Matthew Yorke

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Matthew Yorke (born 24 November 1958) is a British novelist and editor.

He is the son of Emma Tennant and grandson of Henry Green. An early novel, The March Fence (1988), won the John Llewellyn Rhys Prize, while Chancing It (2005) is a short novel for young adults. He has also edited Surviving: The Uncollected Works of Henry Green (his grandfather, whose real name was Henry Yorke). Pictures of Lily, another novel, was published in August 2010.

Yorke now lives and works in London as a full-time writer.

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