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Publicity Bulletin Monday 26th February 2018

Monday, 26 February 2018 17:07:09 Europe/London

Kurt Vonnegut: Complete Stories was reviewed in the London Review of Books.
Article by author Vanessa Nicolson in Psychologies.
Gravesend was reviewed in The Heald, Sunday Sport and Crime Time.


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0 Comments | Posted in Reviews & Events by Sarah Mather

Publicity Bulletin 3rd May 2017

Wednesday, 3 May 2017 12:28:15 Europe/London

The LRB showcase Chomsky
Grovel is all over My Favorite Thing is Monsters
The New York Times love Underground Fugue

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0 Comments | Posted in Reviews & Events by Clare Holloway

Publicity Bulletin 3rd January 2017

Tuesday, 3 January 2017 16:21:48 Europe/London

Angela Davis recommends From #BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation
Wonders Will Never Cease causes a stir in Times Literary Supplement
Whisky Japan wins at the Gourmand Awards

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0 Comments | Posted in Reviews & Events by Clare Holloway

Publicity Bulletin 6th July 2015

Monday, 6 July 2015 15:57:43 Europe/London

This week's publicity includes:

Ferrante Fever continues as The Sunday Times select My Brilliant Friend as one of their Top Choices for Best Reads on the Beach
Saatchi's Dead dazzles magazines
Ventoux kicks up a storm as cycling season comes in
Kim Gordon picks I'm With the Band as her favourite book about music in The Guardian 

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0 Comments | Posted in Reviews & Events by Sarah Wray

Turnaround Monthly Newsletter February 2015

Monday, 2 February 2015 17:05:33 Europe/London

February’s book of the month is This House of Grief, a remarkable piece of true crime from Helen Garner. We’re also supporting LGBT History Month and #weneeddiversebooks with a series of blogs about our favourite diverse books for children. To see our bestsellers and for all other news, click here.

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0 Comments | Posted in Reviews & Events by Jenn Thompson

Float Books - Essential Carnival Reading

Friday, 22 August 2014 13:04:45 Europe/London

August is a contrary old thing, isn’t it? Never quite deciding whether to be part of Summer or Autumn, it annually sits on the fence, teasing us into thinking that, this time, it might be sunny for more than two days. Like Mary Berry, August is ostensibly placid and good-natured, inducing a cosy childhood nostalgia – but prone to unleashing venomous storms without warning and without mercy (OK, perhaps I’ve been a bit harsh on Mez-Bez there – but it’s only a metaphor, Bake Off fans). Anyway, despite the often tempestuous nature of August’s weather, there is plenty to be relied upon: music festivals, test cricket, the ever-earlier start of the Premier League, somebody spotting a shark/whale/kraken off Cornwall and, of course, the annual street blowout that is Notting Hill Carnival. In celebration of the carnival arriving this weekend, I’ve dug out some particularly Caribbean-flavoured books to feature in this edition of Back Catablog. First up, if you’re hosting a pre-post-or during party to celebrate this carnival weekend, you’ll be needing some delicious and foolproof recipe ideas for Caribbean-style treats. Look no further than Caribbean Cooking & Menus (LMH Publishing, £6.99) for inspiration. And if you’re in the mood for something brightly coloured to drink (and let’s be honest, who isn’t?) then Jamaican Cocktails and Mixed Drinks (LMH Publishing, £11.99) should see you coasting through the weekend in a haze of pineapple chunks and paper umbrellas. Along with rum, the Caribbean’s other best known export is its music: reggae in particular. Producer extraordinaire Bunny ‘Striker’ Lee was at the heart of some of the most seminal music ever to leave Jamaica, producing Delroy Wilson, John Holt and Eric Donaldson, before shifting his focus to the burgeoning dub scene with his friend and collaborator King Tubby. Reggae Going International (Jamaican Recordings, £17.99) is a candid account of Lee’s time on the scene, and features a CD of some of his key recordings – the perfect soundtrack to Notting Hill, perhaps? And if you’re after a more socially-minded outlook on Caribbean culture, Thomas Glave’s exploratory and revealing collection of essays Among The Bloodpeople (Akashic, £11.99) should fit the bill for a deeper look at the issues facing the area today. Finally, if it’s good crime fiction you’re after, Akashic’s extraordinary Noir series is guaranteed to cover all corners of the globe – check out their exemplary collections on Kingston, Havana and Haiti (Akashic, all £9.99) for a great primer in the murky world of Caribbean noir. If you’re headed to the carnival (or even if you’re not), have a splendid Bank Holiday – I’ll be the one with all the purple feathers on and paper umbrellas sticking out of my hair.Read More
0 Comments | Posted in Blog by Tom Clayton

Costume Drama - MCM London Comic-Con 2014

Wednesday, 28 May 2014 10:10:12 Europe/London

I’m going to lay this little disclaimer on the line right away: I am no expert on comics or superheroes. My flirtations with them as a child were brief and quickly superseded by books about dinosaurs. By the time I discovered football, Lego, bird-watching and Terry Pratchett novels, there was precious little occupiable space left in my tweenage brain to accommodate Spider-Man and his kinfolk. And when superheroes came roaring back into the public consciousness a few years ago with the release of a new wave of films (namely Batman Begins, the Spider-Man effort with Tobey Maguire and Kirsten Dunst and the first of the 5,348 X-Men vehicles), I was there, but mainly for all the cool explosions.

However, this weekend at the MCM (Movies Comic Media) Comic-Con at the planet-sized Excel Arena, I dearly wished I’d absorbed at least some basic super-knowledge. Not that anyone cared about my painful lack of nous – everyone who I spoke to was friendly, non-judgmental and more than willing to impart portions of their formidable expertise. And the sheer range of dedicated fandom was quite extraordinary: a pageant of colour and noise. Never before have I stood out more wearing a grey jumper. The big attractions at our stall? Attack on Titan: Colossal Edition (Kodansha Comics, £42.99), the latest addition to a mega-phenomenon which is only going to get bigger (seriously: if you haven’t heard about it, you soon will). We also saw huge love for the ever popular Fairy Tail (Kodansha Comics, £7.99 each), and Sailor Moon series (Kodansha Comics, £7.99 each). And honourable mention must go to the adorable kitten Chi and her Sweet Home series (Vertical, £9.99 each), who had people of all ages making high-pitched noises all weekend.

Our favourite costumes of the show? It’s a tie between wheelchair-bound Iron Man (complete with weapon-loaded, yellow-and-red wheels), an intense girl sitting on the floor cradling a blue egg, and the man who, faced with so many choices of costume, settled for none and just wore a saucepan on his head.

As wave after wave of Pokémon, Super Marios, Spider-Men and, er, various princesses paraded past our stand, I began to get the nagging feeling that I wasn’t having as much fun as I could be having. Maybe I could just… nip over to the wig stall… and buy… a blue wig? Or a neon tail attachment? What were these confusing emotions? Why could I not get over the overwhelming urge to buy a four-foot stuffed Charmander? I think my inner geek, having been kept occupied with other things for so long, is now waiting to get out…  So, if you’re reading this and you’d like to recommend me something in the way of comics new or old, series I should be watching or games I should be playing, then get in touch! We’d love to hear from you.   

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0 Comments | Posted in Blog by Tom Clayton

Calling all Couch Potatoes and Movie Maniacs!

Friday, 1 November 2013 16:51:27 Europe/London

The clocks have gone back, the days are getting shorter, and don’t forget to grab your hat and scarf because it’s only going to get colder! November is the month where winter really starts to kick in, and for many, this means retreating indoors to enjoy an exciting new TV show or revisit a classic film. 2013 is no exception, and this year marks a number of poignant anniversaries that are being celebrated in television, in addition to a flurry of exciting new film releases. Here at Turnaround, we love to celebrate the literary side of things, and have a number of titles that will fit perfectly in line with your eclectic viewing tastes. So dig out those extra layers, and we will dig out some of the best film and TV related titles to see you through the month ahead.

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0 Comments | Posted in Blog by Turnaround Publisher Services
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