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Keiron Pim

Keiron Pim is the author of Endless Flight: The Life of Joseph Roth and Jumpin' Jack Flash: David Litvinoff and the Rock'n'Roll Underworld which was shortlisted for the Gordon Burn prize. As well as writing books and articles, Pim is a proofreader, editor and teacher of creative nonfiction. He lives in Norwich. Image c. Nick Stone
The Lives of Joseph Roth & Stefan Zweig
After Hitler came to power in 1933, celebrated Austrian – and Jewish – writers Joseph Roth and Stefan Zweig were forced to flee; Roth that very day, boarding a train to Paris. The pair enjoyed a peculiar friendship; in exile, the penniless but, in his own estimation, more talented Roth depended on the commercially successful Zweig for money. By 1942 they were both dead, Zweig by suicide, Roth from alcohol poisoning. Endless Flight author Keiron Pim and Na...
Keiron Pim and Miri Rubin Medieval Norwich
How was life for Jews in medieval England? Recent scholarship and a groundbreaking new translation of Hebrew poetry from Norwich shed light on a dark period of Anglo-Jewish history. Keiron Pim and Miri Rubin discuss the Jew Meir of Norwich and the writings of a monk, Thomas of Monmouth, the first Christian narrative to link Jews to child murder. Into the Light the Medieva...