No 11 - February 2011
Robert Avery lives and teaches north of Philadelphia. Recent poems appear in Paterson Literary Review, Measure, and Verse Daily.
Anne Babson wrote the libretto for Lotus Lives, now part of the repertory of Meridian Arts Ensemble. She has published her poetry worldwide.
Ruth Bell divides her time between London and Devon. She has only just begun sending out her work and this is her first published poem.
Paul Birtill has had a number of collections published by Hearing Eye, including most recently Collected Poems 1987— 2010. He is also an accomplished playwright.
Matt Bryden's Night Porter won the Templar Pamphlet and Collection Prize 2010. His first collection, also with Templar, Boxing the Compass follows in 2011.
Tony Cosier of Ottawa, Canada is the author of nine books of poetry, five plays, a novel and a book of stories.
Cathy Cullis, artist and poet. Eric Gregory award 1996, published in a variery of journals and pamphlet collections. http://cathycullis.blogspot.com
Rose Cook lives in Devon. Her poems are available in Everyday Festival published by HappenStance and Taking Flight published by Oversteps Books. www.rosecook.wordpress.com
Bernardine Coverley is a gardener whose writing includes poems in Smiths Knoll and Mslexia, and a travel book Garden of the Jaguar. www.bernardinecoverley.co.uk
Martyn Crucefix’s new collection, Hurt, is published by Enitharmon. His translation of Rilke’s Duino Elegies (Enitharmon 2006) was shortlisted for the 2007 Popescu Prize. Profile on
Richard Dillon was born in London, and now lives with his family Barbara, Ellie and Amy, in Chesterfield, UK. He teaches Creative Writing.
Josh Ekroy is published in magazines and was commended in Ver Poets Competition 2010.
Robert Ensors past is shrouded in mystery, his present is surrounded by poetry and his future is clouded in chronometry
Robert Etty lives in Lincolnshire and is a member of the Nunsthorpe Poetry Group in Grimsby. He recently read from his work on BBC Humberside.
Sally Festing’s second chaphook, Salaams, came out with Happenstance Press in 2009. She runs a Stanza workshop in Manningrree.
William Gilson recently had an essay about early American graveyards published in New England Review.
Richard W. Halperin’s first collection Anniversary was recently published by Salmon Poetry Limited. ‘Dear Leo’ was commended in the 2010 Wigrown Poetry Competition
Ron. Lavalette lives in the northeastern corner of Vermont. A reasonable sample of his published work can be found at Eggs Over Tokyo: http://eggsovertokyo.blogspot.com
Richard Livermore (b. 1944) has had poetry published in many magazines and also a number in book form. He edits 01’ Chanty, an online magazine.
Sue Lockwood is a Melbourne poet and creative writing teacher. Her poems have been published in Island, Heat and Antipodes.
Andrew Marstrand has had poetry in London Magazine, Magma, The North, The Reader, Staple and other magazines. Several poetry prizes and commendations. Prose in Orbis, readings on Radio London.
Pete Monacell lives in Missouri. He has essays on Charles Bernstein, James Dickey, and William Carlos Williams/Wallace Stevens/Louis Zukofsky forthcoming. Another poem will appear in Unsplendid.
Jeremy Page's latest collection of poems is In and Our of The Dark Wood (HappenStance, 2010). His play Loving Psyche was recently staged in Germany.
Jack Powers lives in Fairfield, Connecticut with his wife and children. His poems have appeared in Atlanta Review, The Ledge, Cortland Review, Inkwell and elsewhere.
Juliet Powys is a third year anthropology student at SOAS in London. She has been writing poetry for some years, in England & abroad.
Megan Joann Pryce is an Australian living and working in London. She is very happy, as this is her first published poem.
Phil Robertson lives and works in his adopted hometown of Bolton. He usually writes prose but now and again tries his hand at verse.
Paul Stephenson is 37 years old and lives in north London. He recently had poems in South Bank Poetry and a poem shortlisted for the Bridport in 2010.
Todd Swift is Lecturer in Creative Writing at Kingston University. Collections include Seaway: New and Selected Poems (Salmon, 2008). Co-editor of Modern Canadian Poets: An Anthology (Carcanet, 2010).
Marion Tracy is finishing a temporary sea change in New South Wales. She is extensively published in both Australia and the UK and has a profile on poetrypf.co.uk
Sarah Westcott is a reporter for the Daily Express. She has an MA in Creative Writing from Royal Holloway and recent poems in Magma, Mslexia and South Bank Poetry.
Kate White lives and works in London. Her poems have appeared in Smiths Knoll and other magazines. This is her second poem for 14 Magazine.
John Whitworth's tenth book, The Girlie Gangs will be available frons Enitharmon in 2011. Lighten his life and buy it!
Kristian Wiese lives in Oslo, Norway. He currently works for Press Publishing House. His first e-booklet of poetry was published at http://www.redceilings.blogspot.com/ in September 2010.
Ben Wilkinson’s poems have appeared widely, in publications including Poetry Review, Poetry London, The Spectator and the TLS. His pamphlet, The Sparks, is published by tall-lighthouse.
Roddy Williams lives and works in West London and is a keen experimental photographer and surrealist artist. His poetry has been published widely recently.
Margaret Wilmot: I was born in California but have lived in Sussex since 1978. I am drawn by imaginative associations . . . seeing where the pencil leads.
Joy Winkler: A prize winner in 2010 Nottingham Open Poetry Competition and contributor to 2010 Cheshire Prize for Literature anthology. Most recent collection On the Edge.
Drawings - Clare Johnson
Clare Johnson is a visual artist and writer from Seattle. Her work has been exhibited widely throughout the UK, including at the Jerwood Space and in the permanent collection at Guy’s Hospital. She has won awards for both her art and her writing and holds degrees from Central Saint Martins in London and Brown University in the US.
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