No 68 - 2006
Ann Alexander won the Frogmore Poetry Prize in 2000. She has published two collections with Peterloo.
Arlene Ang is the winner of this year's Frogmore Prize. She is the author of Desecration of Doves (iUniverse, 2005) and lives in a small town outside Venice.
Annemarie Austin is the author of Back From The Moon (Bloodaxe).
Judy Brown won the Hamish Canham Poetry Prize in 2005.
Reid Bush is widely published in the USA. His collection What You Know was published by Larkspur Press.
Tom Collingridge was born in Ipswich. Now lives in Haarlem, the Netherlands, with Dutch partner and young daughter.
Lorna Dowell's poetry has appeared in Acumen, Magma and Seam. Lives in Tadworth, Surrey.
Charles Evans lives in Blackheath and was shortlisted for the Frogmore Prize last year and this.
Clare Girvan lives in a small Devon estuary town. In 1996 she was a prize winner in the Ian St James and Asham Foundation short story competitions, and in 2004 won first prize in the Wales and West section of the Real Writers' short story competition. Winner of the Frogmore Short Shorts competition judged by Tobias Hill.
Jenny Hamlett published Watching The Sea Four Ways with Frogmore.
Paul Hansbury works for the British Library. Currently seeking a publisher for his latest novel.
Mike Loveday lives in Moor Park, Middlesex and is widely published in magazines.
Christine McNeill's latest collection is The Outsider (Shoestring Press).
Jenny Morris has taught in Britain and overseas. Her short stories and poems have appeared in magazines and anthologies and have been read on the radio. She lives in Norwich and writes on the back of envelopes while walking down Unthank Road.
Jenny Osborne lives in Totnes. She co-edited Moor Poets 2, an anthology of poems inspired by Dartmoor.
Carolyn Oulton's double collection Devil's Acre and Warned Against Unnecessary Journeys is published by UKA Press.
Helen Overell is a member of Mole Valley Poets. Work in Acumen, Magma and Other Poetry.
Caroline Price has won the Frogmore Prize a record three times and is the author of two highly-regarded collections.
Anne Ryland's first collection Autumnologist (Arrowhead) has been shortlisted for the Felix Dennis Prize for Best First Collection sponsored by Felix Dennis and the Forward Arts Foundation.
Matt Shoard won the Poetry Society's Young Poet of the Year award and is the co-creator / editor of The Watch List, the first literary magazine on eBay. He works for Monkey TV and starts his MPhil at Essex later this year. Lives in Tunbridge Wells.
Alex Smith is the author of Ocean Myths (Ino Press).
Anne Stewart is one of the Ten Hallam Poets (Mews Press, 2005) and the founder of the poetry p f poet showcase at http://www.poetrypf.co.uk
James Turner lives in Exeter and is the author of Forgeries.
Ellen De Vries was born in Belfast to a Northern Irish mother and Dutch father. Grew up in Yemen and Ireland and lived in Amsterdam before moving to England. Now based in Brighton.
Merryn Williams' latest collection At the Edge of Light is published by Shoestring. She is also the translator of Selected Poems of Federico Lorca (Bloodaxe 1992).
Gina Wilson won the Frogmore Prize in 1997.
Howard Wright won the Frogmore Prize in 2004. Twelve of his poems are included in New Soundings (QUB/Blackstaff Press 2003).
Michael Wyndham worked variously as a copywriter, gardener and as a pest controller in the USA. Can now be heard at the open mic and floor spots of the London poetry scene.
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