Eddie Linden
35 Arkwright Road, Hampstead, London

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Name: Eddie Linden
Category: Publisher

Person Summary:

Born John Edward Glackin in Motherwall on 5 May 1935, Eddie Linden grew up in Bellshill, Lanarkshire, and moved to London in the late 1950s, where he published the renowned long-running poetry journal Aquarius, and also wrote his own poems, which have been published in two collections, City of Razors (1980) and A Thorn in the Flesh (2011). He was also active in the Catholic Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, and co-founded the Simon Community, a homeless charity. Also known as Eddie S. Linden.

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Years of Residence: 1964 - 1965
Source: 1964 and 1965 Electoral Registers

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Living with several other residents in a house of multiple occupancy. Linden was an activist with the Catholic Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament and the Simon Community, a newly established homeless charity he had helped to set up.

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35 Arkwright Road
United Kingdom

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Multi-storey house.

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