Graham Mort is professor of Creative Writing and Transcultural Literature at Lancaster University where he directs the Centre for Transcultural Writing and Research. He led the British Council 'Crossing Borders' and 'Radiophonics' mentoring schemes for African writers and this work has taken him to Uganda, Kenya, Ghana, Nigeria, Malawi, Zimbabwe and S. Africa. 'Visibility: New & Selected Poems' was published by Seren in 2007; he also won the Bridport prize for short fiction in 2007; his book of stories, 'Touch' (Seren, 2010) won the Edge Hill Prize for short fiction in 2011; his latest book of poems is 'Cusp' (Seren, 2011) See: www.graham-mort.com
A COUNTRY ON FIRE (Littlewood 1986);
A HALIFAX CIDER JAR (Yorkshire Art Circus 1987);
INTO THE ASHES (Littlewood 1988);
SKY BURIAL (Dangaroo Press 1989);
SNOW FROM THE NORTH (Dangaroo Press 1992);
CIRCULAR BREATHING (Dangaroo Press 1997);
A NIGHT ON THE LASH (Seren, 2004)
VISIBILITY: NEW & SELECTED POEMS (Seren, 2007)
TOUCH, short stories (Seren, 2010)
CUSP, (Seren, 2011)
various magazines, anthologies, BBC radio.
BBC Radio Broadcasts: 'Flymowing', 'The Red Field' (Stanza), 'The Life of the Bee (Friday Play), Cuba Libre at the Cafï¿½ Espaï¿½a (afternoon play).
include The Voice Box, Wordsworth Trust, Cheltenham, Ledbury, Aldburgh, Bassetlaw, Ilkley and Lancaster literature festivals.
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