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Categorization is odious. There is tremendous overlap among genres. These pigeonholes are offered only as a convenience.

Jeff Clark-Meads (1959 - )

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Jeff Clark-Meads grew up in a mining community on the edge of Nottingham, England. He was 4 when his father was killed in an accident.

At 11, he was accepted into Bramcote Hills Grammar School where he became deputy head boy. After leaving, he became a junior reporter on a small local newspaper, the Long Eaton Advertiser. During his training there, he was sacked when he refused to leave his trade union but still went on to qualify as a senior journalist faster than anybody else in the history of UK journalism.

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