WRITER, EDITOR, ARTIST
April 2018, Semiotext(e)/Tuskar Rock
‘A smart, allusive meditation on longing, on solitude, on the lure of cities and on the sheer fragility of experience and feeling’
‘This luminous philosophical novel casts dye into the spaces between things, the gaps between certainties, colours them visible, valuable. Sometimes these take the form and hue of a train journey, or time spent in a city, or the pause between two emails. Sometimes you could call them love’
Lauren Elkin, author of Flâneuse
'A novel about love in digital spaces that takes the time to breathe, exhaling into the muggy air of real places. A bereft protagonist is consoled by the energy of philosophical fragments and messy objects. Walsh has surgical expertise in the dissection of online excitements and misdirections but puts us in the sensual world of Dior lipsticks and perfecto jackets. The result is bracing. it’s a new real where our emotions are always betwixt and between our devices and what feels like the ache in our heart.'
Sherry Turkle, Professor of the Social Studies of Science, MIT. Author, Evocative Objects: Things We Think With
I was awarded an Arts Foundation Fellowship for the manuscript of Break.up.
Please get in touch with me for review copies, interview requests etc using the form at the bottom of this page.
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