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In this highly personal encounter with his native city Nicholas Murray blends literary descriptions of Liverpool across the centuries with his own memories of a 1960s Liverpool childhood to create an original and nuanced portrait of the character of a remarkable city.
Nicholas Murray is a freelance author based in Wales and London. Born in Liverpool in 1952 he is the author of several literary biographies (Bruce Chatwin [Seren Books], World Enough and Time: The Life of Andrew Marvell [St Martin's Press], Aldous Huxley: An English Intellectual [Abacus], and Kafka [Little Brown]), two collections of poems, and two novels. He is a regular contributor of poems, essays and reviews to newspapers and literary magazines such as The Independent, The Guardian, The New Statesman, London Magazine, TLS, Thumbscrew, Metre, Poetry, Arete and many others. He is currently a Royal Literary Fund Fellow at Queen Mary University of London.