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Les Roberts (LR): In Lights Out for the Territory (2003: 142) you write: 'We have to recognise the fundamental untrustworthiness of maps: they are always pressure group publications. They represent special pleading on behalf of some quango with a subversive agenda, something to sell. Maps are a futile compromise between information and knowledge. They require a powerful dose of fiction to bring them to life.' In what ways do maps and mapping practices inform your work as a writer? Iain Sinclairdoi:10.1057/9781137025050_5 fatcat:b53uciu2zve23hdtg3ikbuhhna