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26, by Jonathan Kemp: a review

Jonathan Kemp‘s 26 is a¬†series of bittersweet vignettes: perfect slices of agony and ecstacy, ‘visions of excess’ burning brightly beyond the civility of language and manners, taking us on a journey of transcendence, of sexual gratification and drug-induced otherness. 587 more words

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"London Triptych" by Jonathan Kemp

Jonathan Kemp’s London Triptych is Jonathan Kemp’s first novel. First published in the UK, it won the Authors’ Club’s Best First Novel Award in 2010 and Kemp has since written two other books, one¬†collection of short fiction and one non-fiction book about the history of male sexuality. 325 more words

Haunted by the Past: a review of Jonathan Kemp's 'Ghosting'

How do we live with the spectres of the past: lost loves, lost children, years wasted in bitterness and regret? And, in living with lament, do we become ghosts ourselves? 852 more words