Dr. Jonathan Taylor is Lecturer in Creative Writing at the University of Leicester. His books include the memoir "Take Me Home" (Granta, 2007), and the novels "Melissa" (Salt, 2015) and "Entertaining Strangers" (Salt, 2012).
Kontakte and Other Stories
Posted by Jonathan Taylor in School of English Blog on October 1, 2014
My short story collection, Kontakte and Other Stories, which was first published in July 2013, has now been republished by Roman Books in a new second edition. The book is a collection of stories based around the theme of music, in different contexts. There are stories about music and love, music and sex, music and […]
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Crystal Clear is 10!
Posted by Jonathan Taylor in School of English Blog on June 6, 2014
An arts organisation and small publisher with strong links to the School of English and Centre for New Writing is to celebrate its tenth anniversary by publishing an anthology of poetry and short fiction, and running a recording project. Crystal Clear Creators, a well-known not-for-profit arts organisation and company limited by guarantee, which is co-directed by Jonathan Taylor, Lecturer […]
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