Harry Paterson is an author and freelance journalist based in the UK.
He has contributed articles on music, politics, poetry, popular culture, and current affairs to many publications, both in print and online; including Classic Rock Magazine, Powerplay Rock and Metal Magazine, Bass Guitar Magazine and Sabotage Times.
He is the author of Look Back in Anger; The Miners’ Strike in Nottingham – 30 Years On and Making Plans for Nigel: a Beginner’s Guide to Farage and UKIP. Both published by Five Leaves Publications and available to order online here.
He also works as a research assistant for renowned author, journalist and broadcaster Mick Wall, most recently on two of the acclaimed writer’s biggest titles; AC/DC: Hell Ain’t a Bad Place to Be and Black Sabbath: Symptom of the Universe.
Originally from Alloa in Scotland, he lives in Nottingham, England, with his wife, freelance photographer, Sue. He has three children, one granddaughter, too many cats and not enough books. He plays guitar badly, stud poker erratically, chess with a growing consistency and eight and nine-ball pool with a degree of proficiency. He also loves Indian food, anything from the Laphroaig distillery, Alloa Athletic and books. Passionately. Oh, and the symphonies of Gustav Mahler. Equally passionately. Go figure…