Geoff Nicholson

Geoff Nicholson is a contributing editor to the Los Angeles Review of Books. His books include the novels Bleeding London and The Hollywood Dodo. His latest, The Miranda, is published in October.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Sausage Subversion

PEOPLE WHO LOVE SAUSAGE and respect the law should never watch either one being made.” I thought that was a quotation ...


Street Life

Geoff Nicholson on "The Other Paris."...


Collecting and Correcting

Martin Parr and Gerry Badger don’t discuss art, but rather they reevaluate what is and isn’t worthy of attention, whether it’s art or not....


The Walk of the Worlds

Triptych image: "Rules of the Universe"Image Credit: Maureen SelwoodEDGAR ALLAN POE IS EVERYWHERE. The Following, featuring murders based on Poe, ...


Mentors: J.H. Prynne

I sometimes say that Jeremy Prynne taught me everything I know about poetry: which is why I know nothing about poetry....


Buster Keaton and the World of Objects
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