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Matt Blackwood. Photo courtesy of the author, 2012.
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Matt Blackwood is a writer whose short fiction and Locative Literature projects have won awards and been commissioned.

His locative storytelling project, MyStory, gained a 2010 City of Melbourne Laneway Commission, showcasing his own work alongside that of Barry Dickins, Cate Kennedy and Tony Birch in digitally immersive forms.

Matt has also created 2Stories, 4Stories and 6Stories, and each of these projects have used QR codes to deliver narrated Locative Literature.

His story, 'Letters and Lufstories', was one of twelve winning entries in the short story writing competition "It's Never Too Late ... To Learn To Read", run as part of the 2012 National Year of Reading.

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