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Aarnes, William

William Aarnes lives in South Carolina. His poems appear in NewVerseNews, Clapboard House, Inscribed and Umbrella.

Abrams, Joshua E

Joshua Abrams has written on Russia and Central Asia, and is a regular columnist for Steppe Magazine.

Acharya, Shanta

Acharya was born in India, educated at Oxford and Harvard; and lives in London. Her five books of poetry are Dreams That Spell The Light(Arc Publications 2009), Shringara(Shoestring Press 2006), Looking In, Looking Out (Headland Publications 2005), Numbering Our Days' Illusions(Rockingham 1995) and Not This, Not That(Rupa & Co 1994). Her doctoral study, The Influence of Indian Thought on Ralph Waldo Emerson, was published by The Edwin Mellen Press, USA, in 2001.

Adams, Susan

Adams is a research scientist at the University of Sydney. Her poetry has appeared in Australian Poetry Collection, Melaleuca, Australian Reader, ABC Pool and The Redroom Company.

Adams, Derek

Adams lives in Essex. He is a professional photographer and one of the organisers of the Essex Poetry Festival. Recent & forthcoming poems in Magma, Acumen, Boomerang, Obsessed with Pipework, Smith's Knoll and a chapbook Postcards to Olympus (Poetry Monthly 2004).

Admussen, Nick

Admussen is a graduate of the MFA program in poetry writing at Washington University in St Louis, and is a doctoral candidate in Chinese literature at Princeton University.

Aird, Michael

Airdís work has appeared in journals such as Lit, Lungfull!, Bombay Gin, Rhino, Phoebe, Dislocate, Shampoo and Horse Less Review.

al-Rubaish, Ibrahim

Al-Rubaish was teaching in Pakistan when he was arrested by mercenaries and sold to allied forces. He was imprisoned in Guantánamo and released in 2006.

Alapat, Dominic

Alapat is a Mumbai-based journalist and poet.

Alcock, Stevan

Alcock is a writer and translator. He has commenced his second year of a part-time MA in Creative Writing. Stevan speaks German, French and Afrikaans, and has studied Romanian and Russian. His current novel will be completed in 2013.