Cyrus’ work has appeared in a range of publications, from the New Statesman and Sight & Sound to the Telegraph and Transworld Snowboarding; he is a regular music writer for the Stool Pigeon, a film critic for Little White Lies and a cultural commentator for Google’s Think Quarterly. He has written extensively on Iran – having lived in Tehran and served both as a correspondent for the Sunday Times and home news editor of English-language daily Iran News – and was for many years an editor of Time Out guidebooks. His short fiction has been published in Ambit and Hotshoe, and his novel The White World won the Telegraph’s Novel In A Year competition in 2006. Cyrus lives in south London, where he also makes music under the name Hiatus.
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