The poem Eel was included in the limited edition anthology Creel, edited by Luke Thompson.
The poem Border Patrol was included in Poems for Grenfell Tower, which can be bought direct from The Onslaught Press here or from Hive (which supports local bookshops) here.
The short story The Sound of the East Dry River was included in Stories for Homes: Vol 2, which can be bought here.
The poem Hairy Panic was included in the Live Canon 2017 Anthology, which can be bought here.
The poem Southampton to Paris was commissioned as part of Live Canon’s 154 project, which were responses of contemporary poets to Shakespeare’s sonnets. The anthology can be bought here.
The short story Let the Bloody Colours Wave (published as Ring of White Hankerchiefs) was included in the Bristol Short Story Prize Anthology Volume 9, which can be bought here.
The poem Eel was included in the Bridport Prize Anthology, which can be bought here.
The short story Dog Days was included in Captivity: The 2014 Momaya Annual Short Story Review, which can be bought here.
The poems The Counterfeit Jew and The Bends were included in the Poetry School Anthology Entering the Tapestry, which can be bought here.
Matt’s poems have also appeared in a range of magazines and websites, including: