Notting Hill great

Notting Hill great

Tom Kremer founded Notting Hill Editions at the age of 80 to revive the art of the essay. Six years on and his long-held passion for the form has translated into publication of more than 50 titles, stocked in all manner of retailers, from Waterstones, Foyles and independent bookshops such as Daunt Books, through to even his local tailor.

Meeting on Kremer’s 87th birthday, he claims: “I do things that other people don’t. They may think of it, but they don’t do it.” Kremer’s self-belief has paid off more than once. He discovered and licensed the iconic Rubik’s Cube, a project many at the tim...

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