Brian Turner

Brian Turner is a writer and musician living in Orlando, Florida. He curates The Kiss series at Guernica, soon to be published as an anthology by W.W. Norton & Company (2018). He has published a memoir, My Life as a Foreign Country (W. W. Norton, 2015), two collections of poetry—Here, Bullet (2005) and Phantom Noise (2010), and co-edited The Strangest of Theatres (McSweeney’s/The Poetry Founda-tion, 2013). He is currently at work on a second memoir, “The Wild Delight of Wild Things,” and an album of music, “11 11 (Me, Smiling),” with his group, The Inter-planetary Acoustic Team. His late wife, the poet Ilyse Kusnetz, will have her second collection of poems, Angel Bones, published by Alice James Books in May 2019.

Georgia Review Archive for Brian Turner

Gilgamesh, in Fossil Relief; Body Bags; & Here, Bullet

Hwy 1; The Al-Harishma Weapons Market; Observation Post #71; Two Stories Down; Autopsy; Dreams from the Malaria Pills (Barefoot); Tigris River Blues; Scales; Cole’s Guitar; & 9-Line Medevac