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Irving Ned Landesman (15 July 1919 – 20 February 2011) was an American publisher, nightclub proprietor and writer long resident in London.

He and his wife Fran Landesman founded the Crystal Palace, a cabaret located in St. Louis. In 1948 Landesman founded Neurotica, a poetry magazine "by and for neurotics." He wrote the unpublished novel The Nervous Set, later adapted as a play.




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