About The Author
PODCAST OF FOYLES EVENT AVAILABLE HERE
Martin Amis was born in 1949, the second of three children to writer Kingsley and Hilary Amis. A controversial novelist, he is best known for Money, a satire of Thatcher's England, and London Fields, set in the capital at the turn of the millennium. He has twice been nominated for the Booker Prize, for Time's Arrow, for which he was shortlisted in 1991 and for Yellow Dog, which was longlisted in 2003. His memoir Experience was awarded the James Tait Black Memorial Prize. He has been literary editor of the New Statesman, a feature writer for the Observer and until 2011, Professor of Creative Writing at the University of Manchester. He has also published short stories, journalism and criticism.
Martin talked to journalist and author Sam Leith about his novel Lionel Asbo: State of England at a Time Out Live / Foyles Event.
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Below is a list of books by Martin Amis currenly in print.You may find other editions in our New and Used Marketplace.