Leslie Stuart Tate's writing adapts elements of his life. Living near London, teaching English to Asylum Seekers and university students, admirer of Lowell, Berryman, Joyce, Woolf and Marilynne Robinson, he is the partner of Sue Hampton, children's novelist. His wild 60s rebellion, seen as the first steps towards self-awareness, is the theme of his poetic, character-led novel Aphrodite's Children, published by Pegasus. Believing in passionate complexity, he writes from the head and the heart about love, authenticity, generational change and matters of soul.
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