2018 saw the extraordinary The Remembered Dead by Sally Minogue and Andrew Palmer published by Cambridge University Press. In a period where so much has been published about WWI, this intensely researched book offers new explorations of the poets of that traumatic time and also those poets who would reflect back to that period in their writing. Minogue and Palmer through their collaboration consider the complexity of "how to remember, and commemorate, those killed in conflict".
In late September 2018 a book launch and symposium took place at Canterbury Christ Church University. Here, alongside Sally, Andrew and Turner shortlisted artist Simon Patterson, I presented a paper which examined the concepts of memorialisation, repair and reparation in the aftermath of WWI.
I was honoured to have an image (made as part of my 2014 project on WWI memorialisation and the face) selected for this important publication's cover. The image Broken Faces II is a Polaroid lift and a detail from Broadstairs war memorial.