“I wonder that so many people have written, who might have let it alone” (Dr. Johnson)
This is where the kind (or masochistically inclined) can find a few of my articles, plus details of various books. I have written on subjects ranging from arts to topography, for journals including the Times, Sunday Telegraph, Economist, Daily Mail, Spectator, Literary Review, Irish Times, Country Life, New Welsh Review, Unherd, Chronicles, American Conservative, Modern Age, University Bookman, Bournbrook, The Agonist, The Lady, Spectator Australia, Quadrant, and Spiked. I accept blame for several novels – A Modern Journey, Displacement, Sea Changes, with more aborning. My first non-fiction book, Edge of England: Landfall in Lincolnshire, has just been published. My main areas of interest are English literature, British topography, European culture and history, ecology, folklore, and politics.
I also edit The Brazen Head – www.brazen-head.org – an online quarterly of culture and current affairs.
I lurk in one of the obscurest of the old Anglo-Saxon kingdoms, but can quite often be found at editor[a]brazen-head.org
I’m on Twitter too – @DerekTurner1964