David Lindsay Links
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You can contact me about any aspect of the site on
this email address. I’m always interested in news and information about David Lindsay, or corrections to any errors you find on the site. (I try to credit the source of all information provided.) I can’t answer questions about rights or copyright relating to David Lindsay’s work, though. This site isn’t official, or associated with the Lindsay estate in any way.
For current publishers of David Lindsay’s works, see the buying links page.
Serialisation of The Haunted Woman
on Brighton & Hove Community Radio
. Read by Janina Karpinska and edited by Alan J Cannon. Available at Archive.org: part 1
, & 11
Podcasts & radio
Janina Karpinski and Alan J Cannon discuss David Lindsay on Your Voice Matters
, first broadcast 27th May 2016 on Brighton & Hove Community Radio.
The Chrononauts Podcast episode 13
discusses A Voyage to Arcturus
in the first of a 2-part examination of spiritual journeys to other planets, the second of which focuses on C S Lewis’s Out of the Silent Planet
. Over 2 hours long.
Talks & interviews
Articles & essays
Article from the Telegraph, "Sacred Mysteries"
, from March 2005, by Christopher Howse, mentioning that David Lindsay has just got into the Dictionary of National Biography
Blog entry on author Ian Watson’s site
, about hearing the Third Programme radio adaptation of A Voyage to Arcturus
, and his wanting to write a sequel to Lindsay’s novel.
This brief, interesting memoir, Tea with Visiak
, contains an anecdote about Lindsay related by his friend, E H Visiak.
A Voyage to Arcturus
is mentioned as a possible interest of musician Nick Drake at this site
Art & illustration
John Coulthart’s designs
for the Savoy edition of A Voyage to Arcturus
At Flickr.com, a photo of Stanley Kurt Lester’s painting "Who is Surtur"
. And another image on Flickr, of an Earring Trio
inspired by A Voyage to Arcturus
A illustration for A Voyage to Arcturus
by Evan Dahm at Tumblr
A band called Swaylone, on Last.fm
A band called Devil”s Tor, with an album of ambient/electronic music also called Devil”s Tor
(“all pieces recorded in a cave near Austin Texas”) on Bandcamp
A band called The Violet Apple, at MySpace
This list of talks
from the Practical TeX Proceedings of 2004 features an article, "A simple book design in ConTeXt" that uses A Voyage to Arcturus
for its sample text.
Other writers & related sites