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Keiran Goddard (b.1984) was born and raised in Shard End, Birmingham and educated in Oxford. His debut collection For the Chorus was shortlisted for the Melita Hume Prize and he was runner-up in the William Blake Prize. He has worked as an editor and in higher education and now works in policy and advocacy within the third sector. He is the author of numerous academic articles and is a policy fellow at the CsaP, University of Cambridge. His other interests include wine, philosophy and pop music.
Keiran's second full-length collection, Votive, was published by Offord Road Books in 2019.
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