Mat Larkin is a Melbourne writer comprised principally of carbon, oxygen, calcium, Earl Grey, deadline guilt and a kind of bacon muffin with cheese they do at the shop.
He has written:
- regular columns for Crikey and The King’s Tribune,
- content on subjects as varied as psychosis, mindfulness meditation, sustainable engineering and space robots for Orygen Youth Health, The University of Melbourne and RMIT,
- weird short fiction and irrational rants for Pinknantucket Press, and
- rock-star espionage for the Zac Power series for Hardie Grant Egmont.
He is currently working on a children’s novel, an adventure series and another one of those bacon muffins. He’s also quite tall, but that’s no reason.