Tag Archives: photography and literature

The Home Place

Like the flying car, the photographically illustrated novel has always seemed like an idea on the cusp of realisation. Combining the reality of photographs and the fictionality of novels was surely inevitable. There were a number of forerunners to establishment … Continue reading

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Austerlitz

W.G.Sebald's Austerlitz is, at first sight, a normal novel. OK, it doesn't have paragraphs but there is a fairly conventional narrator who recounts the story of a man called Austerlitz. The strange thing about the book is the photographs. They … Continue reading

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Austerlitz: another book giveaway

Last week we received complaints. For our photography and literature season we are giving away a pile of books via a Facebook Prize Draw but some people don't use Facebook. They wanted to know if they could have a competition … Continue reading

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Win Books

This is a Prize Draw to win books that feature in our Photography and Literature season. The season is made up of seven films that go with the new issue of Source. The first film is published tomorrow (at 1pm) … Continue reading

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David Goldblatt, Photography & Literature

In 2010 an unusual book was published called TJ / Double Negative. It combined a novel and photobook in one package, the photobook by David Goldblatt, the novel by Ivan Vladislavic. In our review of the book Colin Graham said … Continue reading

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