Spectator Low Life – The Final Years by Jeremy Clarke


Brimming with beautifully crafted stories about sex, drugs, rock’n’roll, love, life, literature, happiness, heartache, and ultimately death.

Jeremy Clarke was one of the greatest writers in the history of The Spectator. For 23 years, he captured the beauty and absurdity of the everyday in his Low Life column. This collection of his best columns from the final ten years of his life reveals a unique mind, a man able to magnify his own life in a way that made you reflect upon your own. From his days as a football hooligan to the hell of expat dinner parties, from his almighty drug and alcohol binges to his love of Great War poetry; from mixing morphine with Moscow Mules to fighting a losing battle with cancer – Jeremy chronicled it all with extraordinary frankness and brilliant wit.

One of the most important books about life and death you’ll ever read’
The Telegraph

ISBN: 978-1-3999-7356-4

Foreword by Eric Idle


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