Jeremy Atherton Lin is an Asian-American essayist based in Los Angeles and East Sussex, England. His debut book Gay Bar (2021) received the National Book Critics Circle Award for Autobiography and was named a pick of the year by critics at the New York Times, NPR, Artforum, Spin and Vogue. Jeremy has contributed to the Times Literary Supplement, the Guardian, the Observer, Frieze, The Face, GQ, World of Interiors, Fantastic Man, Granta, The White Review and The Yale Review, from which his work was anthologised in Best American Magazine Writing 2022. He has been nominated for the Randy Shilts Award, National Magazine Award, Fitzcarraldo Editions Essay Prize and Jhalak Prize. Art writing commissions include Hayward Gallery and National Trust. Lecturing engagements include Cornell University, University of Southern California, The Courtauld, Royal College of Art, Birkbeck University and Uppsala Universitet. Jeremy has created programmes for NTS Radio and performed at institutions including Moderna Museet Stockholm and UCLA. His second book Deep House will be published by Little, Brown (N. America) and Penguin (UK).