Biography of Len Webster
Len Webster says his main claim to fame was becoming the first person ever to be attacked by a monkey in a Smethwick street. The trauma was not enough to prevent him from travelling widely..though he continued to hold a deep grudge against monkeys!
Len Webster's Works:
' Lone Wolf: a memoir.. ' Kates Hill Press,2012 (ISBN 9781 904552 420) . Copies (£7-20p, including postage & packing) from: The Kates Hill Press,39 Cowley Drive, Dudley, DY1 2SS, UK.
''Hell-Riders' & Other Stories' (Times, Singapore,1994)
' Flight from the Sibyl ' (Limited Edition,1993)
'Beneath The Blue Moon' (Times, Singapore,1992)
'The Turban-Wallah: a tale of Little India' (OUP,1984)
'Behind the Painted Veil' (Outposts Publications,1972)
- Len Webster's 'Childhood Is...'
- The Chief Executive Speaks
- On Her 18th. Birthday
- The Visiting Linguist
- Len Webster's 'She's The Boss'
- Len Webster's 'The Photograph'
- Double-Helix, Double-Whammy
- Len Webster's 'st martin's in the bull ...
- The Armenian Hill Fort at Namrun
- Len Webster's Tribute To Aung San Suu Ky...
- Len Webster's 'Poets of the Thirties'
Journey By Train
Am I reaching the pale stretch home now?
Wire-lines are confused and a complex pattern
Is weaving its changing way past scrapyards
And ghost-inhabited derelict stations.
Brushwood is sparse yet a thick undergrowth has
Busied its way skyward at the point
Where the canal intersects us, where the ghost
Of horse-beef nightly pulls the boat on.