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Adam Mars-Jones (born 26 October 1954) is a British novelist and critic.

He was born in London, studied at Westminster School, and read Classics at Trinity Hall, Cambridge. He is a regular contributor to The Guardian, The Observer, The Times Literary Supplement, and BBC Television's Newsnight Review.

His first collection of stories, Lantern Lecture (1981), won a Somerset Maugham Award. Other works include Monopolies of Loss (1992) and The Darker Proof: Stories from a Crisis (1987), which was co-written with Edmund White. His first novel, The Waters of Thirst, was published in 1993. Blind Bitter Happiness (1997), a collection of essays, includes 'Venus Envy', and was originally published in the CounterBlasts series in 1990.

Pilcrow (2008) is his second novel.

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