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Wrath James White

WRATH JAMES WHITE is a former World Class Heavyweight Kickboxer, a professional Kickboxing and Mixed Martial Arts trainer, distance runner, performance artist, and former street brawler, who is now known for creating some of the most disturbing works of fiction in print .

Wrath’s two most recent novels are THE RESURRECTIONIST and YACCUB’S CURSE. He is also the author of SUCCULENT PREY, EVERYONE DIES FAMOUS IN A SMALL TOWN, THE BOOK OF A THOUSAND SINS, HIS PAIN and POPULATION ZERO. He is the coauthor of TERATOLOGIST cowritten with the king of extreme horror, Edward Lee, ORGY OF SOULS cowritten with Maurice Broaddus, HERO cowritten with J.F. Gonzalez, and POISONING EROS cowritten with Monica J. O’Rourke.

Wrath lives and works in Austin, Texas with his two daughters, Isis and Nala, his son Sultan and his wife Christie.

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The Book of a Thousand Sins
Population Zero
His Pain
Like Porno for Psychos
Hero (with J. F Gonzalez)
Poisoning Eros (with Monica O’Rourke)
Son of a Bitch (with Andre Duza)
Sixty-Five Stirrup Iron Road (with Brian Keene, J.F. Gonzalez, Edward Lee, Bryan Smith, Jack Ketchum, Ryan Harding, Nate Southard, and Shane McKenzie)


“Wrath James White is the premiere author of hard-core horror. Period.” -Edward Lee, author of GOLEMESQUE, CITY INFERNAL and INFERNAL ANGEL

“If Wrath doesn’t make you cringe, then you must be riding in the wrong end of a hearse.” – Jack Ketchum, author of THE GIRL NEXT DOOR, RED, and OFF SEASON

“Wrath is a warrior. He comes at you on the written page with the intent to overpower you, yet he rarely overwhelms. This carnage has purpose . . . Wrath is a philosopher, and he loves to flaunt his technique and sense of limitless ethics in each of his tales. He has wit and intelligence and utter ruthlessness . . .” – CEMETERY DANCE

“Without apologies, White tears through your emotions from sympathy to hate, humor to shock, blending everyday language and poetic imagery as his words wrap around your mind and cause you to pause and appreciate them . . .” – HorrorWeb