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Jonathan Kemp: on Twenty-Six

One of the high points of 2010 was reading Jonathan Kemp’s debut novel London Triptych, and then interviewing him a month before its publication. His new book Twenty-Six is a collection of stories, one for every letter of the alphabet, each describing a sexual encounter. The narrator explores the act and what it means to him as he struggles with the capability of language to capture the moments. I met Kemp in Soho to talk about this book, and his forthcoming novel.

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