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Fryer, Jonathan

FRYER, Jonathan

FRYER, Jonathan. British, b. 1950. Genres: History, Theology/Religion, Third World, Biography. Career: Freelance writer and broadcaster, mainly for the BBC; Reuters correspondent, London and Brussels, 1973-74; School of Journalism, University of Nairobi, Kenya, visiting lecturer, 1976; World Council of Churches, Geneva, consultant, 1979-82; Earthscan Features, London, editor, 1986-87; member, Executive, English Pen, 1989-; Liberal International (British Group), chairman, 1989-92; Honorary Counsul, (in London) of Mauritania, 1990-; executive committee, Association of Foreign Affairs Journalists, 1993-. Publications: The Great Wall of China, 1975; Isherwood, 1977; (with R. Dobson) Brussels as Seen by Naif Artists, 1979; Food for Thought, 1981; George Fox and the Children of Light, 1991; Eye of the Camera, 1993; Dylan, 1993; (with S. Bradford and J. Pearson) The Silwells, 1994; Robbie Ross: Oscar Wilde's Devoted Friend, 2000. Address: 140 Bow Common Lane, London E3 4BH, England.

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