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EQUUS PRESS

MOURNING

a novel, by Richard Makin

ISBN 978-0-9931955-2-5
Paperback, 200pp
Publication date: May 2015
Equus Press: London

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"The first two novels in Richard Makinís trilogy started life being serialised in monthly parts online -- in the best Dickensian tradition. But Mourning, like its predecessors, is no 19th-century novel. Without recognisable characters or plot, it continues to mine textual sources -- science-fiction scripts, dictionary definitions, the languages of arcane ritual and of everyday life -- achieving an astonishing non-narrative, never-ending coherence." (Ken Edwards)

"The writing is that it is. This is prose you must learn to experience before you begin to interpret [...] the pages in their beautiful and delirious abstraction are ordered poetry." (Iain Sinclair)

"Makin's work is an experimental prose that connects, at its extremes, with both the novel and the installation." (Michael Peverett)

Mourning is the final part of a trilogy by writer, poet and artist Richard Makin, following Work (Great Works) and Dwelling (Reality Street).

Excerpts from Mourning have been published in VLAK, Golden Handcuffs Review, Frame & Reference, Hastings Online Times and In Conversation with Stuart Sutcliffe, and presented at The Waste Land Trilogy, London.




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