Matthew J. Metzger is a twenty-something British author of queer novels, primarily focusing on relationships, be they familial, platonic, sexual or romantic. He was dragged up in London, but currently lives in West Yorkshire, where he carves out a living in an office crunching numbers before going home to write books at night. Matthew particularly writes working-class queer life, and queer people who exist outside of the standard M/M romance fare written by and for well-educated, middle-class sensibilities. There be nasty words ahead, children. Better buckle up.
So why queer?
Matthew identifies as an asexual trans man. His closest friends are both bisexual, his first relationship was with a lesbian, and he has the dubious honour of being the only openly transgender person at his company. His very existence is queer on a daily basis. Why should his books not be the same?