Writer Tony White is the author of many novels and short stories including Shackleton’s Man Goes South (Science Museum), Foxy-T (Faber and Faber) and Charlieunclenorfolktango (Codex), the non-fiction work Another Fool in the Balkans (Cadogan), and numerous short stories. he is the current chair for the board of London’s award-winning arts radio station Resonance 104.4fm.
Other recent books are Missorts Volume II (Situations), a novella that is published alongside his new permanent soundwork for Bristol, and Dicky Star and the garden rule (Forma), a novella commissioned alongside a series of works by the artists Jane and Louise Wilson to reflect upon the 25th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster. Tony also runs Piece of Paper Press, a lo-tech, sustainable imprint that is used to occasionally publish new writings and visual or graphic works by artists and writers and distribute them free. Since 1994 he’s collaborated with and published works by artists and writers including Joanna Walsh, Michael Moorcock, Liliane Lijn, Pavel Büchler, Peter Bunting, Barbara Campbell, Tim Etchells, Bruce Gilchrist, Halford+Beard, Elizabeth Magill, Penny McCarthy, James Pyman, Borivoj Radaković, Gordana Stanišić, Suzanne Treister, Alison Turnbull and others.
Shackleton’s Man Goes South (Science Museum), Foxy-T (Faber and Faber) and Charlieunclenorfolktango (Codex), the non-fiction work Another Fool in the Balkans (Cadogan), and numerous short stories. I chair the board of London’s award-winning arts radio station Resonance 104.4fm.
His novel Road Rage! was loosely set around the road protests of the nineties.
Here’s what it says about Road Rage! on the back cover:
Will Goodman is banged up after a road protest. Once freed, he embarks upon a journey back to the East End front line, but six months inside has left him feeling as horny as hell. After shagging a mysterious tattooed girl in a pub bog, he finds his cock covered in ancient Celtic runes!One his way to being reunited with his mates to do battle against the road builders, Will befriends a scruffy black dog called Bridey. He later discovers that the mysterious tattoos on his private parts hold the key to a vast and powerful ancient magic – but will it be powerful enough to stop the road building programme?
Road Rage! was launched in July 1997 at the former Tactical bar and bookshop on D’Arblay Street, Soho, with DJing from the majestic Knights of the Occasional Table.
There are still a limited number of mint condition Road Rage! paperback-only £24.00 per item plus £3.50 p&p