Mark Hudson’s novel The Music in My Head, about a white British music entrepreneur stranded in a fictional African city, was praised by the Village Voice as offering ‘music from the inside and a mad sprawl of a book that evokes it every which way’. His other books include Our Grandmothers’ Drums, Coming Back Brockens and Titian, the Last Days. He is also the art critic of the Independent.
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