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Matt Bryden is an EFL teacher, which has taken him to Tuscany, The Czech Republic and Poland. His poetry is widely published in the UK and his first collection Boxing the Compass was launched at Keats House in 2013. His pamphlet Night Porter, which documents life in a Yorkshire hotel, was a winner of the 2010 Templar Poetry Pamphlet and Collection Competition. In 2012 he toured The Captain’s Tower, an anthology of poems to celebrate Bob Dylan’s 70th, around the country, reading poetry and accompanying himself on guitar at venues including the Latitude festival. As a translator, his versions of the Taiwanese poet Ami have appeared in Modern Poetry in Translation and the full collection The Desire to Sing after Sunset. He has a website: www.mattbryden.co.uk
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