THE RATHER STRANGE TALE OF IAN WILLS
This is an extract
from the book
I recently wrote with
businessman turned poet
Ian Wills.

It's really his book,
not mine,
but I did annotate some of
the poems for him.

AN EXTRACT FROM THE INTRODUCTION


Around this time he was involved in the various nefarious deeds that had him marked down as
permanent ne’er do well material, a certainty for a life of crime and petty villainy. He did his best to
live up to the billing. He was eventually charged with the theft of 108 cars, and on one occasion
stole eight vehicles in one night, parked the lot in his schoolyard and superglued the locks shut. It
was revenge for some forgotten transgression by the teaching staff. He thought he’d fuck up their
parking arrangements.

This is a hoot. It’s like the office loony being in charge of the payroll, the stock ledger and the
Christmas party budget all in one go. Every human being deserves to be treated with respect. Aside
from corporate lackeys trying to levitate to the higher echelons of those establishments. They’re fair
game.

Below from Times Educational Supplement
IAN WILLS AND THE WILLING
IAN WILLS AND THE WILLING

Ian's band is playing around the UK at the
moment. Do check them out. You can find
details of their new album as well as tour
dates and details of the book (NOTHING TO
LOSE) at the Willing's website -
Will Ian EVER
return my calls?