Jemima Dury

Jemima Dury is a writer, editor, curator and archivist. She is a patron of Graeae Theatre Company, and an active volunteer and director for a number of mutual aid and social enterprise groups. She lives in Hastings, England, with her partner and three children, and is currently working on her first novel. In 2012 Jemima edited Hallo Sausages: The Lyrics of Ian Dury, (Bloomsbury Publishing, 2012), a book of her father’s lyrics, and wrote a short story about their relationship for My Old Man: Tales of Our Fathers, (ed. Tess Kessler. Canongate, 2016). 

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