Future plans

Things I’m working on at the moment that might get completed at some point.

The Meat Wagon

When civilisation came to an end, the members of the Wart Hogs Motorcycle Club had been too busy partying to notice. They had been to the annual Smoky Bears Picnic and Music Festival in Derbyshire. A whole weekend of drink and drugs-fuelled debauchery away from the nine to five grind of factory life. A weekend in which they got to live their dreams of a biker-lifestyle, surrounded by their own kind in an old aircraft hangar in the middle of nowhere. But can they survive full time in a world gone mad?

Reclaim the Nation

16 year-old Jordan was brought up by her ex-punk father to have a healthy disrespect for authority. “Stay away from the police,” he taught her from a young age. “They will beat you up and then do you for assaulting their fists with your face.” When she enrols in the local college, she meets an anarchist group planning a London demonstration with military precision. But when it goes wrong, she finds herself facing an army of police looking for heads to crack open. Armed only with a camcorder, can she survive long enough to get her footage out to the media? And will the media care anyway?

Stiggy’s Last Stand

What Stiggy did after the events in Punk Faction.

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A ska festival brings skinheads from all over the country to the sleepy seaside town of Cleethorpes.

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About Marcus Blakeston

Ex-shouting poet, ex-fanzine writer, ex-angry young man (now growing old disgracefully). Living in sunny Yorkshire with his wife, children and motorcycle, Marcus still has a healthy distrust of all forms of authority.
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