Ian Thomson’s first article for the London Review of Books was published in 2011. The journal was founded in 1979 by Karl Miller and Susannah Clapp.
Ian Thomson has written for the Evening Standard since 1987. In 2009 the London newspaper ended a 180-year history of paid circulation and became free. Here is a selection of recent reviews:
Ian Thomson has contributed to BBC Radio since 1988, first appearing on the World Service book programme ‘Meridian’ Guardian books podcast: Travel writing’s new frontiers 9 Jul 2010 As Ian Thomson’s study of Jamaica, The Dead Yard, wins the Dolman Prize, he discusses new directions for travel writing. Great Lives – BBC 21 May 2013 …