No 13 - January 2001
Thomas Allan is a young poet previously unpublished in UK - 2 of his poems are in a US anthology.
Emma-Jane Arkady is widely published, with pamphlets from Flarestack and Crocus presses and a full-length book due from Arc this year.
John M. Bennett is an experimental US writer and publisher of Lost & Found Times and Luna Bisonte Prods.
Christopher Brisson is a US poet not previously published in UK.
Jonathan Brown is a little published poet from York.
James Roderick Burns is on the editorial board of Other Poetry. He recently lived for 5 years in US.
Andrew Detheridge is Poet in Residence at Sandwell College, where he teaches. His poetry has won several awards and been published worldwide.
Edward Field has been a prominent part of the post-beat US poetry scene for several decades. He co-edited the excellent anthology A New Geography of Poets, has had 2 major collections published by Black Sparrow (1992/1998) and his latest book is The Villagers (A Novel of Greenwich Village) from Painted Leaf Press.
Fliss is a Zimbabwean writer presently studying in Madrid. Her writing reflects her Zimbabwean roots.
Matthew Fullerty is a young poet and novelist recently graduated from Oxford.
Jim Greenhalf is a journalist in Bradford, widely published. 2 collections from Redbeck, one of them (The Dog's Not Laughing) lull-length.
Dolores Guglielmo is a widely published US poet who recently studied in Scotland. A book is due from Univ. of Salzburg Press.
Sandra Guy is a British writer living in Paris where she has had poetry and prose published, as also in Tears In The Fence.
Richard Hall is a new name to me.
Sheila Hamilton likewise.
Ralph Hancock has had several poems published in magazines, his first collection, Thorns Where Wolves Play, appeared from National Poetry Foundation in 1999.
Simon Harrison is a full-time writer who was runner-up in the Bedford Open Poetry Comp in 1999 and is now appearing widely in magazines.
I know little about Colette Harris, Andrew Heath, or Stephen Hepburn.
Lynne Hjelmgaard is a US writer & former yachtswoman living in Paris. Co-edits Pharos, and has published work in France & UK.
Timothy Hodor is a US writer living in Vienna, very widely published & a former Pushcart Prize nominee.
Jeremy Hooker is one of UK's foremost poets and teachers of poetry. Latest of his many books is Our Lady of Europe (Enitharmon).
Darrel Adrian Hull is a new writer of mostly fiction who wrote the poem here as a way of dealing with his feelings following the death of his young daughter.
L. Kiew is a new writer from Edinburgh. Her work is beginning to appear more widely.
Stephen Kopel reads his poems frequently in San Francisco coffee house events & has had many published in the last 3 years.
Paul Lee from Leicester is also a relatively new writer whose work is starting to appear widely.
Jeffery Lies is a painter, this his first published poem.
I know little about Marilyn Longstaff or Mark Lozynskyj.
T.D. Marshall is a published poet with appearances in a number of mags.
Alan Marshfield likewise. He has been writing since the early 70s, and through his own Abraxas Press is collecting all his work in numerous booklets or 'Sets'.
Susan Maurer has appeared in several US magazines and her book from Linear Arts, By the Blue Light of the Morning Glory, appeared in 1997.
Stephen Mejias is an unpublished US writer.
Shane Neilson from Nova Scotia has had several poems published in the last 2 years in Canada.
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