Paul Burston

journalist, author, founder of the LGBT literary salon in London

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Journalist and author; founder of the LGBT literary salon in London

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Last Friday, on his 69th birthday,  David Bowie  released  Blackstar , his final album. Over the weekend, he died of cancer after 18 months of treatments.

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