Writer & photographer Josh GD interviewed me for HUCK Magazine. HUCK is a global magazine exploring the many facets of radical culture, be it surf, skate, snow, music, art, activism, pop culture, the environment and the world beyond. ‘Paul’s latest book Place Waste Dissent, is a meshing of poetry, investigative journalism, and zine-style collage, featuring photos from the area, the protests, and of the people who lived on Claremont Road. Published by the London-based Influx Press, the book pushes at the boundaries of genre, telling the gritty east London story through the eyes of the residents.’


Josh and HUCK have done a great job, filling the article with pages from Place Waste Dissent. You can read the article in full here.

Buy a copy of Place Waste Dissent here