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Matthew Asprey is a writer holed up in Sydney’s Inner-West. His essays on music and literature have appeared at ''PopMatters.com'' and in the academic journals ''NEO'' and ''Interdisciplinary Themes''. Short stories in such Australian journals as ''Island'', ''Extempore'', and ''Total Cardboard''. Edits underground zines such as [[Sydney Samizdat]], which he cranks out on an unregistered roneo at his own peril. Hard-hitting story ‘Gut Bucket Blues’ a finalist in the 2008 Australian National Jazz Writing Competition at the Melbourne Writers’ Festival. Also the author of ''Tales from the Stolchlickoff Scrapbooks''.
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'''Matthew Asprey''' is a writer and academic from Sydney, Australia. He is one of the founding editors of Contrappasso Magazine, an independent print-on-demand publication.
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Matthew Asprey teaches creative writing at Macquarie University, Sydney.
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Asprey’s work has appeared in the Los Angeles Review of Books, PopMatters, Island, Extempore, Nth Degree, Over My Dead Body!, and Total Cardboard. His novellas Red Hills of Africa (2009), Sonny’s Guerrillas (2011), and Angelique in San Francisco (2012) are available in paperback and ebook formats, as is the story chapbook To Murder My Love Is A Crime!: Stories of Desperate Men (2011).
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Through his imprint Sydney Samizdat Press, Asprey has edited the anthology Jack London: San Francisco Stories and the three-volume edition of Joseph Conrad’s stories and novellas The Sea, The Earth, And All Men.
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In 2011 Matthew Asprey was awarded a PhD in Media Studies by Macquarie University in Sydney. He lectures in cinema and screenwriting at the university.
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Asprey is the editor of underground zines such as [[Sydney Samizdat]].
==Contact==
==Contact==
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==External Links==
==External Links==
*[http://www.matthewasprey.com www.matthewasprey.com]
*[http://www.matthewasprey.com www.matthewasprey.com]
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*[http://matthewasprey.wordpress.com Honey for the Bears] (Blog)
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*[http://www.contrappasso.com Contrappasso Magazine]
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*[http://stolchlickoffscrapbooks.wordpress.com Tales from the Stolchlickoff Scrapbooks]
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Matthew Asprey is a writer and academic from Sydney, Australia. He is one of the founding editors of Contrappasso Magazine, an independent print-on-demand publication.

Asprey’s work has appeared in the Los Angeles Review of Books, PopMatters, Island, Extempore, Nth Degree, Over My Dead Body!, and Total Cardboard. His novellas Red Hills of Africa (2009), Sonny’s Guerrillas (2011), and Angelique in San Francisco (2012) are available in paperback and ebook formats, as is the story chapbook To Murder My Love Is A Crime!: Stories of Desperate Men (2011).

Through his imprint Sydney Samizdat Press, Asprey has edited the anthology Jack London: San Francisco Stories and the three-volume edition of Joseph Conrad’s stories and novellas The Sea, The Earth, And All Men.

In 2011 Matthew Asprey was awarded a PhD in Media Studies by Macquarie University in Sydney. He lectures in cinema and screenwriting at the university.

Asprey is the editor of underground zines such as Sydney Samizdat.

Contact

Email: twelvemilereef@yahoo.com

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