Jeremy Atherton Lin is an Asian-American essayist. He is the author of the Los Angeles Times bestseller and National Book Critics Circle Award winner Gay Bar (2021), selected as a book of the year by critics at the New York Times, NPR, Artforum and Vogue. Jeremy has contributed to the Times Literary Supplement, The Yale Review, the Guardian, The White Review, ArtReview, The Face, Frieze, Granta, GQ and Fantastic Man. His essay ‘The Wrong Daddy,’ a National Magazine Award finalist, was anthologised in Best American Magazine Writing 2022. He has been shortlisted for the Randy Shilts Award and the Fitzcarraldo Editions Essay Prize, and longlisted for the Jhalak Prize for writers of colour based in the UK. Art writing commissions include Hayward Gallery and National Trust. Lecturing engagements include Cornell University, 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 University of California Los Angeles. His next book Deep House, a cultural memoir of binational romance before gay marriage, will be published by Little, Brown (N. America) and Allen Lane/Penguin (UK) in 2024. He lives in Los Angeles and East Sussex, England.