Heathcote Williams

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Heathcote Williams

Heathcote Williams

Heathcote Williams is a poet, playwright and actor. He gained critical acclaim with his first book The Speakers. He subsequently wrote poetry: Whale Nation, Autogedden, Sacred Elephant and Falling for a Dolphin. Heathcote is an award-winning playwright, having written AC/DC, The Local Stigmatic and The Immortalist. Heathcote has also written extensively for radio and television.