1 May 1931
Naim Attallah is a businessman and writer. He was born in the former British Mandate of Palestine in 1931 and is the publisher of Quartet Books and former backer of the [1 ] and Literary Review . The Oldie He was also the former owner of the London-based Women's Press, [2 ] founded in 1977. [3 ] [4 ]
His most recent book of memoirs,
Fulfilment and Betrayal: 1975-1995, was published in 2007. According to [5 ] Jennie Erdal's memoir Ghosting (2005), she was the ghostwriter of some of his books, articles, and other writings. [6 ] [7 ]
Fulfilment and Betrayal: 1975-1995, 2007
In Touch with his Roots, 2006
The Boy in England, 2005
The Old Ladies of Nazareth, London: Quartet Books, 2004
In Conversation with Naim Attallah, London: Quartet Books, 1998
A Woman a Week, 1998
Tara and Claire, 1997
Asking Questions: An Anthology of Interviews with Naim Attallah (with Charlotte Smith), 1996
A Timeless Passion, 1995
Speaking for the Oldie, 1994
More of a Certain Age, 1994
Of a Certain Age, 1993
Singular Encounters, 1992
References [ edit ]
^ "About", Quartet Books website.
^ "Oldie celebrates and recognises its debt to Naim", , 3 July 2012. Evening Standard
^ Miranda Seymour, "But did the Medicis have as much fun?", The Telegraph, 3 May 2007.
^ BookBlast PR, Media Release.
^ Terence Blacker, "Lewd but likeable: the key to Naim Attallah". From The Independent, 2 May 2007.
^ Erdal, Jennie (2004). Ghosting: A Memoir. Canongate Books. ISBN 1841955620.
^ Susan Salter Reynolds, "A former ghost takes to the light", Los Angeles Times, 22 May 2005.
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