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Marcus Williamson

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Marcus Williamson is a British writer, journalist and campaigner. As an obituarist for The Independent he has written obituaries of more than 200 subjects, including artists, poets, actors and inventors.[1]



In 2009 the AIM-listed (since delisted and failed) spyware company Phorm created a website to attack Williamson and fellow campaigner Alexander Hanff. The company accused Williamson of '...waging a "serial letter writing" campaign to Phorm's potential customers and partners in attempt to discredit the company and Mr Ertugrul.' [2] The site was soon taken down and later described as a "PR disaster".[3]

He is the editor of the consumer information website, which provides the email addresses of many company CEOs.[4] The website operates on donations from consumers, or a fee for business users for each email address provided.


  • The True Celtic Language and the Stone Circle of Rennes les Bains. 2008. ISBN 978-1257639526. Translation of an 1886 work by Henri Boudet.
  • Claude Cahun at School in England. Self-published, 2011 ISBN 978-1-257639-52-6
  • Path. Atelier St Louis Production, 2011. With Jonathan Moss. ISBN 978-0-956833-40-2
  • Rene Halkett: From Bauhaus to Cornwall - Catalogue of exhibition at Falmouth Art Gallery, 2019
  • The International Encyclopedia of Surrealism (Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2019) - Biographical articles on Raymond Roussel, Sarane Alexandrian, Ithell Colquhoun, David Gascoyne and Isabelle Waldberg[5]


  1. ^ "Marcus Williamson". The Independent.
  2. ^ Neate, Rupert (28 April 2009). "Phorm chief labels critics 'serial agitators'". The Telegraph.
  3. ^ Neate, Rupert (1 May 2009). "Phorm's Stopphoulplay site is a PR disaster". The Telegraph. Archived from the original on 28 June 2009.
  4. ^ Insley, Jill (14 September 2010). "Nationwide chief executive shuts down email address". The Guardian.
  5. ^

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