Author Heathcote Williams
I don’t like to analyze myself because I might not like what I see – Donald Trump
Forensic and passionate, eloquent and polemical, Heathcote Williams’s meticulous prose roars with righteous anger – Jeremy Hardy
“His defence of bankers’ greed is Bullingdon morality, pure and simple.”
In death it has become a testament to the folly of man, more deserving of derision than the Dodo.
Apply to the 120 club. As soon as you join, just say: “I’m not going to die”, adding, “So far, so good”.
No sooner than you’re on someone’s wavelength, then suddenly they’re whisked away from you. Heathcote Williams on the death of David Bowie.
Poetry had to unsettle, subvert, with luck destroy, whatever stopped human beings thinking freely and acting justly.