Leonid Bilmes

Leonid Bilmes is a researcher and writer living in London. His reviews and essays have appeared in 3:AM Magazine, minor literature[s], and review31. He is currently working on a book on memory and visuality in 20th- and 21st-century literature.


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More Than the Belgian Poe: The Overdue Return of Jean Ray’s “Whiskey Tales”
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