Tag Archives: Will Self

Will Self – Isolation, Solitude, Loneliness and the Composition of Long-Form Fiction

In Will Self’s lecture at Brunel University earlier this year, here ,  speaking  with his usual wit and erudition on isolation, the novel and the culture of the codex. A very thought-provoking lecture, on many issues, some we don’t really consider … Continue reading

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Cyclogeography 1: A Linear Drift Through West Tokyo

These past three weeks I’ve been facilitating in the classroom so my practice has been pretty much shelved. Though I try to keep a dialogue going between myself and blog, if and when I get a free moment. This week … Continue reading

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Fuchu no Mori Park-Tokyo

Was watching an old South Bank Show (1998) last night featuring the novelist/journalist Will Self. The man interests me a lot, I’ve only just started to read his work with more regularity since living back in England (2011). During the … Continue reading

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