TIH 393: Wrath James White on Succulent Prey, Sex Addiction, and Collaborating with Edward Lee

TIH 393 Wrath James White on Succulent Prey, Sex Addiction, and Collaborating with Edward Lee

In this podcast Wrath James White talks about Succulent Prey, sex addiction, collaborating with Edward Lee, and much more.

About 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. His books include The Resurrectionist, Succulent Prey, and The Teratologist with Edward Lee.

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