Welcome Zalehah Turner – Rochford Street Review Associate Editor

Turner 2.tifRochford Street Review is delighted to welcome Zalehah Turner on board as an Associate Editor.

Zalehah is a Sydney based poet, photographer and critic currently completing her Bachelor of Arts in Communications majoring in writing and cultural studies at the University of Technology, Sydney. Her poems have appeared on the ticker wall in Federation Square, Melbourne as part of the Overload Poetry Festivals 2008 and 2009, exhibited at Mark and Remark at 107 Projects in May 2013, displayed in Adelaide and Canberra through the Australian Poetry Café Poets’ program, and published in conjunction with Writing Laboratory and Australian Poetry’s online magazine, Sotto. She also reviews films and theatre performances for the UTS student magazine and website, Vertigo and looks forward to her position as sub-editor of Vertigo this year.

Committed to encouraging and supporting the visibility of Australian poetry, literature, film, and culture, Zalehah Turner is thrilled to join Rochford Street Review.

Zalehah can be contacted at  zalehahlturner@rochfordstreetreview.com

 

 

36 thoughts on “Welcome Zalehah Turner – Rochford Street Review Associate Editor

  1. Pingback: Clever and amusing: Zalehah Turner reviews The Sydney Theatre Company’s production of ‘Arcadia’ by Tom Stoppard | Rochford Street Review

  2. Pingback: Diverse and thought-provoking: Zalehah Turner reviews the 20th Biennale of Sydney | Rochford Street Review

  3. Pingback: Issue 17 January 2016 – March 2016 – Index | Rochford Street Review

  4. Pingback: The 63rd Sydney Film Festival: twelve days of captivating and life-changing cinema | Rochford Street Review

  5. Pingback: The Vivid Landscape: Zalehah Turner previews this year’s Vivid Sydney | Rochford Street Review

  6. Pingback: Bjork Digital: Listen to Bjork Discuss her latest work | Rochford Street Review

  7. Pingback: ‘The Lifeblood of the Poetry Communities Across Australia’: Zalehah Turner reviews The Australian Poets Festival | Rochford Street Review

  8. Pingback: ‘Growing Poetry’: Zalehah Turner reviews the Red Room Company’s New Shoots | Rochford Street Review

  9. Pingback: Kleber Mendonça Filho wins the 63rd Sydney Film Prize for the “compelling and relevant,” Aquarius: review by Zalehah Turner | Rochford Street Review

  10. Pingback: Ivan Sen’s Goldstone: “a drama charged thriller which moves to the beat of the sacred land”- Zalehah Turner reviews the film that opened the 63rd Sydney Film Festival | Rochford Street Review

  11. Pingback: Issue 19 Featured Writers Part 1: New Shoots commissioned poets, Mark Tredinnick, Eileen Chong and Eric Avery (curated by Zalehah Turner) -Biographical Note | Rochford Street Review

  12. Pingback: Issue 19 Featured Writers Part 1: New Shoots commissioned poems by Mark Tredinnick, Eileen Chong and Eric Avery-curated by Zalehah Turner | Rochford Street Review

  13. Pingback: Australian Poetry’s Cafe Poet Program (2009-2014) and contributing Café Poet bios (curated by Zalehah Turner) | Rochford Street Review

  14. Pingback: ‘Minus Minus’ (extract)- Claine Keily | Rochford Street Review

  15. Pingback: ‘Not Thinking About the Circus, at the Circus’ by Angela Gardner | Rochford Street Review

  16. Pingback: ‘Swimming in the Southern Ocean’- Rachael Mead | Rochford Street Review

  17. Pingback: ‘Amsterdam towards winter’ by Kate Rees | Rochford Street Review

  18. Pingback: ‘CONTRAST II’- Skye Loneragan | Rochford Street Review

  19. Pingback: ‘QUIETUDE’ by Mark Niehus | Rochford Street Review

  20. Pingback: ‘Transparent City’/ ‘Ville filigrane’, ‘Snapshot’/ ‘Instantané’ and ‘Powder Puff’- Daniel H. Dugas | Rochford Street Review

  21. Pingback: ‘The glass table’- Mark Liston | Rochford Street Review

  22. Pingback: Good things come in threes: Poems by Alysha Herrmann, Janette Dadd and Indigo Eli | Rochford Street Review

  23. Pingback: A gnome by Geoffrey Prince, ‘All the galaxies’ by Diane Caney and ‘Lap, lap.’ by Miriam Dale | Rochford Street Review

  24. Pingback: Featured Artists ‘Engrybirdz’- Dorit Goldman (dis_Object) and Mel Baveas (der_melicious): Biographical Note | Rochford Street Review

  25. Pingback: Featured Writer Mohammad Ali Maleki: Biographical Note (curated by Zalehah Turner) | Rochford Street Review

  26. Pingback: ‘Hope’, ‘The Golden Wheat’, ‘Dry Land’ and ‘The Strong Sunflower’ by Mohammad Ali Maleki | Rochford Street Review

  27. Pingback: Almodóvar returns to “the universe of women” with ‘Julieta’ | Rochford Street Review

  28. Pingback: New Shoots Poetry Prizes: the Shortlists | Rochford Street Review

  29. Pingback: New Shoots Poetry Prizes: the winners and highly commended | Rochford Street Review

  30. Pingback: New Shoots Poetry Prize 2016 Special Commendation: ‘Tears of Stone’ by Mohammad Ali Maleki | Rochford Street Review

  31. Pingback: ‘Anneslea fragrans’ (the spitting plant): Zalehah Turner interviews Magdalena Ball, highly commended for the New Shoots Poetry Prize 2016 | Rochford Street Review

  32. Pingback: ‘our primitive lives’: Zalehah Turner interviews John Bennett, highly commended for the New Shoots Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney Poetry Prize 2016 | Rochford Street Review

  33. Pingback: ‘Leaving Wilona’: Zalehah Turner interviews, John Karl Stokes, winner of the New Shoots Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney Poetry Prize 2016 | Rochford Street Review

  34. Pingback: A thought-provoking, immersive multimedia experience: Zalehah Turner reviews EXIT at UNSW Galleries | Rochford Street Review

  35. Pingback: A thought-provoking, immersive multimedia experience: Zalehah Turner reviews ‘EXIT’ at UNSW Galleries | Rochford Street Review

  36. Pingback: ‘Fallen Myrtle Trunk’ by Stuart Cooke: Zalehah Turner interviews the winner of the New Shoots Poetry Prize 2016 | Rochford Street Review

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