Iain Sinclair Quotes

Top 23 wise famous quotes and sayings by Iain Sinclair

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Iain Sinclair quotes: What I write, I write. I'll always do it in some form. What I write, I write. I'll always do it in some form.
Iain Sinclair quotes: The only times I'm not relaxed are when I haven't got a project on the go. The only times I'm not relaxed are when I haven't got a project on the go.
Iain Sinclair quotes: ...drunk enough on earth's liquors to relish the prospect of the knife. ...drunk enough on earth's liquors to relish the prospect of the knife.
Iain Sinclair quotes: Men of the cloth live in this monologue, it is their due: nobody talks back to a pulpit. Men of the cloth live in this monologue, it is their due: nobody talks back to a pulpit.
Iain Sinclair quotes: I am crumbling in sync with old Hackney. I am crumbling in sync with old Hackney.
Iain Sinclair quotes: The suicide hour of cold coffee and alien voices on the radio. The suicide hour of cold coffee and alien voices on the radio.
Iain Sinclair quotes: The kind of world I'm endlessly going on about is pretty well doomed, but nevertheless I think there are recesses of it worth celebrating. The kind of world I'm endlessly going on about is pretty well doomed, but nevertheless I think there are recesses of it worth celebrating.
Iain Sinclair quotes: The world changes, but I want that change to be necessary or respectful of what has happened before. Everything changes, and that's quite right. The world changes, but I want that change to be necessary or respectful of what has happened before. Everything changes, and that's quite right.
Iain Sinclair quotes: You can't leave the thing that you are, the house that has become your biography. You can't leave the thing that you are, the house that has become your biography.
Iain Sinclair quotes: It's just a freak of fate that I'm paid to write, not paying to print my own books - but I'd be doing it anyway: it's my life. It's just a freak of fate that I'm paid to write, not paying to print my own books - but I'd be doing it anyway: it's my life.
Iain Sinclair quotes: Mossy had trouble breathing. He was not convinced the rewards repaid the effort. He took breath in, but after that let it fend for itself. Mossy had trouble breathing. He was not convinced the rewards repaid the effort. He took breath in, but after that let it fend for itself.
Iain Sinclair quotes: Atkins knows two kinds of birds: seagulls and the ones that aren't seagulls. Atkins knows two kinds of birds: seagulls and the ones that aren't seagulls.
Iain Sinclair quotes: If the landscape changes, then I don't know who I am either. The landscape is a refracted autobiography. As it disappears you lose your sense of self. If the landscape changes, then I don't know who I am either. The landscape is a refracted autobiography. As it disappears you lose your sense of self.
Iain Sinclair quotes: You'd better make it your business to understand the market. The ability to charm or play the game is useful. You'd better make it your business to understand the market. The ability to charm or play the game is useful.
Iain Sinclair quotes: You can't impose a legacy. You can't impose a legacy.
Iain Sinclair quotes: Why not add another yarn? That's all we are in the end, any of us, a couple of dozen unreliable stories. Why not add another yarn? That's all we are in the end, any of us, a couple of dozen unreliable stories.
Iain Sinclair quotes: If people are telling you a story about themselves, they gradually map their own local territories and know themselves by them. If people are telling you a story about themselves, they gradually map their own local territories and know themselves by them.
Iain Sinclair quotes: To try to fix the future is a manifest absurdity. To try to fix the future is a manifest absurdity.