Michael Bracewell

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For the New Zealand cricketer, see Michael Bracewell (cricketer).

Michael Bracewell (born 7 August 1958) is a British writer and novelist. He was born in London, and educated at the University of Nottingham, graduating in English and American Studies.

A comprehensive collection of Bracewell's essays can be found in Michael Bracewell The Space Between: Selected Writings on Art, edited by Doro Globus and published by Ridinghouse in 2012.[1]


  • Fiction
    • Missing Margate (1988)
    • The Crypto-Amnesia Club (1988)
    • The Quick End (1988)
    • Divine Concepts of Physical Beauty (1989)
    • The Conclave (1992)
    • Saint Rachel (1995)
    • Perfect Tense (2001)
  • Non-fiction
    • The Faber Book of Pop (contributor) (1995)
    • England Is Mine: Pop Life in Albion From Wilde to Goldie (1997)
    • The Penguin Book of Twentieth-Century Fashion Writing (contributor) (1999)
    • Wrote introduction to Jeff Noon's Cobralingus (2001)
    • The Nineties: When Surface was Depth (2002)
    • I Know Where I'm Going: A Guide to Morecambe & Heysham (co-author) (2003)
    • Roxyism (2004)
    • Roxy Music: Bryan Ferry, Brian Eno, Art, Ideas and Fashion (2005)
    • The Edgier Waters (contributor) (2006)
    • Re-make/Re-model (2007)
    • Introduction to the Sotheby's catalogue for Damien Hirst's sale: Beautiful Inside My Head Forever, an introduction (2008)


  1. ^ "Michael Bracewell: The Space Between". Ridinghouse. Retrieved 5 August 2012. 

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