‘Jeremy Reed is
a legend. What
more can you
‘His poetry is
the most exotic
fuels the imagination
Jeremy Reed is one of Britain’s most outstanding and famously
controversial poets, his originality of imagery and cutting
edge subject matter distinguishing him from most of his
contemporaries. His recent books include the poetry collections
Piccadilly Bongo, Sooner Or Later Frank, Voodoo Excess and Red
Light Blues, as well as a biography of Lou Reed Waiting For The Man
and The Dilly: A Secret History of Piccadilly Rent Boys. He wrote
the libretto for Marc Almond’s 2015 album Against Nature, and
performs regularly in London and Europe, both solo, and as one
half of The Ginger Light, a unique duo combining performed
spoken word with electronics.
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