Alwyn W Turner is a London-based writer of non-fiction whose work covers a diverse range of interests, from pulp fiction to politics, fashion to film, rock & roll to military bands. Running through it all is a fascination with the cultural and political history of Britain in the Twentieth Century. His most recent work is The Last Post: Music, Remembrance and the Great War.

Books in order of publication:

Tribute – 1995

Biba: The Biba Experience; Based on the PARI Collection – 2004

Welcome to Big Biba: Inside the Most Beautiful Store in the World – 2006

Crisis? What Crisis?: Britain in the 1970s – 2007

Halfway to Paradise: The Birth of British Rock – 2008

Magic Gardens: The Underwater Art of Susan Williams-Ellis – 2008

My Generation: The Glory Years of Rock – 2010

Rejoice! Rejoice!: Britain in the 1980s – 2010

Terry Nation: The Man Who Invented the Daleks – 2011

Things Can Only Get Bitter: The Lost Generation of 1992 – 2012

A Classless Society: Britain in the 1990s – 2013

Glam Rock: Dandies in the Underworld – 2013

The Last Post: World War I and the Music of Grief – 2015

I Ran With The Gang: My Life In and Out of the Bay City Rollers – 2018

All In It Together: England in the Early 21st Century – 2021