When the history of late twentieth- and early twenty-first-century literatures is written, there’ll be a paragraph on ‘the crime fiction boom’, or fad, or free-for-all. Everyone is having as go at it, telly is still mad for it and some are making a killing from it. John Lincoln is the pen-name of John Williams, author […]
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Words Without Music

Chris Moss

PUBLISHED ON: 25/07/17

CATEGORY: Essays

Rock music has long attracted gifted writers, from Mort Shuman (Brel translator and songsmith for Elvis) to Morrissey (pop’s finest poet, prose’s odde …

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