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GATE 17 is an independent publisher which aims to showcase fiction and non-fiction from a range of emerging authors. Originally focussed on sharing the experience of watching Chelsea Football Club, in recent years Gate 17 has broadened the reach of its titles to embrace a variety of topics related to popular culture. We are keen to help new authors find an audience.
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GATE 17 AUTHORS

Mark Worrall: In addition to writing extensively about his experiences following Chelsea over land and sea, Mark also pens articles for the legendary Blues fanzine cfcuk and ESPN. >>MORE


Kelvin Barker:
Kelvin’s book Celery! Representing Chelsea in the 1980s is widely regarded as being essential reading for anyone keen to understand what following the Blues was like in the 80s. He has also collaborated on a range of Chelsea titles with Mark and David and writes for cfcuk>>MORE


David Johnstone:
David is the founding editor of the cfcuk fanzine and has collaborated on a range of Chelsea titles with Mark and Kelvin as well as authoring his own material. >> MORE


Walter Otton:  
Walter writes passionately about a range of topics which embrace football, poverty and attendant charity work. His debut novel The Red Hand Gang has received significant praise on Amazon. Walter also writes for the cfcuk fanzine. >>MORE


Al Gregg:
Punk musician, actor and author Al Gregg’s book The Wrong Outfit is an outstanding mix of fact and fiction blending together London life in the late 1970s with Chelsea and punk. >>MORE


Christopher Morgan:
Londoner and Chelsea-boy Chris Morgan finds himself living in Dubai these days, but that hasn’t stopped him penning a fine debut novel Coming Clean … a Capital love story with a twist. >>MORE


Clayton Beerman:
Clayton has supported the Blues since 1968 and writes for the cfcuk fanzine as well as guesting regularly on podcasts including the legendary Chelsea Football Fancast. >>MORE


Carol Ann Wood:
Carol, aka Pinky to her Chelsea friends because of her love for pink megastore merchandise, is a Cambridge-based creative writer and performance poet. Rhyme and Treason is her first collection of football-related poems to be published >>MORE

Tim Rolls:
At the age of fifteen Tim was told by his English teacher, a Miss Brown, that he was ‘a philistine’ because of his inability to be remotely interested in the works of William Shakespeare and the like. >>MORE

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