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By Blake Morrison   April 2010

Born in Skipton, North Yorkshire, Blake Morrison has written poetry, fiction and journalism, as well as adapting plays for the stage. He is probably best known for his two memoirs, And When Did You Last See Your Father? (published in 1993, and released in 2007 as a film) and Things My Mother Never Told Me (2002). He writes regularly for the Guardian, teaches creative writing at Goldsmiths’ College and lives in south London with his family. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.

Morrison’s last book, South of the River, was set in the first five years…

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