Luke Turner is a London-based writer on place, music, politics and culture, and is one of the co-founders and editors of award-winning online arts magazine The Quietus. He also writes about memory and experience in the context of landscape and the natural world for the Caught By The River online journal and is currently researching and writing a book on the relationship between London, Epping Forest and the inhabitants of both, featuring the birth of the conservation movement, debate over land rights, violent crime, murder, uncanny goings-on, and plenty of sex. He also writes for The Guardian, Q, NME, Mojo, Vice and Dazed & Confused; has recently made a series of short films about cult musicians and is a regular contributor to BBC and Monocle radio.
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