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Arnold Rattenbury was born in 1921 in China, where his parents were Methodist missionaries. After the Second World War he edited the radical magazines Our Time and Theatre Today, and worked full-time for the Communist Party before embarking on a career as an exhibition designer. He published seven books of poetry, Second Causes, Man Thinking, Dull Weather Dance, Morris Papers, The Frigger Makers, Living Here and Mr Dick's Kite. He died in April 2007, shortly after putting together Several Forms of Speech.