Authors

  • Jordan Mooney

    Icon, muse, catalyst and the most recognisable female face of punk, Jordan was described as “the first Sex Pistol” by Derek Jarman, Jon Savage and ...
  • Damo Suzuki

    Damo Suzuki was born Kenji Suzuki in the outskirts of Tokyo in 1950. Leaving home one day after his 18th birthday to travel to Europe. Arriving in ...
  • Paul Woods

    Paul Woods co-wrote I Am Damo Suzuki with Damo Suzuki. His previous titles include The Curious Life and Work of Scott Walker (Omnibus Press) and re...
  • Kenneth Womack

    Kenneth Womack is a world-renowned authority on the Beatles and their enduring cultural influence. Ken's Beatles-related books include Long and Win...
  • Peter Benjaminson

    Peter Benjaminson is the author or co-author of nine other books, including The Lost Supreme: The Life of Dreamgirl Florence Ballard; Mary Wells: T...
  • Bill Haley Jr

    Bill Haley Jr is a writer, reporter, editor and magazine publisher. After writing a term paper about his famous father as an undergrad at Temple Un...
  • Steve Lamacq

    Steve Lamacq is acknowledged as one of the UK's most avid supporters of new bands, and currently presents his show on BBC Radio 6 Music 4 - 7pm wee...
  • Zoe Howe

    Zoë Howe is the author of acclaimed music biographies including Typical Girls? The Story Of The Slits, Barbed Wire Kisses: The Jesus & Mary Cha...
  • Celeste Bell

    Celeste Bell is a musician and part-time further education lecturer. As well producing a documentary film about her mother, Poly Styrene: I Am a Cl...
  • Mike Barnes

    Mike Barnes is a music journalist and regular contributor to Mojo, The Wire and Prog. He is the author of A New Day Yesterday: UK Progressive Rock ...
  • Graham Fellows

    Graham Fellows is a comedy actor and musician, best known for creating the characters of John Shuttleworth and Jilted John.
  • Paul Zollo

    Paul Zollo is a singer-songwriter, author, photographer, and music writer. Conducted as editor of SongTalk, his interviews with some of the world’s...