Ed Glinert

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Ed Glinert was born in Dalston, London, and read Classical Hebrew at Manchester University. In 1983 he set up City Life, Manchester's listings magazine, and he has since worked for Radio Times, Private Eye and Mojo. He is the co-author of Fodor's Rock & Roll Traveler USA and Fodor's Rock & Roll Traveler Great Britain and Ireland, and recently edited The Diary of a Nobody by George and Weedon Grossmith, and annotated two volumes of Sherlock Holmes stories, all for Penguin Classics.

The author of The Literary Guide to London, The London Compendium, East End Chronicles and West End Chronicles, he writes a regular column for Time Out on the streets of London and leads a variety of walks for a major London walking tours company.

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