Guy Mankowski was singer in the signed band Alba Nova. He trained as a psychologist at The Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability in London. His debut novel, 'The Intimates', was chosen as a 'Must Read' title by New Writing North's Read Regional campaign. His second novel, 'Letters from Yelena', was researched in the world of Russian ballet after he was awarded an Arts Council Literature Grant. The novel was adapted for the stage and used in GCSE training material by Osiris Educational. His third novel, 'How I Left The National Grid', was written as part of his Creative Writing PhD at Northumbria University. He has had short stories, novellas, journalism and academia about music published and he is a full-time lecturer in Creative Writing at Lincoln University.
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