11 Apr 2005
Deborah Curtis interview in The Guardian G2 
Laura Barton interviews Deborah Curtis in today's G2 section of The Guardian:

"'If somebody kills themself they've had the last word. And what they're saying is 'There's nothing you can say, nothing you can do'. And there's nothing more frustrating than that." Deborah Curtis's voice buckles a little and her head dips, almost imperceptibly. It has been 25 years since her husband Ian, lead singer of influential post-punk band Joy Division, took his own life, aged 23. He left behind Deborah, their one-year-old daughter, Natalie, and a music career that had barely begun."

Read the full article here.

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