Biography of Grant Tarbard
Grant Tarbard lives in Laindon, Essex where he was raised and educated. He worked mainly as a computer games journalist before quitting in a blaze of glory.
He appeared on TV a handful of times on the channel Xleague, writing for them as well as a longer stint with Enemy Down to a membership of over 200,000.
Grant has been published (under various names including RT Dekko & Charles D’Mar) in numerous magazines, such as The Rialto, Neon Highway, The Journal, Sarasvati, Poetry Cornwall, Purple Patch, Earth Love, Mood Swing and others.
His work has featured in a small number of compendiums, including Dogma Publishing’s Miracle at St. Bede’s.
Also, he has had poems exhibited at his local gallery a number of times as well as at the Quayside gallery in Maldon, Essex.
He came first runner up at the age of sixteen in Ottakar’s National Poetry Competition with a poem entitled Delicacy.
Grant Tarbard's Works:
'A Plague Ship'
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