The heavyweight of hardcore horror returns with ten hard hitting new short stories and seven brutal epic poems exploring the darkest soul of humanity and the cruelty of life without pulling punches. Wrath James White turns his unflinching eye upon the gruesome, the violent, the tragic, and the erotic.
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 is the author of such extreme horror classics as THE RESURRECTIONIST (now a major motion picture titled "Come Back To Me") SUCCULENT PREY, and it's sequel PREY DRIVE, YACCUB'S CURSE, 400 DAYS OF OPPRESSION, SACRIFICE, VORACIOUS, TO THE DEATH, THE REAPER, SKINZZ, EVERYONE DIES FAMOUS IN A SMALL TOWN, THE BOOK OF A THOUSAND SINS, HIS PAIN, POPULATION ZERO and many others. He is the co-author of TERATOLOGIST co-written with the king of extreme horror, Edward Lee, SOMETHING TERRIBLE co-written with his son Sultan Z. White, ORGY OF SOULS co-written with Maurice Broaddus, HERO and THE KILLINGS both co-written with J.F. Gonzalez, POISONING EROS co-written with Monica J. O'Rourke, and BOY’S NIGHT co-written with Matt Shaw among others.
Wrath lives and works in Austin, TX.
“Wrath James White is the premiere author of hardcore horror. Period.” - Edward Lee, author of The Big Head and Header
"Some of the ballsiest, most visceral fiction being written by anyone today." - Thomas Tessier, author of Nightwalkers and Wicked Things
"Wrath James White has more to say than many of his contemporaries, and says it more eloquently. “ - Poppy Z. Brite, author of Lost Souls and Exquisite Corpse
“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
“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 and Red
“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. There's little over-indulgence. His over-the-top cathartic bloodbaths are seldom pointless. Put bluntly, he isn't just going for the gross-out. 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 Review