Dee lives for parkour, and the alternate worlds he invents to escape his mundane life. He knows the city better than anyone – the hidden spaces at night, the views that no one else sees, from heights no one else can scale. With parkour, he’s not running away. He’s free. But just because you’re paranoid […]
26 poems, A-Z. It’s a word-nerd’s wet dream. Dictionary geek dives below the two-syllable surface to quarry in the silt of the obscure. Retrofits his findings to suit his inclinations. Dresses up his ignorance as poetry… “Like a new Leonard Cohen throwing handfuls of water into the sun, Tim Sinclair tosses words, imagination, soul and […]
Things stopped making sense from the moment Adam arrived in Japan – the conservative job, the shoebox apartment and the growing weight of his relationship with Sarah. By the time Marianne arrives, he’s been battery-caged for so long it all seems normal – but then she changes everything… “…fluid and perceptive free verse with a […]
Cottage Industry Press has released an ebook of my first poetry collection. Ten years after that first little paperback came out into the world, much has changed – the publishing world almost unbelievably so, which is why this new edition is on screen instead of paper – but I stand by these poems. They acted as […]
Taking inspiration in part from the Brian Aldiss novel of the same name, this CD is part concept album, part verse novel, 100% sonic exploration.Brothers of the Head is the story of a social misfit and his unborn brother, a foetus trapped and living inside his skull. ‘Brothers’ Tim Sinclair and Ben Winch collaborate to take […]
Essays, short fiction, non fiction, poetry, guest blog posts, so on, such like. If somebody’s published it, it’s probably listed here.
A collection of short fiction, poetry and comic art from Australia and beyond… Includes Tim’s short-story-in-verse “Ice-Cream Headache”, and also stories from James Roy, Tanveer Ahmed, Michael Pryor, Ursula Dubosarsky, Sonya Hartnett, Doug MacLeod, Oliver Phommavanh, Brenton McKenna, Tara June Winch, Sudha Murty and Oodgeroo among others. Things a Map Won’t Show You 2012 Edited […]