Bernard Hare was born in 1958 into a Leeds mining family. He was educated at grammar school and after gaining a BA in Applied Social Sciences at Hatfield Polytechnic, he became a social worker. Dillusioned with the system following the miners’ strike of 1984, he dropped out, working occasionally as a removal man. His novel Urban Grimshaw and the Shed Crew is published by Hodder and Stoughton. His story 'This Happy Breed of Men' features in Next Stop Hope.
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