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Gay Bar: Why We Went Out (2021)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

About Jeremy Atherton Lin

The American-born writer and essayist Jeremy Atherton Lin is well known for writing in a creative and evocative style that gets the message across in a clear and succinct manner. This has proven to be hugely successful for him over the years, as he has made a name for himself, reaching a worldwide audience. From this his work has gone on to inspire readers from around the world, establishing him as someone with something important to say. With critics and the general public citing his praises, he has fast become a household name for many the world over. This is, in large part, due to the universality of his voice that resonates on a personal level quite unlike any other.

Writing extensively both online and off, he’s written for a number of different prestigious outlets, with many providing a large platform for his work. This has seen his work reach many, and through this he has provided an important voice to many equally important and essential issues. Knowing his audience, he still says exactly what it is that he wants to say, not compromising his voice and perspective for anyone. Providing a document of his own life and experiences, he aims to archive a time and place, bringing a wider sense of perspective to a number of different social issues. Resonating with readers because of this, he has really struck a chord with readers, as he articulates something new and unique.

There’s also his work in audiobooks as well, as he’s narrated proving his versatility both as an author and as an artist. Clearly depicting times and places, he’s extremely gifted at conjuring up images that create a strong and powerful impact on the page. Not only does this establish a clear visual in the mind of the reader, but it manages to articulate exactly what it is that he wants to say. Working on several different levels, his writing provides multiple viewpoints as well, offering an ongoing sense of discourse with the reader. This is something that he will continue doing for a long time to come, as he’s definitely a writer with a lot more to say.

Early and Personal Life

Growing up in California in the United States, Jeremy Atherton Lin would be hugely passionate about writing growing up. Moving to London later on, he’d continue to write, while finding his own identity as an author with something to say. This would progress through the years, allowing him to become the writer that he currently is today, speaking about his own experiences.

Continually drawing inspiration from the world around him, he’d put it all back into her work and has essays and writing. Attending the Royal College of Art, he would study on the Writing MA there, all the while establishing his own personal brand. Still writing to this very day, he continues to write regularly and consistently, and there’s a lot more to come yet.

Writing Career

Starting out as an essayist, Jeremy Atherton Lin would feature in a variety of different publications, as well as appearing himself as a spokesperson for him and his craft. Appearing on platforms such as NPR and BBC Radio 4, he’d establish his own name, as well as writing many different pieces. In 2021 he would then go on and write his first full non-fiction title ‘Gay Bar: Why We Went Out,’ which would look back upon the legacy of the gay bar. This would see him gain many plaudits, as he’s gone on to become one of the leading figures currently writing in his field to date, and there’s a lot more planned on the horizon.

Gay Bar: Why We Went Out

This would be the first book to be released by Jeremy Artherton Lin, and it wouldn’t be a part of any overall series as such. Originally published in 2021 on the 9th of February, it was first brought out through the ‘Little, Brown and Company’ publishing label. Introducing Lin to many as a writer for the first time it would really work to establish and cement his style in the long-form. There would be many glowing reviews of the book, as it would be a non-fiction title working to document a set period in time.

Once an important institution in helping determine and shape the gay identity, the gay bar has been hugely influential in defining a scene. Recently, though, they’ve begun to close down, as Jeremy Artherton Lin looks at the end of an era, seeing how it’s come about and what it means. Taking a transatlantic journey around the world, he looks back at the previous decades of their history, and how they came to be. He then looks at their future, and how this could potentially alter the shifting cultural identity surrounding the LGBT scene. Offering his own personal perspective, it’s an intimate look at what this scene once meant, using Lin’s own experiences and understanding.

The book uses poetical language to help shape this fascinating look at an ever shifting scene, capturing a place and period in time. There’s everything here, from the social upheaval of the 1970s and gay civil rights at the time, to the AIDS epidemic and what that meant. It’s handled with tact and sensitivity, really making for an interesting and in-depth portrayal of the culture that grew up around the gay bar. Clear and accessible, it’s relevant for everyone, regardless of their own background, making for an extremely engaging and compelling read.

Previous Essays

Over the years, Jeremy Atherton Lin has provided his much needed voice to a range of different issues through a variety of different outlets. From the ‘Times Literary Supplement’ to the ‘Literary Hub’ and ‘Noon,’ many publications would provide him with a platform. This would all see him further establish his voice through essays such as ‘Death in the Age of Instagram’ in 2018, and ‘A Good Old Fashioned Hit of Poppers’ in 2020. These would all work to establish him as the voice he currently is today, as his writing career would carry on growing onwards and upwards.

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