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SWEDENBORG ARCHIVE SERIES

Title: IN CELEBRATION OF TOMAS TRANSTRÖMER

Author: Homero Aridjis | Kjell Espmark | Ulrika Funered | Monica Lauritzen | David Lister | Robin Robertson | Monica Tranströmer | Tomas Tranströmer | Per Wåstberg

Editor: Stephen McNeilly

Tomas Tranströmer (1931-2015) was one of Sweden’s most universally respected literary exports, his poetry being translated into over 60 different languages and drawing the admiration of international contemporaries (many of. . .

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Title: AN EVENING OF DREAMS

Author: Homero Aridjis | Eva Hoffman | Darian Leader | Tom McCarthy | Selina Mills | Introduction by Chloe Aridjis

Editor: Stephen McNeilly

Originating in a memorable and discursive evening held at Swedenborg House in October 2015, and inspired by Swedenborg’s private journal of dreams written between 1743-4, An Evening of Dreams brings together six. . .

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Title: NEW JERUSALEM: the good city and the good society

Author: Ken Worpole

Editor: Stephen McNeilly

Utopian thinking as to how people might live together more harmoniously—the dream of the perfect city, the New Jerusalem—has been revived in different forms and at different times, from early. . .

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Title: AN ANGEL SPEAKS: selected poems

Author: Homero Aridjis

Editor: Stephen McNeilly

Foreword: J M G Le Clézio

HOMERO ARIDJIS is widely regarded as Mexico’s greatest living poet. His work has been translated into numerous languages and he has received critical praise from artists and writers such as. . .

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Title: SWIMMING TO HEAVEN: The Lost Rivers of London

Author: Iain Sinclair

Editor: Stephen McNeilly

Beautifully written and drawing upon a range of literary, cultural and geographic defences, Sinclair follows in the path of the ‘lost’ rivers of London and examines their influence on the. . .

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Title: SEVERAL CLOUDS COLLIDING

Author: Iain Sinclair | Brian Catling

Editor: Stephen McNeilly

Part research document, part lecture transcript, part diary entry and part archive intervention, Several Clouds Colliding reconstructs and reflects on the extraordinary events surrounding an exhibition and performance by Iain. . .

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Title: BLAKE’S LONDON

Author: Iain Sinclair

Editor: Stephen McNeilly

What was William Blake’s relation with London? And how did this relation shape his poetic visions? In this small and specially-designed volume, Iain Sinclair takes the reader on a discursive. . .

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