Salt in the Milk - Ten Years in Istanbul

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About the author:
Sean Bw Parker (born 19 May 1975) is a writer, musician, artist and label manager. With the bands Scorpio Rising, Arch Inch, SPB, also solo and through his collaborations with experimental musician Ettuspadix, Parker has released six albums and numerous others on his Seraglio Point Productions label, including those by Mikey Georgeson (The Vessel from David Devant and His Spirit Wife), The Steve Dior Band and Metamono. He lived in Istanbul for ten years until 2014.
Parker is also a prolific writer, having published two books and with work appearing in Cosmopolitan, Time Out, NME.com, USA Today, Multicultural Guide and regularly for Louder Than War. He has made over 150 stage performances, appeared in 5 short films and radio and television a number of times. He has performed with Ed Harcourt, John Robb's The Membranes and Turkish art rock band Replikas, as well as at a number of Turkish festivals. A stammerer himself, Parker presented a TED talk at Istanbul's Kadir Has University titled 'Stammering and Creativity', one of the most watched internet videos on the subject.

Salt in the Milk - Ten Years in Istanbul
 

Authored by Sean Bw Parker

A strange ride between Europe and Asia, through the prism of Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the AKP's cultural revolution. The questionable exploits of the redoubtable Anthony H. Wolfstadt, the Istanbul Expat sit alongside published interviews with international music and cultural figures, from Throwing Muses' Kristin Hersh to Morrissey's songwriting partner Boz Boorer, from comedy writer extraordinaire David Stubbs to the Terror of Fleet St herself, Julie Burchill. Along with Parker's acerbic and wry criticism, 'Salt in the Milk' leaves a powerful aftertaste,


Publication Date:
2015-11-15
ISBN/EAN13:
1519311567 / 9781519311566
Page Count:
460
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Non-Classifiable / Non-Classifiable




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