Miles Salter is a writer, musician and storyteller based in York. His first novel for teenagers, A Song For Nicky Moon, was shortlisted for the Times/Chicken House children’s writing award in 2010. He has written for several newspapers including The Guardian and The Independent. He is a visiting lecturer in Creative Writing at Leeds Trinity University, and is director of York Literature Festival.
Miles’s poems have appeared in some of the UK’s leading poetry magazines, including The Rialto, Ambit, Orbis and South Bank Poetry. His first collection of poetry (writing as Miles Cain), The Border, was published by Valley Press in 2011, and a follow-up, Animals, in September 2013.
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