Interview – Lecturer, Editor, Critic, SALT and Granta Author, Jonathan Taylor

  Jonathan Taylor is an author, lecturer, editor and critic. His books include the novels Melissa (Salt, 2015), and Entertaining Strangers (Salt, 2012), the memoir Take Me Home: Parkinson’s, My Father, Myself (Granta, 2007), and the short story collection Kontakte and Other Stories (Roman, 2013 and 2014). He teaches Creative Writing at the University of Leicester. He lives in Loughborough with his wife, … Continue reading Interview – Lecturer, Editor, Critic, SALT and Granta Author, Jonathan Taylor

#bookadayuk A book you pretend to have read. I haven’t. And a confession about Romeo and Juliet

  Why would you pretend to have read a book? I've never lied about what I have read, because what's the point? I do have a confession, though. We studied Shakespeare at school. I first read his work at the age of eleven and struggled with A Midsummer Night's Dream. Then at fifteen we looked … Continue reading #bookadayuk A book you pretend to have read. I haven’t. And a confession about Romeo and Juliet