Howard Slater is a volunteer play therapist, sometime writer and ex-housing worker. Whilst he has been writing since the early 1980s he has mainly been published in small press magazines, independent publishing initiatives and web sites. His texts and poetry have been supported and published by: 10th Floor, Alien Underground, Audiolab Arteleku, Autonomedia, Autotoxicity, Break/Flow, Copenhagen Free University, Datacide, Difficult Fun, Fatuous Times, Five Leaves Left, Here & Now, Infopool, Infotainment, Mute, Night Class, Noise Gate, Obsessive Eye, Palantir, Papakura Post Office, Penniless Press, Rebel Ink, Resonance Magazine (LMC), School of Walls & Space, Smile, TechNET, Variant, Working Press. He was the editor of Break/Flow.
- Howard Slater/Eddie Miller/Flint Michigan, "Post-Media Operators", Break/Flow, 28 February 1997. Republished in Datacide 2 (June 1997) ; Read Me! ASCII Culture & The Revenge of Knowledge. Filtered by Nettime, 1999, pp 398-399.
- "Post-Media Operators: An Imaginary Address", Break/Flow, 22 September 1998.
- "Post-Media Operators: 'Sovereign and Vague'", Datacide 7 (August 2000). Republished in An@rchitexts: Voices from the Global Digital Resistance, edited by Joanne Richardson, 2005, pp 194-202 ; and Mute, 8 February 2012 .
- Anomie/Bonhomie & Other Writings, London: Mute, 2012, 152 pp. ISBN 978-1-906496-72-2