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Adam Mars-Jones

‘There's an awkward interval, when you're ill but not yet conditioned by illness.’

Yogurt. Yogurt taught me something yesterday. I was eating a yogurt, not one I’d bought, something one of the lovers picked up for me, a really creamy one with a crust of fat, not at all my usual style of yogurt. Maybe it was the creaminess, or maybe it was the absurd clashing of the fruits (apric…

Adam Mars-Jones

Adam Mars-Jones is a writer and critic living in London. His recent novel Pilcrow restored a shy typographical symbol (¶) to its proper place in the breakfast conversation of millions. He was named one of Granta’s Best of Young British Novelists in both 1983 and 1993. He reviews books for the London Observer.

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