“Not just a vivid, intimate chronicle of a thrilling time, it’s also full of moments of casual, withering brilliance… Geoff Dyer provides a suitably awestruck foreword.” Evening Standard
Geoff Dyer introduces Rebecca West’s epic masterpiece about the former state of Yugoslavia.
Geoff Dyer introduces F Scott Fitzgerald’s vivid depiction of life amid the glitter of Jazz Age New York.
Geoff Dyer introduces D H Lawrence’s landmark novel Sons and Lovers.
This new edition of The Journals of John Cheever – “one of the most compelling and intimate books you’ll ever read” (Independent) – is introduced by Geoff Dyer.
When William Gedney died in 1989 at the age of 56 he was little known except to a few colleagues and curators. This book, co-edited by Geoff Dyer, reveals Gedney’s remarkable photographs as well as writings by him.
Geoff Dyer has brought together Berger’s finest essays in what the Washington Post described as “an important, not-to-be-missed chance to luxuriate in Berger’s incomparable sagacity and visual sense.”
“Profoundly haunting and fearless… Dyer’s trademark wit and uniqueness surround you… His very best.” Pico Iyer, The New York Times Book Review
“May be the best book ever written about jazz.” David Thomson, Los Angeles Times
“There is very little fine writing on photography. Geoff Dyer’s The Ongoing Moment adds superbly to that tiny canon: clever, provocative, witty and shrewdly on the nail.” William Boyd
“The funniest book I have ever read.” Steve Martin on Geoff Dyer’s Out of Sheer Rage
“If any British writer can try on the mantle of Calvino, Dyer can. He has a poet’s gift with metaphor as well as an ability to grasp ideas, hold them, pass them on.” New Statesman & Society