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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.

James Campbell (born June 5, 1951), is a Scottish writer.

He was born in Glasgow and educated at the University of Edinburgh (1974–78), he is a former editor of the New Edinburgh Review and works for The Times Literary Supplement, where he writes the weekly "NB" column under the pen-name J.C.

  • Invisible Country: A Journey Through Scotland, 1984
  • Gate Fever: Voices from a Prison, 1986
  • Talking at the Gates: A Life of James Baldwin, 1991
  • Paris Interzone: Richard Wright, Lolita, Boris Vian and Others on the Left Bank, 1994
  • The Picador Book of Blues and Jazz (editor), 1995
  • This Is the Beat Generation: New York, San Francisco, Paris, 1999
  • Thom Gunn in Conversation with James Campbell, 2000
  • Syncopations: Beats, New Yorkers, and Writers in the Dark, 2008

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