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­ ­ ­­ ­ ­ ­­ ­ ­­: Thirst (1999), The Scene of My Former Triumph (2005), pparently (2010), Professor Glass (2011) and Rake (2016). ­­ ­ ­­ ­ ­­­­, ­­­ Identity Parade ­­ ­­ (2010), Poems of The Decade ­­­ ­­ (2011) Picador Book of Love Poems ­ ­­ (2011). ­ ­­ ­ ­ Pop Fiction: The Song in Cinema (2005). ­ Thirst ­ ­­­­ ­­­ ­­, ­­­­ ­­ ­ ­. ­ ­ ­­ ­­­­ ­­ ­­­ ­-­­ ­ ­ ­­. ­ ­­ ­­ ­.

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Mat­thew Ca­ley is a Lon­don-ba­sed po­et who has pu­blis­hed fi­ve bo­ok-length col­lec­ti­ons: Thirst (Slonj Dan­cer, 1999), The Sce­ne of My For­mer Tri­umph (NJrec­king Ball Press, 2005), Ap­pa­rently (Blo­o­da­xe Bo­oks, 2010), Pro­fes­sor Glass (Do­nut Press, 2011) and Ra­ke (Blo­o­da­xe Bo­oks, 2016). His work has been in­clu­ded in many ant­ho­lo­gi­es, in­clu­ding Roddy Lum­sden’s Iden­tity Pa­ra­de (Blo­o­da­dže Bo­oks, 2010), Wil­li­am Si­eg­hart’s Po­ems of the De­ca­de (For­ward Wor­ldwi­de, 2011) and John Stam­mers’ Pi­ca­dor Bo­ok of Lo­ve Po­ems (2011). He has al­so co­e­di­ted Pop Fic­tion: The Song in Ci­ne­ma with Step­hen Lan­nin (In­tel­lect, 2005). Mat­thew Ca­ley’s Thirst was no­mi­na­ted for the For­ward Pri­ze for Best First Col­lec­tion. He’s won 3rd Pri­ze in the Na­ti­o­nal Po­e­try Com­pe­ti­tion and been Po­et-in­-Re­si­den­ce at The Po­e­try Ca­fe, Lon­don. He li­ves in Lon­don with his gir­lfri­end and two da­ug­hters.
 
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