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Finch, Annie

Finch's books of poetry include The Encyclopedia of Scotland, Eve, and Calendars, a translation of the complete poems of Renaissance poet Louise Labé and the libretto for the opera Marina. She has also published The Body of Poetry: Essays on Women, Form, and the Poetic Self, and five anthologies of poetry and poetics.

Findura, John

Findura holds an MFA from The New School. A Pushcart Prize nominee, he is the author of the chapbook Useful Shrapnel (Scantily Clad Press, forthcoming) and his poetry and criticism appear in various journals. Born in Paterson, he lives in Northern New Jersey with his wife and daughter.

Fine, Kaethe

Fine is a New Yorker living in London. She writes (and sometimes directs) monologues, film/video and plays, including the multimedia piece Wollstonecraft Live! recently produced in London. Her poems were included in Graphic Poetry, and others have appeared in magazines such as Aesthetica and Keystone.

Finkle, David

Finkle is a freelance writer whose theatre reviews have appeared in the Village Voice and New York Times. He is senior drama critic for TheaterMania.com. nthposition will be publishing his collection of short stories in October 2011.

Fischer, Saskia

Saskia lives in London where she works, writes and takes photographs. Prior to this, she worked for a few years in the US as a union organizer and social justice activist.

Fisher, J

Fisher’s first book of poems came out with Frontenac House in 2004. He spends his leisure time listening to old records, scrounging paperbacks and trying to find the best red wine under the sun.

Fisher, Martin

Fisher co-produced the Oscar-winning Taxi to the dark side, and produced and wrote the documentary On borrowed money. He has been published in the New York Times and the Journal of Art. He has been a media source for Fox Business News and ABC News. He is a resident at The Writers Room, NYC.

Fitzgerald, Neil

Fitzgerald is an Englishman living in France. He teaches English in and around Paris, and reviews fiction for the Times Literary Supplement.

Fitzpatrick, Sara

Fitzpatrick is a poet, mother and cheesemonger who lives in Fort Myers, Florida. Her work has recently been featured in Hip Mama magazine.

Fixter, Janice

Fixter writes non-fiction and poetry and has been widely published in poetry magazines and journals. Tall Lighthouse published her pamphlet Walking the Hawk in June 2005.