Nicholas Lezard

Nicholas Lezard is a writer and critic who lives in Scotland. He wrote a weekly column for The Guardian’s book pages for twenty years, was the literary editor of the Modern Review, and was, for ten years, the Independent on Sunday’s radio critic; he currently writes the “Down and Out” column for the New Statesman. He is the author of The Nolympics: One Man’s Struggle Against Sporting Hysteria (2012), and a memoir, Bitter Experience Has Taught Me (2013). November 2018

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