Malcolm Guite

Born in Nigeria and raised in Africa and Canada, Malcolm Guite is a poet and singer-songwriter living in Cambridge, where he also works as a priest and academic. He is the author of Faith Hope and Poetry (Ashgate 2010, paperback 2012) and has published poems in Radix, The Mars Hill Review, Crux, Second Spring and Christianity and Literature. He has published papers on Dylan and the Bible and taught sessions on the Beats for the Jazz History course at Anglia Ruskin in Cambridge. He works as a poet and librettist for composer Kevin Flanagan and his Riprap Jazz Quartet.

He is also a singer-songwriter and is currently front man for Cambridge rockers Mystery Train. His CDs The Green Man and Dancing through the Fire are out on Cambridge Riffs and iTunes.

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