Michael Wilding’s Spiked review of Displacement

MICHAEL WILDING’S SPIKED REVIEW OF DISPLACEMENT Very pleased to say that the renowned Australian writer Michael Wilding has reviewed Displacement handsomely for Spiked. Here’s the link – http://www.spiked-online.com/spiked-review/article/the-loneliness-of-the-high-rise-free-runner/20005#.WVmAJjOZNok And here’s the text. Thanks, Michael. The loneliness of the long distance free-runner Through all the formal variations of the English novel, one theme recurs: the two nations. The huge… Continue reading

New review of Displacement, by poet Liam Guitar

The June issue of Chronicles contains a top-notch review of Displacement, by the poet Liam Guitar (whose Anhaga is just out, and highly recommended). Liam says, “Turner’s descriptions of London are one of the highlights…The city becomes a character: old, vibrant, curled along its river, evoked in swift effective sentences creating precise and memorable images. The prose… Continue reading