Conversations with Dylan Jones
Praise for Dylan Jones: 'Dylan Jones has had the sort of access of which most political journalists can only dream, and brings to his subject formidable writing talent, wit and wisdom. This is an important book and a must-read for anyone who wants to understand the man who would be prime minister.' Matthew d'Ancona, editor of the Spectator 'Dylan Jones is truly a polymath, a man equally at home discussing the merits of Arne Jacobsen as the appeal of David Cameron. As a writer, he has an effortless style with an unerring instinct for the absurd and the noteworthy.' Simon Kelner, editor of the Independent
Dylan Jones is the editor of GQ magazine and a regular columnist for the Independent and the Mail on Sunday. He has won six British Society of Magazine Editors awards, and written and edited a variety of books, most notably a personal history of Apple, 'iPod Therefore I Am', and the international bestselling biography, 'Jim Morrison: Dark Star'. Formerly an editor at i-D, The Face, Arena, The Observer and The Sunday Times, he was also the Chairman of the BSME in 1995 and the Chairman of Fashion Rocks Monaco, for the Prince's Trust.