Feargus O’Sullivan

About Feargus

Feargus O’Sullivan is a London-born writer and journalist. His first book, a collection of recipes from films called PULP KITCHEN, was published by Boxtree in October 2007. He writes weekly as restaurant critic for The London Paper and is a regular contributor to several other newspapers and magazines, having written major pieces for The Guardian, as well as a weekly column on food and film for The Times.

Beyond his writing experience, he also worked as a lecturer in film history, an events curator for the National Film Theatre, a cultural adviser for a warlord in the Caucasus, a walking tour guide and a book dealer. He lives in London and Berlin.

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