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LONDON LIP:
ALAN MOORE & MICHAEL MOORCOCK
WITH IAIN SINCLAIR


A celebration of the paperback publication of London: City of Disappearances. Witness a rare urban excursion from the legendary Northampton magus of the graphic novel Alan Moore and the Texas-exiled creator of the multiverse, author of Mother London, Michael Moorcock. A conversation refereed by the book’s editor, Iain Sinclair. Readings from Moore, Moorcock, Sinclair. Interventions from performance-artists-poets Brian Catling and Kirsten Norrie.

Promoted by Penned in the Margins.

Tickets: £12 on the door, £10 online
Where: The Bishopsgate Institute, 230 Bishopsgate, London
When: Friday, October 26, 2007 - 6.30pm

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