Mathew Clayton is the author of two books Lundy, Rockall, Dogger and Fair Isle: a celebration of the islands round Britain (Ebury) and The Nation's Favourite (Quercus). He has contributed essays to the nature writing anthologies Caught by the River (Cassell Illustrated) and On Nature: Unexpected ramblings about the British countryside (Collins).
He works as the Head of Publishing at Unbound and runs a literary tent at the Glastonbury Festival - the Free University. Previously he worked as the literature programmer for the Brighton Festival, as a co-director of the Port Eliot Festival and for Channel 4, The Guardian and Random House.
He has given talks at a number of festivals including The Good Life Experience, Number 9, Wilderness, Camp Bestival, Fort Process, Henley and the Isle of Wight Literary Festival.
Twitter - @Mathew_Clayton
Facebook - mathew.clayton.9
Represented by: Diana Beaumont
Lundy, Rockall, Dogger and Fair: A Celebration of the Islands Around Britain (Ebury, 2015)
The Nation's Favourite: A Book of the UK's Best-Loved Things (Quercus, 2010)