"Harry Whitewolf is one of the best kept secrets in alternative literature."
- Raegan Butcher
All proceeds from this book will be donated to food bank charities.
The Anti-Austerity Anthology confronts the draconian nature of modern austerity head-on. This powerful collection of short stories, poems and essays is brought to you by some of the indie author scene’s most talented and radical writers. Thoughtful, funny, tragic, angry, and filled with hope, each contributor uses their craft to speak out against the damning, ideologically-driven measures that are inflicted upon society.
As journalist and activist Steve Topple says in the foreword: “The rich are slowly eradicating the poor, creating a dystopian vision of society once often imagined in science fiction.” We can’t allow that to continue, so join the cause. The time for change is now.
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who the hell's harry whitewolf?
Harry Whitewolf is a writer doing his own thing.
He's the author of two ragamuffin travelling tales: Route Number 11 (about Harry's five-month drunken journey around Argentina; and across the borders to Paraguay, Chile and Brazil) and The Road To Purification (which describes his mad-as-fuck pot-smoking trip around Egypt). Harry has also written eight collections of distinctive contemporary poetry, including Underdogs Unite, New Beat Newbie, Two Beat Newbie, and the award-winning Rhyme and Rebellion.
Over the years, Harry has performed his poetry at the Portobello Festival, the Winchester literature fringe festival and numerous open mic. nights and gigs. These days however, he prefers making fun and quirky performance vids from the comfort of his smoky flat. You can find his performances on this website.
Harry's poetry has also appeared in five anthologies and you can find his wacky fiction in the unique book ReejecttIIon - a number two, which Harry co-authored with Daniel Clausen.
On top of all that, Harry somehow finds time for his day job as an article writer and illustrator.
Harry Whitewolf was born in England in 1976. He hopes to see world peace in his lifetime, and yes, Harry believes miracles are possible.