Temporary Location:
305 S. 9th St., St. Charles, IL 60174
MON-THUFRISATSUN
9am - 9pm9am - 8pm9am - 5pm12pm - 5pm
MON-THUFRISATSUN
9am - 9pm9am - 8pm9am - 5pm12pm - 5pm

You are here

Martin Amis

Born in Oxford, England in 1949, Martin Amis spent his childhood in Britain, Spain and the United States before graduating with honors from Exeter College, England. He has been an editorial assistant for the Times Literary Supplement, literary assistant for New Statesman and special writer for the Observer and the New York Times. Martin has been awarded the Somerset Maugham Award, the National Book League, and the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for Biography and the National Book Critics Circle Award. He is considered one of the most influential and creative voices among contemporary British authors. Mr. Amis has four children and currently lives in New York.

 

Works of Fiction

The Rachel Papers (1973)
Dead Babies (1976)
Other People (1981)
Money: a Suicide Note (1984)
London Fields (1989)
Success (1991)
Time’s Arrow: Or, the Nature of the Offense (1991)
The Information (1995)
Night Train (1997)
Einstein’s Monsters 
Heavy Water and Other Stories (1999)
Yellow Dog (2003)
Koba the Dread: Laughter and the Twenty Million (2003)
House of Meetings (2007)
The Pregnant Widow (2010)
Lionel Asbo: State of England (2012)
The Zone of Interest (2014)

 

Nonfiction

Experience 823.914 AMI
The Rub of Time: Bellow, Nabokov, Hitchens, Travolta, Trump: Essays and Reportage, 1986-2017 823.914 AMI
Koba the Dread; The Laughter and the Twenty Million 947.0842092 AMI
The Second Plan: September 11: Terror and Boredom 973.931 AMI

 

rev. ajb 2/2019