Anthony Norman White is a Freelance Writer and musician currently living in Rochester, NY with his wife and son.

Anthony was first published in 2005 where he was included in a magazine with the short story “A Grocery Story Story”. That same year, Anthony helped form the studio band Drunkenpor writing, recording, and producing original songs and scores.  He graduated from SUNY Empire in 2007.

In 2009, Anthony formed the band Pat Buchanan’s Hearse and recorded two albums over the next three years. Also in 2009 his first original stage play “A Little Happy Mess” was produced and performed. The following year, Anthony’s adaptation of Shel Silverstein’s “An Adult Evening with Shel Silverstein” was produced and performed. In 2014, Anthony wrote a series of poetry published by the Corn Hill Gazette, commemorating the historic area of Corn Hill.

In 2015 he started writing for becoming the sites editor just one year later. He also wrote for and The Sports Talk. That same year, Anthony completed a new stage play, “Static in the Attic”, with original scores by Drunkenpor, that is currently being considered for production.

In 2017, he joined Goodwill of the Finger Lakes to run the Good Health program and the company safety programs. Anthony firmly believes that a healthy person is also a safer one. Click here to learn more about Goodwill of the Finger Lakes.

In 2018, Anthony left the sports writing world to become the Creative Director of Little Union Creative, a social media management, marketing, and production company.

Anthony is with both Goodwill of the Finger Lakes and Little Union Creative currently.

His illustrated poetry chapbook “A Livestock of Words” is set for release, with a corresponding album of music and the spoken word for May 25th, 2018.

His novel, “A Minimal Reaction” is currently being edited and is expected to be released by early 2019.

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