Paul talks about his dazzling and unconventionally brilliant new biog on the dazzling and unconventional Tony Wilson

Brilliant review of book by Audrey J. Golden here…
‘ part biography, or as a fantastical work of postmodern fiction that fills in the gaps between centuries of literature crafted by the likes of Laurence Sterne and Thomas Pynchon. Tony Wilson is living, Tony Wilson is dead. He’s a ghost, he’s a genius, he’s a raconteur continuing to wreak pleasurable havoc, he’s an intellectual, and he’s a saint — except when he’s not.’
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