Matt Bullen

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Matt Bullen (born Guildford, Surrey, 1969) is an English writer and polyamory advocate.

Background

Bullen was educated at the Royal Grammar School, Guildford and the University of Birmingham, UK. He now lives in Seattle. He co-wrote some Family: the web series[1] episodes with Terisa Greenan. He has also written about polyamory for publications including The Idler. He has spoken about polyamorous parenting on national and international television, and other forums.[2][3] The Newsweek feature[4] that centered on his family, and on "Family: the web series", was listed as a Newsweek's Editors' Top Ten article in 2009.

Bullen has contributed articles on other subjects to publications including the Dancing Times and the Comedy Review and he conducted what was possibly the last extensive interview with Monty Python's Graham Chapman.[5]

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