Paul Munden is a poet, editor and screenwriter living in North Yorkshire. A Gregory Award winner, he has published five poetry collections, including Analogue/Digital: New & Selected Poems (Smith|Doorstop, 2015), The Bulmer Murder (RWP, 2017) and Chromatic (UWA Publishing, 2017), and six prose poetry chapbooks. He is editor (or coeditor) of various anthologies, including Metamorphic: 21st century poets respond to Ovid (RWP, 2017) and Divining Dante (RWP, 2021), and is the current poetry editor of Westerly Magazine. For the British Council he has covered a number of scientific and humanitarian themes, as conference poet, and edited the anthology, Feeling the Pressure: Poetry and science of climate change (British Council, 2008). He was director of the UK’s National Association of Writers in Education, 1994-2018, and is now a Royal Literary Fund Fellow at the University of Leeds. He is also an Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Canberra, Australia, where he established the ‘Poetry on the Move’ festival. Having worked throughout the 1990s as reader for Stanley Kubrick, he has recently returned to the world of film as writer and co-developer of adapted and original screenplays.