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Mark Fiddes is an award-winning poet and writer of ‘The Rainbow Factory’ and ‘The Chelsea Flower Show Massacre.’ He contributes to Poetry Review, Magma, The Irish Times, The London Magazine, Poem International and many other titles. He is a past winner in the UK’s National Poetry Competition, the Montreal International Poetry Competition, the Ruskin Prize, the Oxford Brookes University International Prize, the Robert Graves Prize and over fifty more.
He has also worked as international creative director for a number of leading communications agencies, having started out as a journalist in Washington, D.C.
He studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Merton College, Oxford University, and has two sons with his Spanish wife Maribel.
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