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THE LAST WORD: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY
Edited by Phillip Ward & Laurence Watts
Available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble

Reviews
Jenna Orkin, Counterpunch
Darryl Reilly, Theatre Scene
Thom Cuell, Minor Literatures
Guy Kettelhack, Act Three

Interviews
Michael Muzzelli, 'Burgh Vivant
Robert Ince, Queen & Country Magazine

Charlotte Robinson, OUTTAKE VOICES™ (audio)
Interview with Phillip Ward



AND ONE MORE THING
Edited by Phillip Ward & Laurence Watts
The companion book to THE LAST WORD

Available on Amazon

Reviews
Jean Orkin, Counterpunch
Darryl Reilly, Theatre Scene
Andrew Alexander, Wussy Mag


QUENTIN CRISP: THE LAST WORD
A Stage Adaptation by
Phillip Ward & Brian Edward

Charlotte Robinson, OUTTAKE VOICES™ (au
dio)
Interview with Brian Edward


Br
oadway World on
QUENTIN CRISP: THE LAST WORD
World Premiere in Pittsburgh


ON THE INIMITABLE QUENTIN CRISP
Laurence Watts interviews Phillip Ward
Read it at Pink News now!


QUENTIN CRISP: THE NAKED BON VIVANT!
A Centennial Celebration of Tributes



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All Things Quentin Crisp!

The mission of The Quentin Crisp Archives is to preserve and maintain the manuscripts, letters, recordings, artwork by and about, and various artifacts and ephemera related to the life and legend of Quentin Crisp, and to promote his philosophy of individuality, self-acceptance, and tolerance.

This web site is an integral part of The Quentin Crisp Archives, providing news and information about "All Things Quentin Crisp!" So please check back this page for updates, as well as to review a variety of photographs and reminiscences by family and friends, and you. And to paraphrase Quentin, we thank you for your kind patience. Check back often this page for updates!

PHILLIP WARD
Archivist / Curator
Executor, Estate of Quentin Crisp
Representative for "All Things Quentin Crisp"



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EXHIBITIONIST BY QUENTIN CRISP
The transcript of an interview broadcast
in the Third Programme on 28 February 1964


THE ALTERNATIVE QUEEN’S MESSAGE
Read Quentin's 1993 text here!


IN CONVERSATION WITH ADAM MARS-JONES
British Library Archival Sound Recordings

BFI NATIONAL ARCHIVE PRESENTS
Bernard Braden's 1968 interview with Mr. Crisp











Quentin Crisp portrait copyrighted © by Marjory Dressler. All rights reserved. Used by permission.
Publicity still with Quentin Crisp and John Hurt, circa 1975.







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