Nicholas Lezard

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Nicholas Lezard is a left-wing English journalist and literary critic.

Lezard has a weekly column, 'Nicholas Lezard's choice', reviewing paperback books for the Guardian.[1] He also writes for the Independent, and writes the 'Down and Out in London' column for the New Statesman[2] His book The Nolympics: One Man's Struggle Against Sporting Hysteria was published in 2012 by Penguin Books.[3] Lezard has also written a memoir, Bitter Experience Has Taught Me which was published in 2013.[4]

He is represented by Derek Johns of the United Agents literary and talent agency.[5]


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