod--68.1
  • Any Amount of Books--79.3
  • App_____?, Richard--75.3
  • Appignanesi, Joshua--71.5
  • Apple Corps Limited--55.6
  • Appleby, William--70.6
  • Aquarius (magazine)--57.8
  • Arcadian Press--81.4
  • Archer, Jeffrey, 1940- --17.9
  • Archer, Rodney--67.5-6, 68.1, 94.15
  • The Architecture Foundation--76.7
  • Armstrong, Keith (The Informer)--81.4, 84.5
  • Armstrong, Michael--66.7, 84.5
  • Arnall, Dick (Finetake Productions)--70.2
  • Arnold, Katie (South Bank Centre)--78.1, 80.5
  • Arnolfini Gallery--41.9
  • Artangel (James Lingwood, Michael Morris)--71.5, 72.5, 73.4, 75.3, 76.2, 76.7, 78.1, 78.4
  • Arthrob (Robin Hancock, Ernesto Leal, Louise McKinney, Jan-Willem Van den Bosch, Jessica William)--70.6, 71.5, 72.5
  • Arthur, Dave--68.1
  • Arts Council of England (Graham Hitchen)--70.6
  • Arts Council of Great Britain--66.6
  • Arvon Foundation (Andy Brown, Sarah Dove, Philip Redpath)--67.6, 70.6
  • Ash, Juliet--69.4, 75.3, 79.4
  • Ashbury, Roy--66.6, 79.1
  • Ashley, Helen (Scroope (Cambridge Architectural Journal))--74.2
  • Ashley, Peter, 1948- --8.9, 47.7, 77.4, 81.2
  • Ashworth, Mary--87.5
  • Askham, Suzanne--87.5
  • Association of Little Presses (Oxford, England)--66.6, 69.3, 84.7
  • Astbury, Tony--79.1
  • Astley, Neil (Bloodaxe Books)--68.4
  • Astor, Lucy--70.2
  • Atkins, Marc--79.4
  • Atkinson, Helen--69.4
  • Attoe, David--55.6, 84.10
  • Austin, Nick (Grafton Books)--8.4, 11.7, 11.9, 41.2, 64.3, 67.4-6, 68.1, 68.4, 68.6, 69.1, 70.2, 70.6, 76.7, 78.1, 87.6-7, 88.1-2
  • Authors’ Licensing & Collecting Society (Gaynor Coules, Beth George, Judith Leigh, Dafydd Wyn Phillips)--90.8
  • Avery, John--72.5
  • Ayres, Ian--72.5, 74.2
  • B_____, Buck--82.1
  • B_____, Roy C.--84.6
  • B_____?, Julian--68.1, 93.8
  • B_____?, Roxanne--87.5
  • Bacon, Victoria (Christ Church Spitalfields)--39.8
  • Baer, Ann--19.7, 76.7, 78.1, 78.4
  • Baggaley, Paul--68.4, 73.4, 74.2, 88.3
  • Bailey, Andrew (The Poetry Society)--78.1
  • Baines?, Edward (Rutland Bookshop)--84.10
  • Baker, Brian--80.5, 81.3
  • Baker, Bridget--82.2-3
  • Baker, John--78.1
  • Baker, Phil--68.4, 70.6, 73.4, 74.2, 76.2
  • Baker, Tom--71.5, 78.4, 79.4, 82.2-3
  • Baker, Tony--84.6
  • Ballard, Fay--78.1
  • Ballard, J. G., 1930-2009--19.8, 27.9, 55.8
  • Ballinger, Christina--67.6
  • Bamfield, Peter--87.5
  • Bamford, Christopher, 1943- --55.9, 56.1-2
  • Bamford, Diane--55.9, 56.1-2
  • Bamford, Geoffrey and Patricia--72.5, 73.4
  • Bamforth, Stuart--81.3
  • Bamham Farm Cottages (Jackie Chapman)--69.1
  • Banham, Joanna (Tate Britain)--75.3, 76.2, 89.12
  • Bannister, Hannah (Peepal Tree Press)--1.6
  • Barber, George--79.5
  • Barbo, Chiara--80.6
  • Barbour, Judith--68.4
  • Barefoot, Guy, 1957- --70.6, 71.5
  • Barker, Adam (Blast! Films)--70.6
  • Barker, Jonathan (The British Council)--70.6
  • Barker, Sebastian--59.5, 70.6
  • Barnes, Julene--72.5
  • Barnett, Anthony (Allardyce, Barnett, Publishers)--56.3, 87.6
  • Barnie, John (Planet (magazine))--74.2
  • Baron, Michael--74.2, 75.3
  • Barrington, Brendan--73.4
  • Barry, Peter, 1947- --67.1, 70.2, 80.4, 95.5
  • Barter, Nicholas (The Arts Council of Great Britain)--84.5
  • Barton, A. J. (d Squirrel Press)--67.6
  • Barton, Marjorie--66.6, 79.1, 84.6-7
  • Barzdziukaite, Rugile--81.2
  • Bastible, Acushla (Islington International Festival)--71.5
  • Batty, John C. (Oglethorpe, Sturton & Gillibrand)--68.1
  • Baxter, Emma--38.9, osb 4
  • Baxter, John--3.1, 69.1, 70.2, 70.6, 74.2
  • Bayliss, C. J.--68.4
  • Baynes, Peter--87.5
  • Baynes, W. J. W. (“Bill”)--68.1
  • Beake, Fred (Mammon Press)--72.5
  • Beard, Steve, 1961- --19.9, 80.6
  • Bearer, Paul (That Stupid Club)--71.5
  • Beavan, Sharon--73.4
  • Beck, Andrew (Coventry University)--43.2, 71.5
  • Beckham, Rex (Bay Side Books)--71.5
  • Bedford, David--71.5
  • Beer, Vanilla--87.5
  • Behr, David (The East London History Society)--72.5
  • Beint, A.--87.5
  • Bell, Eugenia (“Gina”)--22.8, 80.6
  • Bell, Ian--68.1
  • Bell, Susan (Random House)--68.4, 68.6, 69.1
  • Belton, Neil--18.8, 68.4, 68.6, 69.1, 69.4, 71.5, 73.4, 75.3, 88.3
  • Bender, Jill (American International Productions)--44.4
  • Benedetti, Renato--76.7
  • Benham, Martin--82.1
  • Bennett, Bill--67.2
  • Bennett, John--81.1
  • Benson, Jim (Brunel University)--78.6
  • Benson?, Mark--68.1
  • Bentley, Robert--69.1, 74.2
  • Benveniste, Asa (Imprint Books & Art)--55.6
  • Benzon, Kiki--19.10
  • Bergvall, Caroline--2.2, 70.2, 72.5, 95.7
  • Bernstein, Charles--84.10
  • Bertram Rota Ltd, Booksellers--67.3
  • Best, Philip (Bloomsbury Book Auctions)--91.2
  • Beswick, Richard--70.6
  • Bettington, Clive--12.3, 73.4, 75.3
  • Bevan, Robert (United Business Media)--73.4
  • Bex, A. R.--87.5
  • Bhoyroo, Jane (Anthony Reynolds Gallery)--76.2
  • Bicknell, Annie--72.5
  • Bicknell, Judith--82.4
  • Bicknell, Laurence (“Renchi”)--44.4, 71.5, 72.5, 76.2, 79.5, 82.4
  • Bill, D. A.--67.2
  • Binns, Philip--74.2
  • Bird, A. John--75.3
  • Bishopsgate Institute (D. R. Webb)--79.1
  • Biswas, Arup--78.1
  • Bizzare (magazine) (Corey Jackson)--74.2
  • Black, T. E. G.--82.1
  • Blackburn, David--78.1
  • Blair, Deborah--71.5, 72.5
  • Blake, Sarah--68.1
  • Blakeney Hotel (Ruth Clague)--70.2
  • Blanchard, Tim--77.4
  • Blannin, Katrina--71.5
  • Blazwick, Iwona (Whitechapel Art Gallery)--12.2, 78.1
  • Bloch, Don--72.5
  • Bloomsbury Book Auctions--68.6
  • Bodley, John (Faber and Faber)--67.6
  • Boggis, Liz--72.5
  • Bolch, Louisa (The South Bank Show)--70.6
  • Bolt, Ranjit--68.1
  • Bolton, Syd--70.6
  • Bond, Robert, 1972- --70.2, 70.6, 74.2, 75.3, 76.2, 76.7, 77.4, 78.4, 80.4, 80.6, 81.1-2, 94.9-11, 95.9
  • Bonney, Sean--72.5
  • Booth, Martin--55.6
  • Borthwick, Ruth--27.6
  • Bost, Stephanie K. (Michigan State University Press)--73.4
  • Botibol, Catherine--80.6
  • Boulting, Gideon--95.10
  • Bowen, Hattie--78.1
  • Bowering, Hattie--80.5
  • Bowers, Kelvin and Dooze Storey--71.5
  • Boyle, C., Mrs. (Better Books)--66.6
  • Brackenbury, Alison--68.1, 79.1
  • Brackstone, Lee (Faber and Faber)--75.3, 107.2
  • Bradbury, Sue (The Folio Society)--71.5, 72.5
  • Bradford, Judith--67.4
  • Bradley, Clive (Shadow Arts Council)--73.4
  • Bradley, Jim--68.4
  • Braggins, Judy (The Poetry Trust)--50.4
  • Brakhage, Marilyn--10.5
  • Brakhage, Stan--55.6
  • Brannigan, Sheila--73.4
  • Braun, Michaela--80.6
  • Breakwell, Ian--68.4, 69.1, 69.4
  • Brem, Richard--73.4
  • Brennan, James (Press Books Centre)--84.5-6
  • Brent, M. A., Ms.--87.5
  • Brenton, Howard--68.1
  • Breward, Christopher (Royal College of Art)--70.6, 91.10
  • British Broadcasting Corporation (Nana Anto-Awuakye, Julia Arrowsmith, William Ash, Dilly Barlow, Saskia Baron, Jack Beale, Marc Beeby, James Boyle, Sarah E. Brooks, Elizabeth Burke, Richard Cawston, Alec Charles, Jim Clarke, Simon Coates, Christopher Cook, Geoffrey Crabb, Alastair Cross, Mark Crossan, Sara Davies, Tim Dee, Alice Feinstein, John Goudie?, Jane Greenwood, Sandra Gregory, Julian Henriques, Claire Holland, Tanya Hudson, Katie Hunter, Tim Kirby, Ariane Koek, Aasiya Lodhi, Mike MacCormack, Julian May, Ken McHale, Fiona McLean, S. J. Mitchell, Rebecca Nicholson, Paul O’Keeffe, Lorna Pegram, Paul Quinn, Kirsty Reid, Hannah Rowley, Christine Saunders, Elaine Shepherd, Zoe Silver, Mark [Mack?] Smalley, Andrew Smith, Craig Smith, Jacqueline Smith, Stephen Smith, Matthew Springford, Fraser Steel, Tuppence Stone, Charlie Taylor, Laura Thomas, Clare Walmsley, Jerome Weatherald, Lyn Wheeler, Anna Williams, C. G. Wilson, Duncan Wu, Ingrid _____)--14.12, 42.12, 43.18, 44.4, 56.4-6, 67.1, 71.2, 76.7, 77.5, 80.4-5, 81.1-2, 83.8, 84.6, 91.1, 93.5, 93.8-9, 94.1-4
  • British Film Institute (Karen Alexander, Nigel Algar, John Atkinson, Bruce Beresford, Stephi Downs, William Fowler, Andrew Lockett, Laura Mulvey, Erich Sargeant, Rebecca Watts, Rob White, Philip _____)--3.8, 44.4, 45.19-20, 55.6, 69.1, 69.4, 70.1, 70.5, 71.2, 71.4-5, 73.4, 73.6, 76.2, 77.2, 79.5, 80.5
  • British Film Institute Publishing (Sophie Contento, Andrew Lockett, Lisa Moore, Alex Thiele, Rob White)--74.2
  • British Institute (Lynne Hjelmgaard)--71.5
  • British Library (Lynne Brindley, Charlotte Orrell-Jones, Colin Wight)--66.6, 75.1, 78.4-5
  • Broadribb, Chris--55.6
  • Broadway Bookshop--78.4
  • Brocchieri, Alessandra--75.3, 76.2
  • Brock, Edwin--83.8
  • Brøndum (Firm)--71.5
  • Brook, Stephen--55.7, 67.1
  • Brooke, Janet--71.5, 79.4
  • Brookeman, Chris--66.6
  • Brossard, Chandler, 1922-1993--55.6
  • Brotchie, Alastair--79.2, 84.10
  • The Brown Jacket Bookshop--83.8
  • Brown, Kathleen Arden--81.4
  • Brown, Mick--80.5
  • Brown, Paul--55.6
  • Brown, Peter--55.6
  • Brown, Steve--70.2
  • Browne, Liam--76.2
  • Bruni, Anthony--79.1
  • Buck, Paul, 1946- --19.11, 22.5, 22.12, 56.7, 80.6
  • Buckingham, Les (Aspex Visual Arts Trust)--68.4
  • Buckley, Jonathan--87.5
  • Budden, Mary E.--84.6
  • Buford, Bill--6.2
  • Burgess, Malcolm (Essex County Council)--76.2
  • Burley, Jason (Camden Lock Books)--79.4
  • Burman, Barry--68.1
  • Burman, Christopher--80.6
  • Burnham, Clint--68.4
  • Burns, Jan--76.7
  • Burns, Jim--55.6
  • Burns, Richard--66.6, 88.13
  • Burrill, Jemima (The Architecture Foundation)--72.5, 74.2
  • Burroughs, William S., 1914-1997--56.8
  • Burrows, Nicholas--69.1, 69.4
  • Burwell, P. D.--69.4, 71.5
  • Burwell, Paul--74.2
  • Burwood, Nigel--80.5, 81.1-2
  • Busck, John Gunni--66.7
  • Bush, Clive--67.1, 70.6
  • Bush, Rupert--80.6, 81.1
  • Butler, Bill (Unicorn Bookshop)--66.6
  • Butler, Louise (Tate Britain)--79.5, 106.2
  • Butterworth, Michael--68.6
  • Butterworth, R. M. (“Dick”)--75.3, 76.2
  • Butterworth, Sue--87.5
  • Byatt, Antonia (The South Bank Centre)--69.4
  • Byers, Margaret (Carcanet Press)--91.11
  • Byrne, Louis--79.3
  • C_____, Chris--67.4
  • C_____?, Sue--87.5
  • Cabair Helicopters (Marion Melbourn)--69.1
  • Caddel, Richard, 1949-2003--56.9, 88.3
  • Caddy, David--68.4, 69.4, 70.2, 70.6, 72.5, 76.7
  • Caiger-Smith, Martin (Hayward Gallery)--77.4
  • Caine, Michael--67.4, 67.7
  • Cairns, Phil (Electric Pictures)--70.6
  • Calder, John (National Arts Rally)--72.5
  • Callan, Mark (North Tyneside College)--73.4
  • Cambridge Poetry Society--67.2, 81.5
  • Cameron, Elisabeth (University of Warwick)--72.5
  • Campbell, Charles A. (Eighth Street Bookshop)--84.8
  • Campbell, Daisy--69.1
  • Campbell, James--70.6, 81.3
  • Campbell, Louise--75.3
  • Campbell, Mazry--67.7
  • Campeau, Anna (Rear Window)--90.6
  • Candlin, Fiona (Tate Liverpool)--50.10, 70.2
  • Cantwell, Jeremy (The Friends of Arthur Machen)--78.1
  • Canziani, Cecilia--76.2
  • Capildeo, Vahni, 1973- --19.12, 23.1, 27.1, 80.6, 95.11
  • Caredda, Paolo--74.2
  • Carew, Keggie--19.13, 70.6, 76.7, 78.4, 79.4-5, 80.6, 89.7
  • Carey, Graham--73.4, 75.3
  • Carlson, Michael--56.9
  • Carlton, Judith--81.2
  • Carolin, Clare (Hayward Gallery)--80.4
  • Carpanen, Danielle--76.7
  • Carpenter, Amanda--81.1
  • Carpenter, Peter, 1957- --19.14, 22.12, 74.2, 75.3, 76.2, 77.4, 78.4, 80.4, 80.6, 81.1-2
  • Carswell, Clare--71.5
  • Casablanca Magazine--69.1
  • Cassady, Carolyn--56.9
  • Catling, B. (Brian)--2.3, 5.7, 19.15, 22.5, 27.9, 57.1-2, 81.1-3, 84.10, 89.12, 95.12
  • The Centre Press--81.4
  • Cesare, Trish?--87.5
  • Chalmers, William--84.5
  • Chaloner, David--56.9, 81.2
  • Chamberlain, Tom--75.3
  • Champion, Miles--76.7
  • Chance, Stephen--75.3
  • Chapman, Ron--79.1
  • Chapman, Tim--80.6
  • Charles, Alec--70.6
  • Chavasse, Lucy--77.4
  • Cheek, Cris--2.4
  • Cheeseman, Gregory--67.5
  • Cheltenham College--83.9
  • Chen, Jennifer (Van Gogh's Ear)--76.2
  • Cheshire, David F.--74.2
  • Chester Music (Publisher)--75.3
  • Chevalier, Tracy (St James Press)--67.7
  • Chin, P. V.--68.1
  • Chingford Mount Cemetery--83.3
  • Chinn, Mike--89.10
  • Chivers, Tom, 1983- --27.9, 80.6, 81.2
  • Christie, Annita--67.6
  • Christie, Anthony--87.5
  • Christie, Stuart--12.3, 44.17, 78.4, 80.5, 81.2
  • Circuit (magazine)--83.8
  • Clark, Fiona M.--69.4
  • Clark, Steve--70.6, 72.5
  • Clark, Thomas A. (Cairn Gallery)--67.6-7, 69.4
  • Clark, Tom--41.9, 80.5-6, 81.3
  • Clarke, Roger--41.9
  • Clarke, Tony--87.5
  • Clarke-Williams, Adam (Cambridge Poetry Society)--66.7, 67.1
  • Clement, Mike--78.1
  • Clements, Roger--87.5
  • Clodd, Alan (Enitharmon Press)--70.6, 81.5, 84.6, 84.9-10
  • Clute, John--68.1, 84.10
  • Clute, Judith--79.4-5
  • Coady, Frances--68.1, 68.4
  • Cobb, Ellie--81.2
  • Cobbing, Bob, 1920-2002--56.9, 81.5
  • Cockcroft, Hester--73.4
  • Coenen, Richard--78.1, 78.4
  • Coffey, Ray--46.5
  • Cole, Emily--78.1
  • Cole, Michael--69.1
  • Cole, Robert--70.6
  • Collier Macmillan Distribution Services Ltd--84.9
  • Collier, Caroline (Arnolfini Gallery)--74.2, 76.2
  • Collinge, Caroline--76.7
  • Collins, Andrew--76.2, 77.4
  • Collinson, Sue--67.4
  • Colophon Press--70.2
  • Colour Technique Ltd.--44.4
  • Comely, Basil--68.1
  • Condon, Paul--73.4
  • Conn, Jeanne--75.3
  • Constable, John--71.5, 72.5, 73.4
  • Constantatou, Elli--80.6
  • Cook, Robin, 1931-1994--56.9
  • Coombs, Jan--71.5, 72.5
  • Coombs, Marshall--87.5
  • Cooper, Charles (Contemporary Films)--44.4
  • Cooper, Kimberley (Vertigo (magazine))--72.5
  • Cooper, Penny (The National Art Collections Fund)--79.5
  • Cooper, Stephen--87.5
  • Copeland, Val--87.5
  • Copp, G. W.--84.7
  • Corbett, Bernie (MBA Literary Agents)--91.6-8
  • Corbett, Bill--76.7
  • Corcoran, Kelvin--1.9, 2.5, 68.4, 70.2, 104.5, 111.4
  • Cornford, Christopher--68.4, 93.8
  • Cory, June--67.6-7
  • Cottam, Rachel (Institute of Contemporary Arts)--74.2
  • Coupland, Chris--84.10
  • Courtauld Institute of Art--70.6, 83.9
  • Cousins, Mark--69.1
  • Cox, Andy (The Third Alternative (magazine))--73.4
  • Crabbe, Lorna--76.7
  • Craig, Patsy--74.2
  • Craigan, Ian--84.6
  • Crawford, Neil J.--69.1
  • Crewe, Ivor--81.1
  • Critical Quarterly (Kate Ogborn)--69.4
  • Croft, Justin (Antiquarian Books)--22.7, 77.4
  • Crombie, Neil--71.5
  • Crombleholme, Jane--87.5
  • Crookshank, Anne (Trinity College, Dublin)--84.1
  • Cropper, Martin--84.6
  • Cross, Andrew--80.6, 81.2
  • Cross, Nigel--79.5
  • Crow, [Richard] (The Institution of Rot)--69.4, 70.2, 70.6, 78.4
  • Crown, Sarah--78.1, 80.6
  • Crozier, Andrew--2.6, 57.3-4, 87.6
  • Crozier, Jean--78.6
  • Cryer, Dominic--67.7
  • Cuddon, Sarah--75.3
  • Cullen, ?--87.5
  • Cullingford, Angie (London Poetry Secretariat)--66.6, 84.7
  • Cunliffe, Dave--73.4, 74.2
  • Cunningham, David--71.5
  • Currell, Anne--12.2
  • Curry, Linda (John Clare Society)--77.4, 80.5
  • Curtis, David (Arts Laboratory)--44.4
  • Curtis, Tim--66.6-7
  • Cusack, Peter--29.2, osb 3
  • Cussans, John--77.4
  • Cuthbert, Andrew--87.5
  • Cutter, D. J. C.--67.1
  • D_____, E_____--77.6
  • Daily Telegraph (John Col_____?, Tom Payne)--71.6, 72.5
  • Dale, Peter (Channel Four Television)--76.2
  • Daley, John--67.2
  • Daly, Adam--76.7, 96.2-3
  • Dammers, Ingrid (New Statesman)--54.11, 67.5
  • Darke, Chris--70.6, 74.3, 75.3, 77.4
  • Davey, John--70.6, 72.5, 73.4
  • David, Alan (Sblat (magazine))--70.2
  • Davidson, Jonathan--69.1
  • Davies, Celia (De La Warr Pavilion)--80.4
  • Davies, E. I.--87.5
  • Davies, Jane--17.6
  • Davies, John--69.1, 73.4, 74.3, 76.7, 79.1, 84.10
  • Davies, Sydney--12.6
  • Davis, Jim--71.6
  • Davis, P. A., Mrs.--44.4
  • Davy, Andrew--68.1
  • Davy, Mark and Calum Storrie--71.6
  • Dawes, Graham--70.6, 72.5
  • Dawson, Charles--72.5
  • Dawson, David E.--84.6
  • Dawson, Ruby (Eastside Arts)--69.4, 89.3
  • Day, Amanda--73.4
  • Day, Phil (Moving Pictures)--70.2
  • Day, Simon--81.1
  • De Coninck, Kyra--67.5
  • De Coulon Berthoud, Chris--81.2
  • de Keyser, Ethel--68.1, 88.2
  • De Oliveira, Nicolas (Museum of Installation)--76.2
  • De Selincourt, Christopher--41.9, 78.4
  • Dean, Judy--71.6
  • Dearden, Tom--78.1, 96.4
  • Deegan, Shane--12.3
  • Delaye, Laurent--74.3
  • Dellar, Robert, 1964- --53.15
  • Delmage, Pene--68.4
  • Denniston, Robin--76.2
  • Department of Education and Science--83.9
  • D’Este, Jessica--74.3
  • Deuchar, Stephen (Tate Britain)--74.3
  • Devi, Jaishree--70.6, 71.6
  • Devitt, Margaret--77.4
  • Diamant, Kathi--20.1, 22.8, 27.6
  • Diaper, Mark--72.5
  • Dick, Peter--67.3, 70.6, 72.5, 76.2
  • Dickinson, Bob--71.6
  • Dickinson, Suzanne--72.5
  • Dilworth, Steve, 1949- --68.1, 68.4, 69.1, 70.2, 70.6, 71.6, 72.5, 76.7, 78.1, 78.4, 79.5, 84.6
  • Dinkel, Camilla--69.4
  • Diss, Mike--70.6, 71.6
  • Dobbs, Oliver--87.5
  • Dobson, Roger--69.1, 70.6, 74.3
  • Dodd, Philip--68.4, 71.6
  • Dodsworth, Mr., Mrs., and Michael--82.1
  • Dodwell, Reginald--83.3
  • Doherty, Claire--80.5
  • Doherty, Mary-Rose (Grafton Books)--67.7, 87.6-7, 88.1
  • Donaghy, Brian--84.1
  • Done, Sarah (Optic Nerve)--93.1
  • Donnelly, Paul--67.7
  • Doran, Seán--75.3
  • Dorley-Brown, Chris--70.6
  • Dorn, Jennifer--74.3, 76.2
  • Douglas, J., Mrs.--82.1
  • Dowden, George--57.5
  • Dower, John--73.4
  • Doyle, Anna--12.2-3, 80.4, 80.6
  • Driffield, B. C. M.--11.9, 20.2, 78.1
  • Driver, Jim (The Do-Not Press)--70.6, 71.6, 79.4
  • Drummond, Bill, 1953- --22.12
  • Dublin University Film Society--83.8
  • The Dubliner--83.8
  • Dubnov, Eugene--76.2
  • Dubourg, Bernard--67.1
  • Duck, W., Mrs.--82.1
  • Duffy, Atlanta--73.4
  • Dun, Aidan Andrew--17.12, 70.2, 73.4, 96.5
  • Duncan, Andrew--2.7, 68.4, 70.2, 77.4, 88.7
  • Duncan, Paul--69.1
  • Duncan, Ronnie--68.6
  • Dunfoy, Francesca (Macmillan (Picador))--1.11
  • Durham, Sarah J.--72.5
  • Dutta, Gopal--75.3, 76.7
  • Dyckhoff, Tom--78.1
  • Dyson, M.--66.7
  • Eagar, Patrick--82.1
  • Eatwell, John--76.2, 76.7, 77.4
  • Eckardt, Robin--79.5
  • Edelman, Amy (Random House)--68.4
  • Edmonds, Angela--81.1
  • Edwards, Ken--20.5, 66.7, 70.2, 76.7, 77.4, 84.5-6, 84.10
  • Edwards, Malcolm--79.1
  • Edwards, Susanna--12.2, 22.8, 27.6, 44.17, 80.4-6, 81.1, 81.3
  • Egedahl, Ron--71.6
  • Eggeling, John--81.1
  • Elan, Eke--74.3
  • Eley, Holly (The Times Literary Supplement)--68.4, 79.2
  • Elliot, Arthur--79.1
  • Ellis, Anthony--75.3, 76.7
  • Ellis, David--69.4, 71.1, 71.6, 72.5, 76.2, 79.3
  • Ellis, Dick--72.5
  • Ellis, Olwen--66.7, 84.5
  • Ellis, Patsy--88.3
  • Ellis, Susa--69.4
  • Elster, Robert J.--76.7, 77.4
  • Elton, Leslie N.--48.3
  • Elton, Lewis--87.5
  • Ely, Paul--70.2
  • English Centre of International PEN (Josephine Pullein-Thompson)--67.4
  • Enright, Mary (The South Bank Centre)--68.1
  • Enright, Seamus--87.5
  • Entropy (magazine) (Gareth Evans, Ben Slater)--71.1, 71.6
  • Eriksson, Rebecca--71.1
  • Estill, Matthew--67.7
  • Etchells, Tim, 1962- --77.4
  • Evans, Ben--76.2, 76.7
  • Evans, Celia--82.1
  • Evans, Chris--87.5
  • Evans, Gareth--12.1-3, 20.3, 23.5, 27.6-7, 27.9, 41.9, 75.3, 78.1, 79.5, 80.5-6, 81.1-2
  • Evans, Graham--56.9
  • Evans, John--14.12
  • Evans, Miles--81.2
  • Evans, Paul--67.1, 81.5
  • Everall, Gavin--106.4
  • Everett, Katherine (Grafton Books)--68.1, 88.1
  • Ewen, Paul--81.1
  • Ewers, Juliet (Orion Books)--38.9, 71.6
  • Expression Printers (Stephen Schwarz, Tina Schwarz)--67.1, 67.3, 84.7
  • Eyre, Dave--69.4, 73.5
  • Faber & Faber Ltd Publishers--56.9, 84.9
  • Fabyc, Deej--79.5
  • Fain, Gloria (Carlyon Books)--67.7
  • Fallan, V. J.--72.5
  • Fallon, Lee--72.5
  • Farinati, Lucia--76.2
  • Farrell, Pat--84.9
  • Farthing, Stephen--69.4, 71.1, 72.5
  • Feaver, E. A.--76.7
  • Fenton, Edward--74.3
  • Ferguson, Colin C.--87.5
  • Ferguson, Rupert--76.2
  • Ferrand, William--84.8
  • Ferrer, Itamar--78.4
  • Ferrini, Henry--79.5
  • Fidler, Gillian--67.1
  • Fieber, Fiona--77.4
  • Field, Jean--74.3, 75.4, 76.2, 112.5
  • Field, Simon--71.6
  • Fienburgh, M.--87.5
  • Figgis, Allen--83.8
  • Finbow, Steven--67.7
  • Finch, Kevin M.--75.4
  • Finch, Peter, 1947- --76.2, 76.7, 78.1, 79.1, 81.4, 84.5-7
  • Finch, Vivienne--56.9, 84.5
  • Finch?, William--67.5
  • Fischer, Tibor, 1959- --20.4, 22.8, 71.1
  • Fisher, Allen, 1944- --2.8, 20.5, 22.12, 57.6, 66.6, 80.5, 88.5
  • Fisher, Roy--70.2
  • Fitzpatrick, Paul--73.5
  • Fleming, Amy--78.1
  • Fletcher, Jo--89.10
  • Fletcher, Martin (Simon & Schuster)--73.5
  • Fletcher, Tim--67.5
  • Florence, Peter--71.6
  • Flynn, Frank--81.4
  • Forbes, Janice--73.5, 91.9
  • Ford?, Matthew (Carcanet Press)--88.1
  • Forrest, Susanna (Dedalus Books)--79.5
  • Forshaw, Barry--68.4, 71.1, 72.5, 74.3, 79.3, 79.5
  • Fortenberry, Rie--68.6
  • Fourth Estate Ltd--56.9
  • Fox, Anna--80.5
  • Fox, Ken--76.7, 78.1
  • Foyle, Naomi--96.11
  • Frame, Pete--70.2
  • Francis, Matthew--73.5, 79.4, 89.13
  • Francis, Tamsin (“Tam”)--75.4
  • Frankel, Zygmunt--69.1
  • Franklin, Owen--87.5
  • Fraser, Clem (Oxford Film and Television)--79.5
  • Fraser, Peter--27.9, 81.2
  • Frazer, Tony--70.2, 74.3
  • Freeman, John (Blackweir Press)--79.1
  • Frewin, Anthony, 1947- --20.6, 22.5, 22.8, 22.12, 71.1, 71.6, 72.5, 73.5, 74.3, 78.4
  • Frost, Graham--78.1
  • Fusari, Luca--76.2
  • Fusco, Maria (Book Works)--75.4
  • Gadd, Eric--74.3
  • Galinou, Mireille--77.5
  • Gallehawk, Rachel--76.7
  • Gallenzi, Alessandro--78.2
  • Gallon, John L. (Ceolfrith Arts Sunderland Arts Centre)--67.2, 84.6
  • Galpin, Matthew Luck--78.4
  • Galvin, Jr., Patrick--66.6
  • Gann, Alexander--79.3
  • Gardner, John--84.1
  • Garfield, B.--87.5
  • Garrett, Louise--76.3
  • Gascoyne, David, 1916-2001--57.7
  • Gascoyne, Judy--57.7
  • Gasson, Clare--70.2
  • Gaster, Adrian (International Biographical Centre)--84.6
  • Gaston, Thomas J.--83.3
  • Gathercole, Simon--71.1, 71.6
  • Geall, Dave--57.7
  • Gebel, Hassan Suhrawardi--78.4
  • Gee, Grant--67.7, 68.2
  • Gee, Sue--70.2
  • Gentilman, Jon--67.7
  • George, Beth--71.6
  • George, J. A.--87.5
  • Gertler, Frances--79.4
  • Ghadiali, Ashish--77.5, 81.2
  • Ghebrezgiabiher, Jürgen--76.3, 76.7, 77.5, 78.2, 78.4, 80.4, 81.1-2
  • Ghundale, Pinky (Illuminations Films)--33.5, 41.11, 41.13, 43.8-9, 47.1, 58.9, 88.15, 91.11, 103.9
  • Giannuzzi, Gigi--81.2
  • Gibbins, M. J.--66.7
  • Gibbs, Michael--77.5
  • Gidal, Peter--84.10
  • Gilbert, Bruce--74.3, 78.4
  • Giles, Jane (Institute of Contemporary Arts)--75.4
  • Giles, Tony--69.4, 70.2
  • Gilhooly, Brenda--87.5
  • Gili, Jonathan--76.7
  • Gill, Stephen, 1971- --27.9, 47.15-16
  • Gillam, Sarah--78.4
  • Gilligan, Jack--89.2
  • Gilonis, Harry--79.3
  • Gingell, Christabel--74.3
  • Glasheen, Anne-Marie--73.1
  • Gliffaes Country House Hotel--15.5, 73.5
  • Gloss, Molly--74.3
  • Godfrey, S., Mrs.--87.5
  • Goldberg, David--87.5
  • Golding, Martin--67.1
  • Goldmark Gallery--68.6, 69.4, 73.3, 75.4, 76.3
  • Goldmark, Mike--22.8, 33.11, 34.2, 57.9, 80.6, 96.6
  • Goldmark, Sue--67.4-7, 68.2, 68.4, 70.2, 71.1, 71.6, 74.3. 75.4, 79.1, 79.5
  • Goldring, Susie--74.3
  • Goldsmith, Dido--42.15, 43.1
  • The Good Book Guide--73.5
  • Gooderson, Sarah (Pen & Inc Press)--80.5
  • Goodman, Henry (Royal National Theatre)--73.5
  • Goodrich, Luke--76.7
  • Goodson, Martin--78.2
  • Gordon, Andy--21.16
  • Gordon, C. L.--68.2
  • Gordon, Joy E.--69.4, 77.5, 78.2
  • Gordon, Leah--77.5
  • Gore, Mozella--71.6
  • Görtschacher, Wolfgang--12.2, 76.3
  • Gotham Book Mart & Gallery--84.8
  • Gould, John--84.9
  • Graham, Leslie--73.1
  • Graham, Ranald--20.7, 81.1-2
  • Graham, Rigby, 1931- --67.4
  • Graham, Thomas W.--74.3
  • Grant, Ian--78.2
  • Grant, Michael--84.5
  • Grant, Richard--79.1, 84.9
  • Granta Books (Sajidah Ahmad, Fatema Ahmed, Neil Belton, Lexy Bloom, Louise Campbell, Frances Coady, Becky Hardie, Sara Holloway, David Hooper, Ian Jack, Rebecca Linsley, Gail Lynch, Claire Paterson, Richard Rayner, Louisa Renton, Angela Rose, Will Salmon, Shona Sutherland, Joanna Weinberg, Sarah _____)--17.3, 18.6, 58.1, 67.5, 70.2, 71.1, 71.6, 73.1, 73.5, 81.1, 90.4
  • Granville, Lucy--77.5
  • Graves, Richard Perceval (The Powys Society)--75.4
  • Gray, John--76.7
  • Gray, Mike--12.1
  • Gray, Paul--6.2
  • Greans, Tony--67.1
  • Greater London Arts Association (Laurence Baylis, David Pratley)--66.7, 67.1
  • Grech, Joe--82.1
  • Green, David--80.4
  • Green, J.--84.5-6
  • Green, J. C. R. (Birmingham Poetry Centre)--84.6
  • Green, Paul A. (Paul Andrew)--15.8, 38.11, 58.2, 81.2
  • Green, Paul, 1947- --57.7, 84.10
  • Green, Robert--73.1
  • Greenbert, Simon--73.1
  • Greenwood, Ian--87.5
  • Greger, Mary--79.1
  • Gregory-Guider, Chris--75.4, 77.5
  • Grenville Clark, Richard--73.1
  • Greysmith, David--74.3
  • Griffin, Roger J.--75.4
  • Griffiths, Auri--67.2, 81.5
  • Griffiths, Bill, 1948-2007--2.11, 20.8, 57.7, 88.6, 98.1
  • Griffiths, Keith--41.9, 43.2, 70.2, 71.6, 73.1, 81.1
  • Griffiths, Michael--82.5
  • Griffiths, Neil--87.5
  • Griffiths, Stephen--80.6
  • Griffiths, Steve--85.1
  • Grimes, Oona--14.1, 78.4, 79.5, 81.1-3
  • Grocke, Margaret--6.1
  • Groes, Sebastian--27.8, 78.2, 78.4, 80.4, 80.6, 81.1-2
  • Grogan, Melissa (Optic Nerve)--93.1
  • Gronberg, Tag--76.3
  • Groom, Nick--73.1, 79.5
  • Gross, Miriam (The Sunday Telegraph)--74.3
  • Grossman, Loyd--76.7
  • Gruttola, Raffael de (Cordillera Press)--67.1
  • The Guardian (Lisa Allardice, Claire Armitstead, Mike Herd, Ginny Hooker, Matt Seaton, Bill Webb, Andrew _____)--44.7, 54.17-18, 57.7, 80.4-6
  • Guedalla, Roger--66.7, 84.6
  • Guest, Chris--66.6
  • Gunter, Michelle?--87.5
  • Guttridge, Peter--75.4
  • H_____?, Anne--79.5
  • H_____?, Ashley--81.4
  • H_____?, David (Morgane Production)--79.5
  • Haberkamm, Helmut--88.1
  • Hadman, Carol--76.3
  • Hadman, Joan--83.7
  • Hagen, Nina--81.4
  • Haglund, Magnus--80.5
  • Haldar, Piyel--69.5
  • Hale, John R.--73.1, 73.5, 76.3
  • Hales, Sally--76.3
  • Hall, Angela--81.2
  • Hall, Chris--84.6
  • Hall, Greg--78.4
  • Hall, John (Dartington Arts Society)--58.3
  • Hall, Peter (Shadow Arts Council)--73.1
  • Halligan, Benjamin--72.1, 73.1
  • Halligan, Seán--73.1
  • Halsey, Alan--2.12, 58.3
  • Hamilton, Faye (Blast! Films)--81.2
  • Hamilton, Godfrey--87.5
  • Hamilton, Sheita?--87.5
  • Hamilton, Stuart--78.2, 80.5
  • Hamilton-Smith, Tim--82.1
  • Hammond, Paul--68.4, 84.6
  • Hampson, Derek--67.6
  • Hampson, Robert--73.1, 84.6
  • Hancock, R.--87.5
  • Hanks, Rachel--72.1
  • Hannabuss, Stuart--87.5
  • Hannah, Duncan--75.4
  • Hannon, John (“J. S.”)--14.12, 15.2, 41.10, 71.1, 73.5, 75.4
  • Hans, Patsy--94.1
  • Hanson, Steve--73.1, 75.4
  • Harbison, Robert--71.1
  • Harding, Anna (Goldsmiths University of London)--72.1, 76.3
  • Harding, Cory--84.6
  • Hardy, Geoff--81.4-5
  • Hardy, Terry--75.4
  • Harle, John--58.3
  • Harlin, Margaret--17.3, 73.5
  • Harper, Clifford--73.1
  • HarperCollins (Firm) (Pam Brogan, Michael Brozicevic, Mike Cheyne, Philippa Codd, Debbie Collings, James Holden, Jane Johnson, 1960- , Mandy Kirkby, Jonathan Lloyd, Rebecca Lloyd, Jane Middleton, Ian Paten, Stuart Proffitt)--58.4, 68.1-2, 68.4-5, 87.6-7, 88.1-4, 91.4
  • Harries, Sue--67.1
  • Harris, Colin--69.1, 89.9
  • Harris, Ella (Cambridge University Press)--71.1
  • Harris, Oliver--80.5
  • Harris, Sonia--69.5
  • Harrison, Brian--73.5
  • Harrison, Jessica--105.6
  • Harrison, John--87.5
  • Harrow, Kenneth W.--75.4
  • Hart, Christopher--75.4
  • Hart, David (West Midlands Arts)--88.1
  • Hart, David (Wood Wind Publications)--68.2
  • Hart, John--72.1, 75.4
  • Harvard University. Library (William A. Bourque)--84.8
  • Harvey, John (Mexicon 6)--69.1
  • Harvey, John (Slow Dancer Press)--73.1
  • Harwood, Lee--2.13, 20.9, 22.12, 58.5
  • Harwood, Stephen--68.6, 69.1, 69.5, 70.3, 75.4, 76.3, 77.1, 77.5
  • Haslam, Michael, 1947- --2.14, 58.6
  • Haston, P. W.--67.2
  • Hawes, Ela--80.5, 81.3
  • Hawes, Hugh--77.1
  • Hawkins, Lynne--74.3
  • Hawkins, Ralph--68.4, 69.1
  • Hawkins, Stephanie (James Bennett Booksellers)--84.6
  • Haworth, Vanessa--88.10
  • Hay, Alan--70.3
  • Hay, George--67.3, 84.6
  • Hayday, Alan--4.2
  • Haynes, Cathy--72.1
  • Hayward, Stephen (Serif)--68.6, 95.1
  • Haywood, Brenda (Telegraph Group Limited)--74.3
  • Healey, R. M., 1952- --72.1
  • Healy, Dermot?--82.1
  • Healy, John--69.1
  • Heath, Rachel (Macmillan (Picador))--1.8, 69.5, 70.3
  • Heathfield, Adrian--73.5
  • Hedgecock, Andrew--69.5, 70.3, 71.1, 72.1, 75.4, 88.9
  • Heller, Jill--75.4
  • Hellyer, Jeff--71.1
  • Hemensley, Bernard--84.6
  • Heriot, Martin S.--95.10
  • Hershberg, Sorrel (Victoria and Albert Museum)--74.3
  • Hervé, Jérôme--75.4
  • Herz, Rudolf--74.3
  • Hessayon, Ariel--81.2
  • Hewison, Robert--67.6
  • Hewitt, Mark--77.1
  • Heyman, Peter--82.6
  • Hicks, Simon (Seren Books)--48.13, 81.1
  • High Risk (magazine) (Amy Scholder, Ira Silverberg)--68.4
  • Highbury Press--84.8
  • Hill, Derek--44.4
  • Hill, Nikki--67.7
  • Hills, Charles A. R.--88.2
  • Hills, David--72.2, 73.1
  • Hind, Dan--79.5
  • Hindley, Jane--78.2
  • Hinton, Brian, 1950- --14.12, 15.5, 41.10, 42.3, 68.2, 69.1, 71.1, 72.2, 75.4, 78.4, 79.3, 86.7, 112.4
  • Hiorns, Sara--76.3, 77.1, 78.6
  • Hjelmgaard, Lynne--73.1
  • Hobbs, J. V., Mrs.--84.5
  • Hobsbaum, Angela--81.4
  • Hodgkiss, Peter (Poetry Information; Galloping Dog Press)--58.7, 80.5, 84.5-6
  • Hodgson, John (The Powys Society)--78.2
  • Hodson, Dave--89.9
  • Hoepffner, Bernard--74.3
  • Hoff, U.--84.6
  • Hoffer, William, 1944-1997--41.2, 67.4-5
  • Hoffman, Matt (Time Out Magazine)--84.6
  • Holbrook, David, 1923-2011--67.5-6
  • Holden, Robert--87.5
  • Holding, Edith--68.2
  • Hollick, Lady--75.4
  • Holman, Paul--68.2
  • Holmes, David--67.6, 88.3
  • Holmes, Louise--74.3
  • Holmes, Richard--84.5
  • Homan, Billie--69.5
  • Home, Stewart, 1962- --2.15, 12.5, 20.10, 22.5, 22.8, 70.3, 71.1, 72.2, 73.1, 74.3, 75.4, 77.5, 79.4, 80.5, 98.8
  • Homer, D. J.--84.5
  • Hood, Lucy--75.4, 76.3
  • Hool, Ric--73.5
  • Hoopkins, Luke--87.5
  • Hoot, David--87.5
  • Hopgood, David--69.5, 72.2
  • Hopkins, Jill--87.5
  • Hopper, Harry--58.10
  • Horne, Alastair--8.5
  • Horovitz, Michael, 1935- --22.2, 22.7, 58.8, 68.4, 81.3, 84.10
  • Horsfall, Craig--72.2, 73.1
  • Horspool, David--72.2
  • Houen, Alex--72.2
  • House, Arthur (Mays (magazine))--80.4
  • Hover, David--77.5
  • Howard, Ann--87.5
  • Howard, Ken (Landseer Films)--71.1, 78.2
  • Howard, Mark--73.5
  • Howard, Mavis--87.5
  • Howard, Paul--50.14, 71.1, 72.2, 74.3, 78.4
  • Howard, Robert--72.2
  • Howarth, Simon--41.9
  • Howarth, Sophie--74.3
  • Howe, R.--87.5
  • Howlett, Felicity--76.3
  • Hrebeniak, Michael--80.6
  • Hudson, Alan--87.5
  • Hudson, John--67.7, 68.2, 68.4, 68.6, 69.1, 70.3, 73.1, 79.3
  • Hudson, P. A.--87.5
  • Huggett, Colin--66.7, 70.3
  • Hughes, Crispin--73.5
  • Hughes, David--67.6
  • Hughes, Glyn--73.5
  • Hughes, Kate (London Film School)--80.5
  • Hughes, Michael--66.6
  • Hughes, Olwyn--84.9
  • Hulme, J., Miss--85.1
  • Hume, David--74.4
  • Humphreys, Richard, 1953- --17.9, 20.11, 69.1, 71.1, 72.2, 79.3
  • Hunt, Chris--68.6
  • Hunt, Ian--67.7, 68.2, 69.1, 71.1, 99.4
  • Hunter, Vincent--87.5
  • Hurst, Rebecca (Whitechapel Art Gallery)--73.1
  • Hutcheon, Joe--72.2
  • Huttel, Benedikt--70.3
  • Hutton, Andrew--74.4
  • Hyman, Timothy--12.1, 77.1
  • Iguchi, Tomomi--77.1
  • Iles, Chrissie (Museum of Modern Art Oxford)--68.4
  • Illuminations Films (Pinky Ghundale)--58.9
  • Imrie, Malcolm--79.2
  • Inch, Peter--76.3
  • The Independent (magazine) (Sophia Chauchard-Stuart, Susan Feldman, Jenny Turner(?), John Walsh, Natasha Walter, Robert Winder, Lucasta _____)--58.3
  • Ingham, Charles--66.7, 67.1
  • Inner London Education Authority--67.2
  • Innes, John--72.2
  • Ireland, John--87.5
  • Irvine, Ian--76.3
  • Izhar, Siraj--69.5
  • J. Whitaker & Sons, Ltd.--66.6
  • Jackowska, Nicki, Mrs.--85.1
  • Jackson, Kevin, 1955- --22.4, 71.2, 74.4, 75.4, 76.3, 77.1, 77.5, 78.4, 81.1, 81.3
  • Jackson, Tony--67.7
  • Jacobi, Steve--72.2
  • Jacobs, Sarah--71.2, 72.2, 73.1, 74.4, 76.3, 77.1
  • Jaffa, Naomi (The Poetry Trust)--50.4
  • Jakubowski, Maxim--68.2, 68.4, 71.2, 74.4
  • James, David--67.1
  • James, Hayley--80.6
  • James, John--2.16, 58.3, 88.2
  • Jardine, Rachel--76.3
  • Jarrett, Lucinda--77.1
  • Jarvis, Bob--71.2
  • Jay, Peter, 1945- --83.8, 84.6
  • Jaye, Carol--73.5
  • Jaymes, David--70.3
  • Jeane, Maryon--79.1
  • Jeffers, Alison--87.5
  • Jefferson, Sean--72.2
  • Jenkins, Alan, 1955- --67.8, 68.2, 68.4
  • Jenkins, Nigel--68.4, 87.5
  • Jenks, Chris--29.1, 70.3, 71.2, 73.5, 76.3, 78.4, 99.7
  • Johnson, B. S. (Bryan Stanley), 1933-1973--58.10, 83.8
  • Johnson, Ian--79.1
  • Johnson, Leon Bernard--73.5
  • Johnson, Mike--111.5
  • Johnson, Nicholas--1.9, 2.17, 11.3-4, 13.7, 38.3, 59.1, 80.4-5, 81.1-3
  • Johnstone, Paul (Cambridge Poetry Festival)--67.2, 84.6, 88.13
  • Jonathan Cape (Firm) (Neil Belton, Pascal Cariss, Nicky Eaton, Dan Franklin, James Lasdin?, Tom Maschler, Lesley Nolan, Nicholas Pearson, Rosalind Porter, Gaye Poulton, Robin Robertson, Will Sulkin, Ed Victor)--22.7, 57.8, 58.3, 69.1, 70.4, 88.1-2
  • Jones, D. Robert--68.7
  • Jones, Denise--78.4
  • Jones, Denise (Eastside Books)--69.1, 77.1
  • Jones, Gavin--68.4, 68.7
  • Jones, Graeme--70.3
  • Jones, Griff Rhys--74.4, 75.4, 77.1
  • Jones, John Idris--66.6
  • Jones, Jonathan--69.1
  • Jones, Russell Celyn--68.7
  • Jones, Stephen--74.4, 77.5, 89.10
  • Jones?, Margaret--83.7
  • Jope, Norman--58.3
  • Jopling, Jay--76.3, 77.5
  • Jordan, Andrew--71.2
  • Jorgensen, Janice--69.1
  • Joris, Pierre--79.1, 84.10
  • Joseph, Geoffrey A.--44.4
  • Joyce, Graham--72.2, 73.1
  • Jungnickel, Katrina--76.3
  • K_____, Richard--84.6
  • K_____, Robin--72.2
  • Kagan, Erol--13.1
  • Kahn, Paul--67.1
  • Kahn, Richard--66.6
  • Kalfala, Laurent--75.4
  • Kaplan, Jo Ann--68.4, 68.7
  • Kavanagh, Kate (The Powys Society)--75.4
  • Kay, Rose--86.7, 87.4, 72.2
  • Kaye-Smith, Sean--75.4, 77.5, 80.6, 81.1
  • Kearney, Patrick--84.6
  • Keen, D. L.--69.5
  • Keiller, Patrick--20.12, 22.5, 22.12, 59.2, 80.6
  • Keith, Michael--69.2, 70.3
  • Kelly, Andrew--80.4
  • Kelly, Bernard J.--66.7, 79.1
  • Kelly, Fergus--81.1
  • Kelly, Garry--99.9
  • Kelly, Michael--67.1
  • Kelly, Peter (Blueprint (magazine))--81.3
  • Kelly, Peter L.--72.2
  • Kelly, Robert--59.2
  • Kelly, Stuart B.--72.2
  • Kelly, Terry--71.2
  • Kendall, David--73.5
  • Kendall-Carpenter, Tim--74.4
  • Kennedy, Helen--48.8
  • Kennedy, Laurence--87.5
  • Kent, Alexandra (Prion Books)--73.5, 95.13
  • Kerr, Rachael--73.1
  • Kilgour, Richard--69.5
  • Kimberley, Nick (Compendium Books)--59.2, 84.5
  • Kincaid, Paul--68.2
  • King, John--78.4, 81.2
  • King, Robert (CWM NEDD Press)--67.1, 79.1, 84.5-6
  • Kingsley, David--72.2
  • Kingsley, Samantha (Hart Ryan Productions)--72.2
  • Kinsella, John--70.3
  • Kirkup, James, 1918-2009--59.2
  • Klinkert, Martin--80.5
  • Klinkert, Robert--59.3-4
  • Knatchbull?, Bridget--82.1
  • Knight, Dave--76.3
  • Knight, Denis--87.5
  • Kobek, Jarett--80.5
  • Kociejowski, Marius--20.13, 22.12, 59.2, 81.2, 84.10
  • Korn, Eric--73.1
  • Kornmeier, Uta--81.2
  • Kötting, Andrew--20.14, 27.9, 73.1, 76.3, 77.1
  • Kowarsky, Damon--76.3
  • Kridakara, Sartit--82.1
  • Kunzru, Hari, 1969- --12.3
  • Küsters, Christian--71.2
  • Kustow, Michael--43.13
  • Labanyi, Jo--75.5
  • Lacey, Bruce--59.5
  • Lafond, Susanna--41.9
  • Lagerstedt, Elisabeth--76.4
  • Laing, Alastair (Pulp Books)--96.9
  • Lake, Grace--2.18
  • Lake, Steve--84.10
  • Lakie?, John A.--87.5
  • Lakoney?, H.--74.5
  • Lampert, Catherine (Whitechapel Art Gallery)--70.3, 72.3, 73.2
  • Landesman, Cosmo (The Modern Review)--68.7
  • Langeskov, Philip--105.6
  • Larrissy, Edward--77.5, 80.4
  • Laster, Jeff--41.9
  • Lathrop, Rusty?--82.1
  • Laurence, Alastair (Shearman Productions)--73.2
  • Laurissy, Jocelyn--81.5
  • Lavelle, M. D., Mr.--87.5
  • Law, W. J.--67.8, 79.3
  • Lawson, Philip--50.13, 75.5
  • Lay, Loretta--69.2, 69.5, 71.2
  • Layzell, Richard--77.1
  • Le Count, Peter--84.6
  • Le Fanu, Mark--75.5
  • Ledger, Cat--72.3
  • Lefanu, Sarah--68.2
  • Lefebvre, Alex--66.6
  • Leigh, Nigel--71.2
  • Leigh, W.--67.1
  • Leitch, Douglas--72.3
  • Lely, John--73.5, 74.5, 75.5
  • Leming, Warren--69.5
  • Lerner, Michael--76.4
  • Leslie, Esther--73.5
  • Lester, Paul--69.5, 74.5, 75.5
  • Levin, Gabriel--68.2
  • Levy, Amanda (Carcanet Press)--88.1
  • Levy, Deborah--71.2, 72.3
  • Lewis, Bernie--73.5
  • Lewis, Caroline--85.1
  • Lewis, Emma--87.5
  • Lewis, Fiona Lloyd (Welsh Arts Council)--65.4, 66.6, 84.5
  • Lewis, Jim--12.2
  • Lewis, Matthew--77.1
  • Li, Tracey (ZCZ Films)--76.4
  • Lichtenstein, Rachel, 1969- --13.7, 12.2, 20.15, 22.12, 27.9, 36.4, 36.7, 36.11, 69.5, 73.2, 76.4, 77.1, 77.5, 78.4, 80.6, 81.1-2, 99.12
  • Liddy, Trea--69.2, 69.5
  • Light, John--68.4
  • Lilley, Ashley--73.5
  • Lillington, David--69.5, 72.3
  • Lincoln, Henry--93.8
  • Lingwood, James (Artangel)--17.12, 69.4
  • Lion Television Scotland (Robert Dawson Scott, Richard Shaw)--76.4
  • Litvinoff, Adrian--77.1
  • Lively, Adam--77.1
  • Loader, Sarah (The Folio Society)--47.13
  • Loehr, Julie L. (Michigan State University Press)--73.6, 105.2
  • Lomas, Peter--87.5
  • Lomax, Cathy--79.5
  • Lommertzen, Joop--80.5
  • London Arts Board (Purba Choudhury, Lavinia Greenlaw, John Hampson)--68.7, 69.2, 69.5
  • London International Festival of Theatre (Lucy Burns, Siân Ede, Rose Fenton, Angela McSherry, Lucy Neal, Theresa Von Wuthenau)--75.1, 76.4, 77.1
  • The London Magazine (Sebastian Barker)--59.5
  • London News Network (Geoff Dunlop, Kate Ereira, Amy Gelber)--73.2
  • London Poetry Secretariat--84.7
  • London Post Office--83.3
  • London Review of Books (Susannah Clapp, James Fletcher, Katharine Fletcher, James Francken, Jessamy Harvey, Paul Laity, Jean McNicol, Robert Owens, Daniel Soar, Nicholas Spice, Mary-Kay Williams)--44.6, 59.6, 67.8, 68.1, 80.5, 81.2, 91.5
  • London Word Festival--78.6
  • Longrigg, Laura--73.2
  • Longville, Tim (Grosseteste Press)--59.5
  • Loose, Julian (Faber and Faber)--103.11
  • Lopez, Tony, 1950- --1.9, 2.19, 67.2, 67.5, 68.7, 69.2, 70.3
  • Lord, Frances--77.5
  • Louit, Robert--81.2
  • Lovell, Vivien--75.5
  • Lovelock, Yann--84.6
  • Lowder, Christopher--59.5, 84.10
  • Lowe, Robert--87.5
  • Lowen, Tony--71.2
  • Lowenstein, Tom--72.3, 100.5
  • Lowes, Catherine--59.5, 60.2
  • Lowes, Tony, 1944- --59.7, 60.1-4, 84.5, 100.9
  • Loydell, Rupert--73.2
  • Lubbock, Jules--68.2
  • Lucas, Martin (Maestro Video Productions)--73.2, 73.6
  • Lucas, Sally--66.7
  • Lucie-Smith, Edward--59.5
  • Lund, James--87.5
  • Lykiard, Alexis, 1940- --20.16, 22.12, 73.2, 73.6, 74.5, 75.5, 76.4, 80.6, 81.2
  • Lyons, John--84.6
  • M_____?, Jeffrey?--66.6
  • MacDonald, Claire (Cambridge Darkroom)--68.2, 69.5
  • MacFarlane, Jackie--74.5
  • MacGregor-Hastie, Roy--67.7-8
  • Mackean, Ian--71.2
  • Mackenzie, Michael--84.5
  • MacKillop, I. D. (Ian Duncan)--71.2, 74.5
  • Mackintosh, Malcolm--69.2
  • MacLean, Gerald--76.4
  • MacLean, Kathryn--64.1
  • Macmillan Press (Charmian Hearne)--69.2
  • MacSweeney, Barry--2.20, 60.5, 88.8
  • Maddox, Adrian--71.2, 73.6
  • Madsen, Jørgen--100.10
  • Mahon, Alice--75.5
  • Maillard, Phil--60.5, 65.5, 81.4
  • Main, Francesca--25.4, 27.6, 78.2, 79.5, 80.5, 81.1
  • Maisey, Hilde--87.5
  • Major, Carl--72.3
  • Makin, Richard--3.1, 17.11, 69.2, 69.5, 70.3, 71.2, 73.6, 74.5, 75.5, 77.2, 77.5, 78.2, 79.5, 81.1, 101.1-2
  • Mallorie, Marion--67.2
  • Malyckyj, Anna (Artangel)--69.5
  • Mangham, Alan--72.3
  • Manley, Simon--68.7, 69.2, 84.6
  • Mann, Emily--80.4
  • Mann, Tony--71.2
  • Manning, Hugo--60.5
  • Manning, Ralph (The Ashburton Centre)--73.6
  • Mantock, M., Mrs.--84.9
  • Marcel, R.--69.2
  • March-Russell, Paul--78.6
  • Marcus, Tony--76.4
  • Marek, Stephen--84.8
  • Markham, E. A.--68.7
  • Marks, John--68.5, 68.7, 69.2, 69.5, 70.3, 71.2, 73.2, 82.7, 84.6, 101.3
  • Marlow, Tim--70.3
  • Marmot, André--79.5
  • Marmot, Janine--42.3, 68.5, 88.3
  • Marne?, Elizabeth--68.2
  • Marsh, A. S.--67.2
  • Marshall, Marylyn--91.9
  • Marshall, Polly--70.3, 71.2, 73.2, 74.5
  • Marshall, Rebecca--78.5, 81.1, 81.3
  • Marshall, Richard--80.5
  • Martin, A.--87.5
  • Martin, Douglas (Douglas Martin Associates)--56.9, osb 1, osb 4
  • Martin, Fran--82.7
  • Martin, Michael--87.5
  • Mason, Barry--67.8, 69.2
  • Mason, Judith--84.6
  • Mason, Peter--76.4
  • Matthews, Paul--85.1
  • Maughan, Karl--74.5, 75.5
  • Maurizi, Marco--77.2
  • Mawle, Alison (Dulwich Picture Gallery)--71.2
  • Maylone, R. Russell--84.8
  • Mays, J. C. C.--84.6
  • MBA Literary Agents (Gil McNeil, Ruth Needham, John Richard Parker, Susan Smith, Timothy Webb)--60.6
  • Mc_____?, Gillian (The Colosseum Project)--72.3
  • McBride, Dick--84.9
  • McCarthy, Stephen--73.6, 74.5, 75.5, 76.4, 77.2, 78.2
  • McCauley, T. J.--67.1, 84.6
  • McClure, Michael--1.3, 27.9, 78.2
  • McCracken, Richard--87.5
  • McCredie, Gillian--73.2
  • McCreesh, Paul--73.6
  • McCrum, Robert--78.2, 78.5
  • McDowell, Nick (Arts Council England)--76.4
  • McElwain, Ross--78.5, 81.3
  • McErlean, Greg--74.5
  • McEvoy, Emma--74.5
  • McFadyen, Jock--44.15, 75.5, 79.4
  • McGreal, Jill (Canada House)--84.10
  • McKay, Gordon--82.7
  • McKay, John--84.9
  • McKe_____?, Anne (University of Edinburgh)--68.5
  • McKean, Dave--38.9, 77.5, 81.3
  • McKelvie, Ian--66.6, 84.10
  • Mckeown, Adam (Intimacy (magazine))--69.2
  • McKernan, Maggie--72.3
  • McLachlan, Alastair--72.3
  • McLeer, Brigid--71.2
  • McManus, John--77.5
  • McMillan, Jeff--75.5
  • McNally, Paul--69.2
  • McNamara, Katherine (Archipelago (magazine))--73.6
  • McSherry, Angela--74.5
  • McSweeney, Phil--74.5
  • Meachen, Clive--71.2
  • Meacher, Colette--77.5, 80.5
  • Meades, Jonathan--20.17, 22.12, 27.1, 27.9, 80.6
  • Medway, Pete--77.2
  • Meecham, Charlie--76.4
  • Mellor, David Alan--78.2
  • Mellors, Anthony--67.5-6, 67.8, 68.2, 78.2, 79.5, 88.3
  • The Members of Otto--67.1
  • Menard Press--73.2
  • Mengham, Rod, 1953- --2.21, 22.8, 60.5, 81.1
  • Merchant, Hoshang--84.6
  • Messo, George--68.5
  • Metcalfe, David--77.2
  • Meuli, Jonathan--72.3
  • Middlehurst, Rob--73.6
  • Midland Bank Limited--85.2
  • Miéville, China--72.3, 74.5, 77.2
  • Mighall, Robert--74.5, 75.5
  • Mikolowski, Molly (Coffee House Press)--80.5
  • Miles, Barry, 1943- --57.8, 67.6, 67.8, 68.2, 69.2, 71.2, 74.5
  • Millar, Jeremy--81.2
  • Millar, Victoria--74.5
  • Miller, Daniel--79.3
  • Miller, David--84.5-6
  • Miller, Sally Ann--76.4
  • Miller, Shirley--71.2
  • Millidge, Gary Spencer--76.4
  • Millman, Maggie--68.5
  • Mills, Billy--81.5
  • Mills, Carole--78.2
  • Mills, Christopher--67.6
  • Mills, Stuart--61.1
  • Milne, Drew--2.22, 61.1
  • Milne, Gordon--69.2
  • Milne, M. E.--87.5
  • Milne, Stewart--67.2
  • Milne, Will--70.3
  • Milton, Chris--67.8, 68.2
  • Minshull, Duncan--72.3, 73.2
  • Mitchell, Juliette--10.5, 22.2, 22.8, 27.1-2, 75.5, 76.4, 77.2, 80.4, 81.2-3
  • Mitchell, Paige--80.4
  • Mitchell, Tim--76.4
  • Mitton, Charlie--15.3, 15.8, 41.10, 69.5, 71.2, 72.3, 74.5, 76.4, 78.2
  • Modern Painters (magazine) (Tara Richards, Karen Wright)--74.6
  • Mole, Bob--73.6
  • Mollica, Mimi--81.3
  • Molloy, David--74.6
  • Moloney, Clare--73.6
  • Monk, Geraldine, 1952- --2.23, 67.6, 67.8, 88.1
  • Montagu, Nicholas--82.7
  • Monteiro de Barros, Leonie (“Leslie”)--70.3
  • Mooney, Stephen--77.2
  • Moorcock, Michael, 1939- --20.18, 22.8, 23.2, 25.4, 27.1, 27.9, 61.2-5, 62.1-5, 63.1-6, 80.5-6, 81.1-3, 101.7
  • Moore, Alan, 1953- --21.1, 22.8, 61.1, 89.7
  • Moore, Annabel--74.6
  • Moore, Dave--61.1, 67.5, 88.2
  • Moore, Nicholas, 1918-1986--61.1
  • Moore, Rosemary--77.5
  • Moore, Rowan--78.2
  • Moore-Gilbert, B. J.--79.3
  • Moorhouse, Hartley--71.2
  • Moran, Naomi (Rykomusic)--74.6, 75.5
  • Morgan, Bill--77.2
  • Morgan, Edwin--61.1, 87.5
  • Morgan, Robert--85.1
  • Morgan, Ruth J.--74.6
  • Morgan, Wiebke--75.5
  • Morhaim, Howard--72.3
  • Morley, David--72.3
  • Morris, Andy (British GQ)--54.18
  • Morris, Caroline--79.4
  • Morris, Rod--77.5
  • Morrison, Blake--61.1
  • Morsman, Phil--67.5
  • Mortimer, Neil (3rd Stone (magazine))--75.5
  • Morton, James--67.8
  • Moser, Edna--77.2
  • Mothersson, Keith--87.5
  • Motion, Andrew--50.13, 68.5, 75.5
  • Mottram, Eric--63.7
  • Muckle, John--68.2, 68.7, 75.5, 76.4, 87.6, 102.1
  • Muir, Robin--69.5
  • Muldoon, Roland--73.2, 75.5
  • Mulholland, Drew--77.2
  • Mullen, Enda (Landseer Productions)--79.5
  • Mullins, Charlotte--70.3
  • Mumby, Alan--70.3, 71.2
  • Munton, Alan--69.5
  • Murray, Alex--12.3
  • Murray, David Blackwood--77.2
  • Murray, Fergus--87.5
  • Murray, John--74.6, 76.4
  • Musgrave, Lucy--72.3
  • Myers, Gerald--66.6, 84.5
  • N_____, Kevin?--84.6
  • N_____?, Jeff--84.6
  • Nakamura, Joyce--69.2, 69.5
  • Nangle, Julian--79.1
  • Nathan, Ben--78.6
  • National Poetry Secretariat U.K.--84.7
  • Nations, Opal L.--63.8
  • Neal, Michael--67.5
  • Needham, Alex--41.9
  • New Worlds (magazine)--63.8
  • Newbery, Trisha--71.2
  • Newland, Paul--75.6
  • Newman, Jon--73.2
  • Nicholls, Peter--69.2, 69.5
  • Nicholson, Geoff--71.2, 76.5, 81.2
  • Nicholson, Katy--1.8
  • Nightingale, Gemma (Tate Britain)--76.5
  • Noble, Aaron--77.6
  • Nolan, Frederick--87.5
  • Nomland, John B.--84.8
  • Norfolk, Lawrence--71.1
  • Norman, Nils--80.6, 81.3
  • Norrie, Kirsten, 1977- --27.9, 81.2
  • Northam, J.R.--83.9
  • Northampton Public Library--84.8
  • Norton, James--80.6
  • Notley, Alice--74.6
  • Noyce, Julian--87.5
  • Nuttall, Jeff--67.6
  • Nye, Robert--67.4
  • Oakley, Chris--41.9, 81.1, 81.3
  • O’Brien, Margaret (The British Museum)--76.5
  • O’Connor, Rebecca (Telegram Books)--81.3
  • O’Donoghue, John--77.6
  • O’Grady, Timothy E. (Transatlantic Review)--66.7
  • O’Hara, Larry (Notes from the Borderland)--71.2, 72.3
  • O’Keeffe, Sean--87.5
  • Okell, Gemma--88.11
  • Olaosebikan, Comfort--78.5
  • Oleander Books--87.5
  • Oliver, Colin--85.1
  • Oliver, Douglas--2.24, 64.1, 88.2, 103.1
  • Oliver, James--73.6
  • Oliver, Tim--87.5
  • Onley, John--87.5
  • Oosman, Aalia--80.5
  • Oram, Neil--3.1
  • O’Reilly, E. M.--87.5
  • Orme, S.--67.1
  • Orr, Gilly (BBC Radio 4)--50.3
  • Ország-Land, Thomas, 1938- --67.8
  • Osborne, Charles (The Arts Council of Great Britain)--66.7, 67.1, 84.6
  • O’Shea, Tim--74.6
  • O’Sullivan, Maggie, 1951- --2.25, 68.5, 70.3
  • Oswald, Ann (BBC Cymru Wales)--72.3
  • Ott, Gil (Singing Horse Press)--67.3
  • Overbury, Steve--78.5
  • Page, Victoria (Scroope (Cambridge Architectural Journal))--73.6
  • Paleologou, Effie--71.2, 79.4
  • Palliser, Charles--80.4
  • Palmer, Judith--77.2
  • Palmer, Neil--8.9
  • Palmer, Robert--43.1
  • Panos, David--72.3
  • Papadimitriou, Nick--21.3, 22.8, 78.5, 80.6, 81.1-2, 103.4
  • Parham, John--73.6
  • Parker, John Richard (MBA Literary Agents)--27.1, 34.3, 60.6, 67.7, 68.7, 69.6, 80.4-5, 81.2-3, 87.6-7, 90.5-6, 91.6-8
  • Parker, Jonathan--69.2, 70.3
  • Parker, Mary G.--76.5, 77.2
  • Parker, R.--84.6
  • Parkinson, C. L., Mrs.--91.10
  • Parry, David--80.5
  • Parry, Steve--79.5
  • Patel, Mohini--12.3
  • Patterson, Christina (The South Bank Centre, The Poetry Society)--69.2, 74.6
  • Patterson, Gillian--84.10
  • Patterson, Ian--2.27, 67.3, 69.2, 79.5
  • Patterson, Nicholas (On the Make (magazine))--70.3
  • Pawle, Ivan--82.7
  • Payne, Frances (Foxtons (Firm))--12.2
  • Payne, Tom--71.2
  • Pearce, Jenny--77.2
  • Pearson, Rachel (Electric Palace)--78.5
  • Peddle, R. (The Trevelyan Scholarships)--49.4
  • Pegg, Clancy--73.2, 73.6
  • Peltz, Lucy (Museum of London)--73.2
  • Penguin (Firm) (Laura Barber, Madeleine Collinge, Richard Grossman, Anna Kelly, Ruth Killick, Tony Lacey, Francesca Main, Elisabeth Merriman, Imelda Messenger, Sue Miles, Jennifer Munka, Donna Poppy, Anna Ridley, Caroline Sanderson, Fenella Smith, Katherine Stroud, David Watson, Tom Weldon, unidentified)--7.6, 26.7, 27.6-7, 27.9, 32.6, 34.4, 47.11, 54.18, 63.8, 69.5, 70.3, 72.4, 73.6, 75.5, 77.6, 79.5, 80.6, 81.2
  • Penguin Group (Margaret Bluman, Colin Brush, Sarah Coward, Alex Elam, Rosie Glaisher, Debbie Hatfield, Anwen Hooson, Emma Horton, Annalena McAfee, Stefan McGrath, Beatrix McIntyre)--10.5, 22.2, 22.8, 25.4, 26.7, 27.1-2, 27.6, 44.13, 47.11, 80.5, 81.2, 93.12, 96.12, 97.2
  • Penn, Tom--81.2
  • Penney, Bridget (Invisible Books)--70.3, 71.2
  • Pennington, Jim--67.4, 68.2, 68.5, 68.7, 69.6, 70.3, 74.6, 79.1, 81.1
  • Pepper, Karen--70.3
  • Pepperall, Anna--72.3
  • Percy, Nicola--81.2
  • Pereira, Steven--69.2
  • Performance Research (magazine)--69.6
  • Periate?, Clare--67.2, 67.6
  • Perino, Joy--68.2
  • Perl, Jeffrey M.--69.2
  • Perreau, Yann--41.9, 78.2, 80.4-6, 81.2, 88.9
  • Perril, Simon--64.2, 80.6, 94.12, 103.6
  • Perryman, Mark--70.3
  • Petherbridge, Deanna, 1939- --69.6, 70.3, 71.2, 72.3, 73.2, 73.6
  • Petit, Christopher--17.6, 21.4, 27.9, 42.2-3, 43.2, 43.4-5, 43.8, 63.8, 81.1-2
  • Petit, Robert--27.9, 77.6, 78.2
  • Petravicius, Dovydas--81.2
  • Pettet, Simon--3.1, 63.8, 84.6
  • Pettit, Rosemary--79.1
  • Peyton-Jones, Julia (Serpentine Gallery)--75.6
  • Phaidon Press Limited--69.6
  • Phillips, Anita--70.4
  • Phillips, James--75.6
  • Phillips, Sarah--54.18
  • Philpott, Peter, 1949- --63.8
  • Phipps, J. V.--83.3
  • The Phoenix Book Shop--84.8
  • Picador (Peter Straus)--63.8
  • Pickard, Tom--70.4
  • Pickles, Stephen (Quartet Books)--67.5
  • Pilcher, Barry Edgar, 1943- --63.8, 84.5-6
  • Pile, Steve--70.4, 71.3
  • Pilkington, Mark (Fortean Times (magazine))--74.6, 75.6, 88.9
  • Pilling, John--68.5
  • Plant, Adrian (Tate Liverpool)--70.4
  • Plant, Joy--87.5
  • Plastow, Jenny--77.2
  • Platt, John--79.1
  • Playdon, Peter--72.3, 73.2, 78.5
  • Plowright, Piers--73.2, 73.6
  • Plumb, Anne E.--87.5
  • Pluot, Sébastien--73.6
  • Poetry London / Apple Magazine--79.1
  • Poetry Society (Pat Forbes, Peter Forbes, Andrew H. Lindesay, Morag McRae)--68.7, 70.4, 71.3
  • Pomeroy, Elsa (Arts Council of Great Britain)--67.1, 84.5-6
  • Pomroy, Dawn (Waterstone’s Books Quarterly)--75.6
  • Pople, Ian--73.6
  • Porter, Joan--79.1
  • Potier, Joanne--87.5
  • Potter, Christopher--87.5
  • Potter, Dave--81.4
  • Potter, I.--78.2
  • Potter, Rachel--69.2
  • Pounder, Nicholas--79.3, 88.2
  • Povey, Malcolm--87.5
  • Powell, Reuben--78.6
  • Power, John--78.5
  • Power, Kevin--81.4
  • Powers, Susanna (The Folio Society)--48.14
  • Powis, Tim--76.5
  • Poynting, Jeremy (Peepal Tree Press)--1.6, 81.3
  • Pratt, Andy C.--73.2
  • Prausnitz, Maja--72.3, 73.6
  • Preece, Ian--70.4
  • Press, Joy--72.3
  • Pressman, Jeffrey Lee--68.2
  • Prewett, K., Mrs.--42.15
  • Price, Elizabeth--74.6, 76.5
  • Price-Owen, Anne (The David Jones Society)--73.6, 74.6, 75.6
  • Prince, Ruth--87.5
  • Pritchard, Alan--71.3
  • Probst, Madeleine--81.3
  • Profile Books (Firm) (Andrew Franklin, Kate Griffin, Edwin Laing, Annabel Robinson, Nicky White)--38.10, 72.3, 73.2, 73.6, 78.4, osb 3
  • Prosser, Simon (Hamish Hamilton)--22.2-3, 27.1, 27.6, 75.6, 77.6, 79.5, 80.6, 81.1-3
  • Prowse, Roger--87.5
  • Prynne, J. H., 1936- --2.28, 64.3
  • Pryor, William, 1945- --63.8
  • Pulp Books (Elaine Palmer, Michael River)--71.3
  • Pulsifer, Gary--75.6, 76.5, 89.5
  • Purcell, Derek--78.2
  • Purnell, Richard--81.3
  • Pushkin, Adam--88.11
  • Putnam, James (The British Museum)--76.5
  • Quartet Books--63.8
  • Quinn, Niall--68.5, 103.12, 111.9
  • Quorn, Patrick--67.1
  • R.R. Bowker Company. Serials Bibliography Department--66.6
  • R_____?, Richard--79.1
  • Rabey, David Ian--76.5, 77.6, 78.5
  • Radmall, Steve--68.3
  • Rains, Sara--77.6
  • Ralphs, Barbara--78.6
  • Ramsay, Jay--84.6
  • Randall, Steve--79.3
  • Ransom, Sophie--77.2
  • Rassam, Paul--67.8
  • Raw, Stephen--81.2
  • Raworth, Tom--21.5, 22.7, 67.8, 68.3, 68.5, 70.4, 77.2, 80.4
  • Raymond, Lara--46.10
  • Razzini, Joao Carlos--67.1-2
  • Read, Alan J.--69.2, 69.6, 71.3
  • Read, Josh--73.3
  • Reaktion Books (Firm) (Maria Kilcoyne, Michael R. Leaman)--19.3, 64.4
  • Reckitt, Helena--69.2
  • Redgrove, Peter--64.4
  • Redshaw, Ian--87.5
  • Reed, Jeremy--2.29, 64.5
  • Rees, David--21.15, 74.6
  • Rees, Sue--14.9
  • Regan, Mary--84.6
  • Reich, Diana--71.3
  • Reid, Alasdair--12.1
  • Reid, David--81.2
  • Reid, Josephine--44.4
  • Reid, R_____?--82.7
  • Reina, Marilena--80.5
  • Rendell, Jane--71.3
  • Rennison, Nick--71.3
  • Renwick, Chris and Mandy--78.2
  • Rhodes, Nick (Carcanet Press)--67.4
  • Rich, Peter and Anita--72.4
  • Richard Booth's Bookshop--15.5
  • Richards, Daniel--82.7
  • Richards, Jill--21.2
  • Richardson, Emily--12.1, 80.6, 81.3
  • Richey, Joseph--73.6, 76.5
  • Rifkin, Shepard--70.4
  • Rigby, Graeme--87.5
  • Riggs, Thomas--73.3
  • Riley, Denise, 1948- --2.30, 64.4, 88.3
  • Riley, James--78.2, 78.5, 81.1
  • Riley, John (Grosseteste Press)--59.5, 64.4
  • Riley, Jonathan (Faber & Faber)--56.9
  • Riley, Peter, 1940- --1.9, 2.31, 22.7, 64.6-7, 81.2-3
  • Ring, Kevin, 1951- --14.6, 41.9, 68.7, 72.4, 78.2, 78.5-6, 81.1-3, 84.6, 84.10
  • Ringrose, Chris--71.3
  • Ritchie, Margaret--70.4
  • River, Michael--38.9, 70.4
  • Roberts, Graeme--71.3
  • Roberts, Neil--87.5
  • Roberts, Susan--87.5
  • Roberts, Wil--81.3
  • Robertson, Sandy--67.4, 71.3
  • Robertson, Tim--78.2
  • Robins, Robin--82.7
  • Robins, Sallie--74.6
  • Robinson, Brian--80.4
  • Robinson, Ian (Oasis Books)--66.7
  • Robinson, J. (Crescent Moon)--73.6
  • Robinson, Jean M.--87.5
  • Robinson, John A. D.--87.5
  • Robinson, Pamela--84.9
  • Robinson, Paul--70.4
  • Robinson, Peter--88.13
  • Robson, A.--84.5
  • Robson, Nicki (The British Fantasy Society)--75.6
  • Robson, Simon--78.2
  • Rochford, Nick (Compendium Bookshop)--67.5
  • Rodefer, Stephen--2.32, 71.3
  • Rodway, Rachael M.--87.5
  • Roegilds, Flemming--71.3
  • Roffe, Terry H.--87.5
  • Rogers, Benji--70.4
  • Rogers, Brett (The Photographers’ Gallery)--78.2
  • Rogers, John--27.9, 69.6, 71.3
  • Rogers, Richard--70.4
  • Rolls, Jem--70.4, 71.3
  • Rolo, Jane (Book Works)--70.4
  • Romer, Stephen--87.5
  • Roms, Heike--74.6
  • Room, Anna--67.5
  • Root, Amanda--66.7
  • Rosen, Joe--27.9, 41.9, 81.2
  • Ross, Catherine (Museum of London)--71.3
  • Ross, Matthew--77.2
  • Rowe, William--77.2, 78.5, 79.5, 84.6
  • Rowland, Rachel (Hart Gallery)--78.2
  • Royal College of Art (Great Britain) (Juliet Ash, Paul Cruse, Andrzej Klimowski)--76.5
  • Royal Festival Hall (Antonia Byatt, Christina Patterson, Alistair Spalding)--71.3
  • Royal Mail Group (Firm) (Hazel Browne, Francisco Figueiredo, Juliet Kirby, Eamonn Magee, Flora Navalta, Sara Parker, Lee Price)--64.4
  • Royle, Nicholas, 1963- --21.6, 22.5, 69.6, 70.4, 71.3, 73.3, 73.6, 74.6, 75.6, 91.11, 104.7
  • Rudolf, Anthony, 1942- --21.7, 74.6, 77.6, 80.4-6
  • Rudolf, Tony--79.1
  • Rusoff, Garry--44.4
  • Russell, Barbara--81.5
  • Russell, Peter (Marginalia)--68.3, 69.2
  • Rutherford, John--66.7
  • Rutherford, Laetitia--73.6
  • Ruthven, Chloe--64.4
  • Saddler, John--71.3
  • Sallis, James, 1944- --21.8, 54.14, 80.6
  • Salt, Chrys--80.6
  • Salt, Rebecca--68.5, 71.3, 72.4
  • Sanders, David--28.2
  • Sandhu, Sukhdev--21.9, 27.6, 77.2, 80.6, 81.2
  • Santilli, Nikki--76.5
  • Saunders, Linda (Modern Painters Magazine)--44.15, 69.2, 88.3
  • Saunders, Matthew--41.9
  • Savage, Jon--69.2, 76.5
  • Savoy Books (David Britton)--69.2, 69.6, 70.4, 70.6, 71.5, 73.3, 74.1
  • Scammell, Nick--27.9, 79.5
  • Scannell, Nick--78.5
  • Scatasta, Gino--74.6
  • Schaab, Richard--73.3
  • Schelstraete, Gilbert--87.5
  • Schmid, Carl--12.3
  • Schmidt, Michael, 1947- --87.6, 88.1
  • Schürhoff-Goeters, Friederike--88.15
  • Schütte, Uwe--74.1
  • Scott, Joseph W.--84.9
  • Scott, Richard--76.5
  • Scott, Stanley--65.1
  • Scott, Steve--66.7
  • Scrivener, Adam--71.3
  • Scully, Maurice--68.5
  • Scura, Carla--73.3
  • Seabrook, David--22.7, 65.1, 105.3
  • Seale, Kirsten--75.6, 76.5, 77.2
  • Seed, David--84.10
  • Seed, John, 1950- --21.10, 22.6, 27.7, 78.3, 80.5-6
  • Selerie, Gavin--69.2, 69.6, 78.3, 84.6
  • Self, Will--21.11, 27.9, 78.3, 80.5-6, 81.2
  • Sellars, Simon--80.6
  • Semmens, Aidan--67.1-2
  • Sen, Sudeep--69.2, 78.5
  • Serpent’s Tail (Pete Ayrton, Deirdre Clark)--69.6
  • Serra Bradford, Matías, 1969- --14.1, 74.1, 74.6, 75.6, 76.5, 77.2, 81.2
  • Seshadri, B.--67.1
  • Sexton, David--80.4
  • Seymour, Emily--89.1
  • Shaffer, Elinor--70.4, 71.3
  • Shames, Ian--6.6
  • Shanahan, Eamonn--87.5
  • Sharp, Kerri--20.10
  • Shaw, Becky--89.5
  • Shaw, Clem--73.3
  • Shaw, Vincent--44.4
  • Shemeld, John--87.5
  • Shepherd, W. G. (“Bill”)--65.1
  • Sheppard, Robert, 1955- --12.2, 65.1, 80.4, 80.6, 81.1-3, 88.5
  • Sherman, W. D. (“Bill”)--65.2
  • Shine, Diana--68.5, 68.7
  • Shoemaker, Jack (Serendipity Books)--84.8
  • Side, Jeffrey--12.2, 22.8
  • Sigaud, Bernard--72.4, 73.3
  • Sight and Sound (Brenda Fernandes, Millie Simpson)--65.1, 70.4, 74.3, 83.8
  • Silk, Julia (Marion Boyars Publishers)--98.6
  • Sillitoe, R.--87.5
  • Silver, Ruth--74.6, 77.2
  • Simblet, Sarah--22.8, 33.11-12, 80.6, 81.2, osb 4
  • Simms, Colin--66.6
  • Simms, Jacqueline (Oxford University Press)--68.5
  • Simon, Theresa--88.10
  • Simpson, David E.--79.1
  • Simpson, Gini--80.4
  • Sinclair, Anna (wife)--83.4
  • Sinclair, Clay--78.5
  • Sinclair, Doris (mother)--83.6
  • Sinclair, Farne (daughter)--68.5, 83.4-5
  • Sinclair, Henry MacGregor (father)--83.6
  • Sinclair, Madeleine (daughter)--77.6, 83.4-5
  • Sinclair, Marion--68.5
  • Sinclair, S. M.--79.5
  • Sinclair, William (son)--21.12, 83.4-5
  • Singer, Victoria (Grafton Books)--87.7, 88.2, 89.9
  • Singh, Suresh--69.6
  • Singmaster, Deborah--79.4
  • Sizemore, Mike--77.6
  • Skelt, Peterjon--65.1
  • Skinner, Samantha J.--74.6
  • Slater, Ben--74.6
  • Slater, Howard--67.5
  • Slater, Mandy--89.10
  • Slenczka, Christine (MBA Literary Agents)--91.6-8
  • Smith, Alan--77.6
  • Smith, Charlotte--75.6
  • Smith, Derek--73.3
  • Smith, Edward L.--68.3
  • Smith, Maggie (Slaughterhouse Gallery)--70.4
  • Smith, Mat--74.6
  • Smith, Max--87.5
  • Smith, Michael (Dublin University Players)--84.1
  • Smith, Neville--67.3-4
  • Smith, P.--85.1
  • Smith, Paul--27.6-7, 27.9, 77.6, 78.5, 80.4-6, 81.2
  • Smith, Paul (Blast First / King Mob)--71.3, 72.4, 73.3, 76.5
  • Smith, R. (East Midlands Arts Association)--66.6
  • Smith, Simon (GRI//E (magazine))--68.5, 68.7
  • Smith, Slim--75.6
  • Smith, Stephen--21.13, 22.12, 74.6
  • Smith, Steve--77.6, 78.3
  • Smith, Susan (MBA Literary Agents)--60.6, 90.6, 91.6-8
  • Smith, T. D.--84.9
  • Smyth, Sarah--74.1, 74.6, 88.11
  • Smythe, Richard--82.7
  • Sneyd, Steve--67.2
  • Snow, Margaret--2.10
  • Snowdon, Peter (Autrement Éditions)--69.6
  • Soar, G. D. E. (Geoffrey)--67.2, 67.8, 84.9
  • Sooke, Alastair (Daily Telegraph)--77.2, 88.9
  • Sotheby’s (Firm) (Peter Selley)--71.3
  • Spackman, Carol--75.6
  • Spalding, Alistair--73.3
  • Speller, Maureen--68.3
  • Sprott, Helen--68.5
  • Staig, Laurence--69.2
  • Stallybrass, Donald--67.5, 71.4
  • Štambuk, Drago, 1950- --67.6
  • Stanhope, Rosamund (Mrs. R. Jones)--85.1
  • Staniland Booksellers--84.6
  • Statesman, Drake--68.7
  • Stathatos, John--84.5-6
  • Steedman, Marijke (Tate Britain)--76.5
  • Steele, Colin--74.6
  • Steele, Linda--81.1
  • Stein, Jenny (Whitechapel Art Gallery)--84.5
  • Stenger, Susan--77.6
  • Stephens, Meic (Welsh Arts Council)--67.2, 84.5
  • Stephens, Sue (Random House)--72.3
  • Stephenson, Lynne--87.5
  • Stevens, Anthony--58.1, 74.6
  • Stewart, Christabel--74.1
  • Stewart, Paul--68.5
  • Steyn, Juliet--68.3, 70.4
  • Stiff, Andrew (“Andy”)--81.1
  • Still, Colin (Optic Nerve)--69.6, 70.4, 71.4, 74.1, 74.6, 75.6, 76.5, 77.2, 77.6, 78.3, 78.5, 80.5, 81.1-2, 93.2-3
  • Stilwell, Andrew--27.7, 79.5, 80.6, 81.1
  • Stobbs, Tanya (Macmillan General Books)--70.4
  • Stoddart, Hugh (Ikon Gallery)--89.6
  • Stokes, Anthony, 1946- --78.5, 80.5
  • Stone, Bernard--67.2, 84.5, 84.10
  • Stone, Martin--73.3
  • Story, Jack Trevor--65.1
  • Straus, Peter--1.8, 1.9, 63.8, 67.4, 67.8, 68.3, 68.5, 69.6, 88.3, 84.10
  • Stredder, James--87.5
  • Stribling, Julian--71.4
  • Strudwick, Brian--68.5
  • Stuart-Smith, Stephen (Enitharmon Press)--71.4, 72.4, 73.3, 74.6, 75.6
  • Stubbs, Paul--78.5
  • Suff, David--78.3
  • Summerfield, Paddy--78.3, 79.5
  • Summers, Victoria--78.5
  • Sundial Publishing House--81.4
  • Sutherland, Luke--74.6
  • Sutton, M. P.--77.2
  • Swan Hotel--74.6
  • Swann, Philip--84.5-6
  • Swayne, Geraldine--73.3
  • Sweet, Nick--77.2
  • Swenson, Ingrid--74.1
  • Sykes, Tom and Simon--77.2
  • Symondson, Bill--79.1
  • Symons, Julian--67.3
  • T_____, Jenny--70.4
  • T_____, Jerry (City Limits Magazine)--67.8
  • Tabor, Richard (Lobby Press)--67.1-2
  • Tahsin, Arzu--72.4
  • Tamplin, Tim--67.2
  • Taplin, Kim--65.3
  • Target, George--87.5
  • Tarn, Nathaniel--65.3
  • Tate Gallery (Simon Bolitho, Kate Burvill, Richard (“Dick”) Humphreys, Sylvia Lahav, Edward Mayer, Denise Riley, Simon Wilson, Daisy )--46.10, 69.6, 70.4, 73.3-4
  • Taylor, Barbara--27.7, 80.6
  • Taylor, Catherine (The Folio Society)--48.14
  • Taylor, Herbert F.--50.15
  • Taylor, Ian A.--87.5
  • Taylor, Rosemarie--67.4
  • Taylor, Stephen--76.5
  • Taylor, William--13.7
  • Tebb, Barry, 1942- --70.4, 74.1, 74.6, 75.6, 77.3, 105.9
  • Temple, John--65.3, 81.2
  • Temple, Robert--68.5
  • Tennant, Philip--71.4
  • Terán, Amber--79.3
  • Terrington, Alison--77.6
  • Tew, Philip--70.4, 72.4
  • Thiele, Alex--75.6
  • Thirsk, Simon--69.6
  • Thom, Martin--66.6-7, 67.3, 67.5, 84.5
  • Thomas, Diane (Dido Press)--69.6
  • Thomas, Gary (Arts Council of England)--69.6
  • Thomas, Graham--84.6
  • Thomas, Lindsay--68.3
  • Thomas, Liz--91.12
  • Thomas, Llinos--71.4, 77.3
  • Thomas, Nora--68.3
  • Thomas, R. S.--65.3
  • Thomas, Susie--79.4
  • Thompson, Ben--77.6
  • Thompson, Paul Denman--76.5
  • Thomson, Andrew--74.6
  • Thomson, Dean--84.5
  • Thomson, Ian--69.3
  • Thomson, Jonathan--30.5, 80.5
  • Thorpe, Todd--78.5
  • Thwaite, Emily--48.14
  • Tickell, Paul--69.3
  • Tierney, Bill--84.8
  • Tilling, Robert--65.3
  • Tillyer, Anya--77.3
  • Times Literary Supplement--67.8
  • Tinline, Phil--74.1, 88.14
  • Tinsley, Sarah--75.6
  • Tipton, David--66.6
  • Tokita, Jun K.--66.7
  • Tombs, Pete--73.3, 74.1
  • Torrance, Chris--2.33, 65.4-6, 85.6, 88.8, 106.1
  • Torrance, John F.--84.5
  • Torrance, Val--65.3-4
  • Totton, Nick--67.2, 81.4
  • Toussaint, Jane (Tate Britain)--89.12
  • Transatlantic Review--81.4
  • Treglown, Jeremy--72.4
  • Trelford, Dan--71.4
  • Trickey, Michael--67.2
  • Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland)--83.9, 84.1
  • Trotter, David--66.6-7, 84.6
  • Trutnik, Debby--88.2
  • Tuck, Sarah--80.5-6
  • Tulloch, John--87.5
  • Tunstall-Behrens, Romi--76.5
  • Turner, William G.--40.5
  • Turner?, Jenny--3.1
  • Turpin, Annabel--72.4
  • Turvey, Fraser (Foxtons (Firm))--12.2
  • Twigg, Christopher--73.3
  • Twist, S. J. (Strata Design)--84.8
  • Tyler, Diana (MBA Literary Agents)--91.6-8
  • Tyler, Sean (International Biographical Centre)--72.4
  • Tyszko, Simon--80.6, 81.1
  • Umansky, Harlan--68.3
  • Upstone, Robert--81.3
  • Upton, Lawrence--3.1, 70.1, 70.4, 72.4, 91.11
  • Uziyel, Liat Bollag--74.6, 77.3
  • Valentine, Ruth--21.14, 22.12, 78.3
  • Vallorani, Nicoletta--77.3, 78.3, 80.6, 81.2
  • Van den Beukel, Karlien--70.5, 74.1
  • Van Toen, Brett--74.1
  • Van Welie, Georgina (Inigo Productions)--71.4
  • Varah, Andree--74.6
  • Varty, Rosemary--70.5
  • Vas Dias, Robert--66.7, 87.5
  • Vaughan, Aled, 1920-1989--44.4
  • Vaughan-Thomas, Wynford, 1908-1987--44.4
  • Vaulbert de Chantilly, Marc--19.16, 74.6, 76.5, 77.6
  • Verey, David--77.3
  • Verstegen, Alex--70.5
  • Viden?, John--66.7
  • Viegener, Matias--19.2
  • Vincent, William A.--55.1
  • Vintage Books (Firm) (Roger Bratchell, Jörg Hensgen, Caroline Michel, Frances _____)--70.1
  • Vogue (magazine) (Robin Muir)--68.7
  • W_____, Jeffrey--79.1
  • Wahlhaus, Anthony--66.1
  • Wainwright, Geffrey--81.4
  • Wainwright, Mark--12.1
  • Waites, Anthony--79.4
  • Wake, Brian--81.4
  • Walczak, Marek--68.5
  • Walden, J., Miss--84.9
  • Walker, Andrew--70.5, 78.6
  • Walker, Charles--67.8, 88.2, 104.4
  • Walker, Enrique--74.1
  • Walker, R. A.--87.5
  • Wall, Alan--21.15, 22.12, 74.1
  • Wallrich, L. A.--84.5
  • Wallrich, Larry--84.9
  • Walpole, Andy--77.3
  • Walsh, Claire--22.8, 27.9, 75.1, 76.5, 80.5, 81.1-3
  • Walsh, Sam--84.1
  • Walsh, Victoria, 1966- (Tate Britain)--27.7
  • Walter, Natasha--46.13-14, 67.8
  • Walton, Kerry--73.3
  • Wang, Sarah--76.5
  • Ward, Geoffrey--67.2-4, 68.3, 68.7, 71.4, 73.3, 79.1, 84.5-6, 84.10
  • Ward, J. P.--66.6, 67.1
  • Ward, Philip (The Oleander Press)--69.3, 73.3, 84.5, 87.5
  • Ward, Tony, 1942- --79.1
  • Wardine, David--87.5
  • Warle?, Simon--71.4
  • Warley, Zahid--81.1, 81.3
  • Warner, Marina, 1946- --21.16, 22.8, 73.3, 75.6, 78.3, 80.4-6, 81.1, 89.7-8
  • Warren, Frank--76.5
  • Warschauer, Harry--66.1, 84.10
  • Waterfield, Robin--72.4
  • Waterstone & Co. (Matt Leyshon, Nick Rennison, Honor Wilson-Fletcher)--72.4, 73.3
  • Watkins, Vernon--66.1
  • Watson, Ben, 1956- (also known as Out to lunch (Writer))--2.26, 21.17, 22.12, 66.2, 106.8
  • Watson, Colin--84.6
  • Watson, Don--68.5
  • Watson, John--76.5, 77.3, 77.6, 78.5, 80.5
  • Watson, Rowan (Victoria and Albert Museum)--75.6
  • Watson, Susanna--69.3, 70.1, 91.11
  • Watts, Stephen--69.3
  • Weaver, Claire--79.3
  • Webber, Mark--75.1
  • Weeks, Donald--66.3
  • Weidenfeld and Nicolson (Firm) (Emma Baxter, Ravindra Mirchandani, Kyla Phillips)--71.4, 72.4
  • Weinberger, Eliot--66.7, 68.3
  • Weissbort, Daniel--66.6
  • Weisz, Minnie--77.6
  • Welch, John, 1942- --3.1, 21.18, 22.8, 22.12, 66.1
  • Wells-Deamer, John--87.5
  • Welsh, Edward--77.3
  • Welsh, Ian--75.1
  • Werner, Peter--72.4
  • Wesling, Donald--66.1
  • West-Harling, Stella--73.3
  • Weston, Helen--76.3
  • Whale, M_____?--68.5
  • Whalley, Brian H.--84.5
  • Wheale, Nigel--84.6
  • Wheaney?, Andrew--67.5
  • Wheatley, David--71.4, 72.4
  • Wheeler, Wendy--67.5
  • White, Mark--75.1
  • White, Michael--74.1
  • White, Tony, 1964- --22.7, 66.1, 80.6, 106.9
  • Whitehead, Frederika--75.6
  • Whitehead, Peter, 1937- --42.14-15, 43.1-3, 43.7, 69.3, 70.1, 77.6
  • Whittaker, Adrian--41.9, 79.5, 81.2
  • Whittaker, David, 1955 January 24- --75.1, 76.5, 78.5
  • Whittuck, Andrew--66.6
  • Wickham, Andrew--82.7
  • Wiggins, Colin (National Gallery London)--osb 5
  • Wigginton, Chris--75.6
  • Wilcox, Jason--73.3
  • Wilcox, Max--75.6
  • Wilkinson, David Nicholas--68.3
  • Wilkinson, John Lawton--2.34, 70.5
  • Wilkinson, Margaret--70.1
  • Wilkinson, Tom--76.5
  • Willatt, Hugh (The Arts Council of Great Britain)--84.5
  • Willetts, Paul--77.3, 81.3
  • Williams, Carol, 1948- --21.19, 22.5, 66.5, 80.6
  • Williams, Fay I. (Welsh Arts Council)--84.5
  • Williams, Jane--84.10
  • Williams, Malcolm--79.1, 81.5
  • Williams, Murphy--88.3
  • Williams, Ritchie--82.7
  • Williams, Sian--77.6
  • Williamson, Aaron--1.9, 2.35, 68.3, 68.5, 68.7, 69.3, 70.1, 70.5, 71.4, 72.4, 73.3, 75.6, 79.4, 107.5
  • Williamson, Bryan--87.5
  • Williamson, E. M., Mrs.--66.7
  • Williamson, Geordie--76.5, 77.3
  • Willingale, Mark--67.4
  • Willingham, David R.--73.3
  • Wills, Peter--75.6, 77.3
  • Willson, Judith (Carcanet Press)--76.5, 99.6
  • Wilson, Christopher--75.1
  • Wilson, Sue--74.1
  • Wilson, Vicky, 1956- --107.6
  • Wilton, Helen--74.1
  • Wiltshire, Alex--77.3
  • Windle, Jane--78.6
  • Winney, Mike--27.10
  • Wise, Judith--72.4, 73.3
  • Wise, Sarah--21.20, 22.12, 23.3, 81.2
  • Wolf, Rogan--87.5
  • Wolff, Camille--67.5
  • Wolford, Trevor--76.5
  • Wood, David--67.8
  • Wood, H. Harvey--68.5, 72.4
  • Wood, Jonathan (Arbor Vitae Press)--15.4, 76.5
  • Wood, R. Colwyn--44.4
  • Woodcock, Peter--73.3, 74.1
  • Wooding, Jeremy--69.3
  • Woodman, Ellis--77.6
  • Woods, Simon--87.5
  • Woodward, Alan--12.1
  • Woolston, Gavin--72.4
  • Workshop (magazine)--81.4
  • World Art (magazine)--66.1, 72.4
  • Worpole, Ken--12.7, 75.1, 75.6, 77.3
  • Worthy, Rick--77.3
  • Wright, Jules--27.7, 80.5
  • Wright, Julia--75.6
  • Wright, Karen, 1950 November 15- --67.8, 70.5, 88.3
  • Wright, O., Mrs.--87.5
  • Wright, Patrick--12.3, 22.1, 22.8, 26.7, 41.2, 66.1, 80.6, 81.2
  • Writer’s Digest--66.6
  • Wu, Duncan--66.1, 94.6, 107.7
  • Wyatt, Bill--66.7, 67.3, 79.1
  • Yarker, James--74.1
  • Yates, Martin--87.5
  • Young, Rob--73.3
  • Young, Roderick--5.7
  • Youngman, Christine--67.1
  • Zamir, Shamoon--67.3-4, 81.1
  • Zarate, Oscar--70.1, 70.5
  • Zielinski, Siegfried--73.3
  • Zinna, Eduardo--74.1
  • Zwerger, Ina--80.5
  • _____, Adam--74.1, 79.5, 83.1
  • _____, Aidan--3.1
  • _____, Al--78.5
  • _____, Alan--70.1
  • _____, Alex?--70.1
  • _____, Alice (The Drawbridge)--78.6
  • _____, Alison (Gentle Ghost)--84.5
  • _____, Andrew (badbloodandsibyl)--80.4
  • _____, Andrew--79.5
  • _____, Angela, John, Thomas, and Bernard--67.2
  • _____, Anne and Shaun--74.1
  • _____, Annie (Bow Arts Trust)--79.4
  • _____, Archie--83.1
  • _____, B and Clare--68.3
  • _____, B_____?--78.3
  • _____, Ben--70.1, 79.4-5
  • _____, Bill--67.2, 84.10
  • _____, Bob--69.3
  • _____, Bridget and Ned--66.7
  • _____, Bruce--79.4
  • _____, C.--78.5
  • _____, Carol--79.5
  • _____, Caroline--83.1
  • _____, Celia--83.1
  • _____, Charles--67.1
  • _____, Chris--70.5, 71.4, 77.3
  • _____, Chris and Haya(?)--72.4
  • _____, Cicely--78.3, 78.6
  • _____, Claire--77.3
  • _____, Clive--83.2
  • _____, Cotters--69.3, 70.1, 70.5, 73.3
  • _____, D_____--68.3
  • _____, Danny, Russ, Frances, and Reo--83.1
  • _____, David--67.2-3, 69.3, 74.1, 79.1, 83.1
  • _____, David and Ben (Year Zero)--75.6
  • _____, Dean--79.1
  • _____, Deborah--83.8, 84.1
  • _____, Don--83.1
  • _____, Donald--84.10
  • _____, Ed (Book Carnival)--84.10
  • _____, Elaine?--79.1
  • _____, Ewan--84.10
  • _____, Fern and Colin--78.5
  • _____, Francis--68.3
  • _____, G.--71.4
  • _____, G_____? (University of Adelaide)--66.7
  • _____, G_____?--70.1
  • _____, Geoffrey--55.6
  • _____, Gerry--70.5, 79.5
  • _____, Gilbert--67.8
  • _____, Gill and Trev--80.4
  • _____, Graham--76.6, 79.4
  • _____, Harry--84.6
  • _____, Heather--83.1
  • _____, Helen and Edward--83.1
  • _____, Henry--83.1
  • _____, J.--69.3
  • _____, J_____?--67.2
  • _____, Jan and Jessica--72.4
  • _____, Jane--67.8, 74.1, 75.1
  • _____, Jennie, Sebastian, and Barnaby--83.1
  • _____, Jeremy--67.1, 79.4
  • _____, Jiap--83.2
  • _____, Jim?--83.1
  • _____, Jimo(?) (Next Level (magazine))--76.6
  • _____, Joe--27.9, 79.5
  • _____, Joel?--84.6
  • _____, John (George Green’s School)--79.5
  • _____, John--67.5, 78.3, 79.1, 84.5-6, 100.4
  • _____, John? (Time Out)--84.6
  • _____, Jonathan--75.1
  • _____, Judith--67.8, 76.6, 78.5
  • _____, Judith and John--67.5
  • _____, Juliette--79.5
  • _____, K & J--71.4
  • _____, Kate (aunt)--83.7
  • _____, Keith--69.3, 79.1
  • _____, Kirby--66.7
  • _____, Laurence (Creation Books)--79.3
  • _____, Lena--79.3
  • _____, Lena and Brian--79.1
  • _____, Lett (aunt)--83.7
  • _____, Luke--77.3
  • _____, Margaret--68.7
  • _____, Margaret (aunt)--83.7
  • _____, Mark--68.3
  • _____, Mark (Battersea Arts Centre)--67.5, 67.8
  • _____, Mary--68.3
  • _____, Michael--27.9
  • _____, Mick--83.1
  • _____, Mike--67.2, 67.8, 76.6
  • _____, Miranda (Principal Films)--77.3
  • _____, Nadia--79.4
  • _____, Neil--79.4
  • _____, Nicholas--84.6
  • _____, Nigel--68.7
  • _____, Noel--70.5, 78.5, 83.1
  • _____, Pam and Jeremy--75.6
  • _____, Pat--12.3, 80.5
  • _____, Pat and Gerry--68.5
  • _____, Patrick--84.6
  • _____, Paul--27.9, 71.4, 79.1, 81.2
  • _____, Paul?--87.6
  • _____, Pete--66.7, 79.5
  • _____, Pete (Welsh Arts Council)--84.6
  • _____, Peter (Peepal Tree Press)--1.6
  • _____, Peter (The Gloucester Road Bookshop)--76.6
  • _____, Peter--78.3, 83.1
  • _____, Peter and Julia--75.6
  • _____, Phil (Solstice magazine)--81.4
  • _____, Phil--83.1
  • _____, Ralph--68.5
  • _____, Richard (Vox n Roll)--71.4
  • _____, Richard--68.3, 73.3, 79.4
  • _____, Robert--75.1, 79.1, 79.5, 83.1, 83.7, 84.10
  • _____, Robin?--69.3
  • _____, Robin, Liz, William, and Isa--67.4
  • _____, Roger--83.1
  • _____, Rose, Gregory, and Sam--83.1
  • _____, Roy--70.1
  • _____, Rupert (North One Television)--79.5
  • _____, Sal--70.5
  • _____, Sally (aunt)--83.7
  • _____, Sarah--4.3, 78.5
  • _____, Sean (Westminster Council of Social Service)--44.4
  • _____, Sebastian--79.5
  • _____, Simon (kennyprocessteam)--71.4
  • _____, Stefan--71.4
  • _____, Sue and Brian--79.1
  • _____, Sue and Kurban--75.1
  • _____, Susa--83.7
  • _____, Susan--81.2
  • _____, Susan and Mick--78.5
  • _____, Susan and Paul--77.6
  • _____, T_____--67.8
  • _____, Tim--83.1, 84.6
  • _____, Tom--67.2
  • _____, Tony?--67.3
  • _____, Vesna--78.6
  • _____, Victor? (The Clerkenwell Literary Festival)--75.1
  • _____, Virginia--83.7
  • _____, Welt--83.1
  • _____, Will (Seren)--77.3
  • _____, Windsor--83.1
  • _____?, Adam--87.5
  • _____?, Howard--83.1
  • _____?, John--75.1
  • Unidentified aunts and uncles--83.7
  • Unidentified--14.12, 42.8, 42.15, 67.2-5, 68.3, 68.5, 68.7, 69.3, 70.1, 70.4, 71.4, 72.2, 73.3, 74,1, 75.1, 75.6, 76.6, 77.3, 77.6, 78.3, 78.5, 79.1-5, 83.2, 83.8, 84.1, 84.5-6, 84.9-10, 87.5, 89.7