journalist and reviewer, The Times, The Sunday Times
Clive Davis has been writing on music and literature for The Times since 1987, and for The Sunday Times since 1994. He has been a media fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, and has made Radio 4 documentaries about the novelist Richard Wright and the journalist and historian William L Shirer. He started his career as a reporter and editor at West Indian World newspaper in Haringey, before joining the BBC as a news trainee. He has also written for the Independent, New Statesman and Songlines magazine, and has blogged for The Spectator. He currently spends too much time on Twitter.
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