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Nick Coleman
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Nick Coleman

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Following a brief spell as a stringer at NME in the mid-1980s, Nick Coleman was Music Editor of Time Out for seven years, then Arts and Features Editor at the Independent and the Independent on Sunday. He has also written on music for The Times, Guardian,Telegraph, New Statesman, Intelligent Life, GQ and The Wire. He is the author of The Train in the Night, which was shortlisted for the 2012 Wellcome Book Prize.

Books by Nick Coleman

Voices

What it is that makes some singers’ voices magically change your emotional state?

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Pillow Man

An odd romance that begins among the Egyptian cotton sheets and goosedown pillows of an Oxford Street department store

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The Train in the Night

Shortlisted for the 2012 Wellcome Trust Book Prize. A profoundly moving account of one man's struggle to recover from the loss of his greatest passion in life - and a hymn to music.

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