The Story of John Nightly is a novel about the nature of creativity – at the level of genius. It mixes real and imagined lives in the tale of a young singer-songwriter.
John Nightly (b. 1948) finds his dimension in pop music, the art form of his time, and his solo album becomes the third best-selling record of 1970. But success turns out to have side effects.
After a dazzling career, John renounces his gift, denying music and his very being, until he is rediscovered thirty years later by a teenage saviour dude who persuades him to restore his quasi-proto-multi-media eco-mass, the Mink Bungalow Requiem.
Can John Nightly be brought back to life again?
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Tot Taylor (Editor)
Tot Taylor is a writer, composer and art curator who occupies his time writing words and music and curating art exhibitions for the Riflemaker Gallery in London, which he co-founded.His musical work includes the score for the National Theatre's ei...