Tony Judge - Writer
Tony Judge writes novels, short stories, satire and poetry. Sirocco Express, his first novel, describes the experiences of a young Nigerian student at the hands of people smugglers while travelling from Lagos to London. It is published by Wet Zebra Media. He has contributed short stories and flash fiction to several anthologies and many of his satires have been broadcast on Radio Wildfire.
Tony is the author of several non-fiction books and is a member of the UK Society of Authors. He lives in Worcestershire with his partner and their son.
. @tony_judge's Sirocco Express. An account of the terrible truths of human trafficking https://t.co/R3czhYvUwg pic.twitter.com/xEo4h5F3KY— Wet Zebra (@wetzebramedia) July 18, 2016
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Tony's first novel, Sirocco Express, describes the experiences of a young Nigerian student at the hands of people smugglers while travelling from Lagos to London, and has received many excellent reviews. A revised and re-published edition is now available to buy from a new publishing imprint Wet Zebra Media. Find out more about Sirocco Express.
In his second novel, The Whole Rotten Edifice (2010), a historical fiction set during the desperate defence of Moscow in 1941/2, a father and daughter fight for the Red Army: he as a general, she as a sniper.
Many of Tony's satires have been broadcast by www.radiowildfire.com.
He is the author of several non-fiction books, published by BWCS and ARCchart, and is a member of the UK Society of Authors.
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Tony is also a publisher: a director at Black Pear Press
He is a member of the UK Society of Authors
And a member of Worcester Writers' Circle
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Poet Polly Stretton
Playwright and humorist Mark Billen
Novelist and short story writer Rod Griffiths
Poet and wit Kieran Davis
Short story writer and poet Alan Durham
The Whole Rotten Edifice
During the desperate defence of Moscow in 1941/2, a father and daughter fight for the Red Army: he as a general, she as a sniper. After Moscow escapes from imminent disaster, both become involved in a series of battles to the west of the city. The famous Russian victories at Stalingrad, Kursk and Leningrad have overshadowed the offensives around Rzhev and Vyazma, because the latter failed.
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