Alan Green

Summary

Alan Green is a writer and blues harmonica player from Knottingley, West Yorkshire.  A veteran of many a short term contract, he knows his way around the warehouse estate. A passionate researcher of local history, he is acknowledged as an authority on Knottingley’s Wild West hero, Ben Thompson. A book on Thompson is an ongoing, long-term project. He has a daughter, Jessica, and lives in Pontefract.

Three of his stories appear in Warehouse and his story ‘Devon’ features in Route Compendium.

Reviews

Reviews for Warehouse

Books

Route Compendium

Route Compendium (Route 17) is a riot of contemporary stories that brings together in printed form a series of distinguished collections which were initially published online. Contains probably the funniest story Route has ever published.

‘The sharpest, on the button writing you’ll read all year. Route could soon start taking on a Samizdat level of importance as it quietly ushers in the beginnings of a much needed literary renaissance.’ – The Big Issue

Warehouse

Funk, blues and short fiction collection created by a generation of young men of unfortunate destiny.

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