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Bainton, Roy

Bainton is a former Merchant Navy seaman and author of Honoured by Strangers: The Life and Times of Captain Francis Cromie CB DSO RN (Airlife 2002), The Long Patrol: The British in Germany, 1945-90 (Mainstream Publishing 2003) and A Brief History of 1917: Russia's Year of Revolution (Constable & Robinson 2005).

Bak, Louise

Louise is the author of Gingko Kitchen (Coach House Books 1998), emeighty (Letters, 1995) and Tulpa (Coach House Books, 2002). She is the co-host of Sex City, Toronto's only radio show focussed on intersections between sexuality and culture.

Baker, Alan

Baker lives in Nottingham, England. He runs Leafe Press and is editor of the webzine Litter. He has published three previous pamphlets, and has a new pamphlet forthcoming from Skysill Press.

Baker, Julian

Baker was educated in Adelaide, Nairobi and London, where he now resides. As well as writing fiction, he also creates digital sound art.

Baldock, Carole

Baldock is proud owner of three children (all in good working order), two cats (need slight attention) and a computer. Editor of Orbis, the renowned international literary journal of over 30 years’ standing, she has written enough poems over the last 10 years to fill a drawer, and her debut collection is BITCHING.

Ball, Jan

Jan Ball has had many poems published in journals in the US, Britain and Canada including Atlanta Review, The Connecticut Review and Nimrod. Her chapbook, 'Accompanying Spouse', is available from Amazon. She teaches ESL at DePaul University in Chicago.

Ballard, Barry

Ballard’s poetry has most recently appeared in Prairie Schooner, The Connecticut Review, The Apalachee Review and Puerto del Sol. His most recent collection is Plowing To The End of the Road (Finishing Line Press, and nominated for the Pushcart Prize).

Barber, Ros

Barber has recently had poems published in Poetry Review, The Daily Telegraph, Independent On Sunday, Poetry London, Magma and New Humanist Magazine. How Things Are On Thursday was published by Anvil in 2004; a new collection, Material, will be published in 2008.

Barker, Edward

Edward Barker's first collection was published by Baring and Rogerson in 2001. His work has appeared in anthologies including the Forward Book of Poetry, Poetry of Place and Gobby Deegan's Riposte. He is a screenwriter, manages a homeless charity and (with AB Jackson) runs The Poem website.

Barker, Sebastian

Barker was chair of the Poetry Society 1988-1992, Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature 1997, and editor of The London Magazine 2002-2008. In that last capacity, he was a bravely outspoken critic of certain Arts Council funding policies. His poetry publications include The Erotics of God (Smokestack, 2005), The Matter of Europe (Menard, 2005), Damnatio Memoriae: Erased from Memory (Enitharmon, 2004), The Hand in the Well (Enitharmon, 1996), Guarding the Border: Selected Poems (Enitharmon, 1992), and The Dream of Intelligence (Littlewood Arc, 1992).