Author Spotlight: Warren Hately

Author Spotlight: Warren Hately

Warren Hately lives with his children in Margaret River, Western Australia, where he works as a journalist and sub-editor. Previously, he has been a freelance travel writer, photographer and academic. He holds a doctorate in English and Comparative Literature for his dissertation The Discourse of Conflict, which reworked post-Foucauldian semiotics to examine the predominance of language-like models in the resolution of conflict (with the case study of the 1981 prison conflict in Northern Ireland). Warren also has an English with First Class Honours in post-structuralist theory and cultural studies specialising in the work of French philosopher Michel Foucault. Twitter: @wereviking Read more »

Zephyr I

Zephyr I

Title: Zephyr I Author: Warren Hately Genre: Superhero Book procurement: Received for free on Amazon. Synopsis: Zephyr tells the story of a major, if somewhat jaded superhero in an alternate universe where New York City has been abandoned and the Beatles were a superhero team. Zephyr is a regular guy with massive powers, but it’s easy to wonder if his life might have been better without them as supervillains and other problems that only superhumans can deal with derail his efforts handling life. Review: When I saw Warren Hately promote Zephyr somewhere on the social media space, I wasn’t sure what to expect Read more »