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Haber is a Montreal writer and analog synthesizer. These days she is composing music for CBC radio documentaries, playing in a rock band, working at the National Film Board of Canada and writing a screenplay about a boy and his pet chicken. She won the 2003 CBC Short Story Competition.
Ran was born in The Netherlands and grew up in Israel. He teaches in the Tel-Aviv University's Department of Comparative Literature. He also works as a literary translator (from German, English and Dutch), and as a literary critic for the Israeli daily 'Yedioth Ahronoth'.
In 2003, Hadfield received an Eric Gregory award from the Society of Authors for Lorelei's lore, written with the help of a Scottish Arts Council bursary. Her poems appear in magazines and anthologies including The Dark Horse, Grain, Hanging Loose, Magma, The Fiddlehead and Poetry Salzburg Review.
Haladyn's poems and short stories have appeared in elimae, ’a·pos·tro·phe, Laika Poetry Review, Underground Voices and identity theory, as well as in a collection titled Grubstreet 2001-2002: Standing Room Only (Huron Literary Society, 2002). He has also published collaborative critical articles and reviews with Miriam Jordan in Parachute, C Magazine, On Site Review, and in several essay collections.
Hales is a poet and musician living in Greenfield, MA. His poems can be found in Verse Daily, Conduit, Bateau and Upstreet. His album, Frost Heaves, is available from Algorhythm Records.
Hall is working on a thesis on JH Prynne. His poetry and prose have most recently been featured in ditch, Toronto Quarterly, Swamp, NoD, Misunderstandings Magazine, Cordite Poetry Review, Foam:e and Going Down Swinging.
John was in the South Manchester Poetry Group during the 70s, a regular reader at 'The Why Not Pub' during the 80s and read social history in the 90s. He is published in 'The Ugly Tree', 'The Journal', and 'Fire' and reviews for 'New Hope International Review'.
Hambling writes for New Scientist and the science section of The Guardian, specialising in military technology. He also explored the wilder side of science in a monthly column for Fortean Times.
Hamilton runs independent publisher Egg Box, is a programme and event manager for The New Writing Partnership and co-edits Stop Sharpening Your Knives, the anthology series for emerging poets. His poetry and criticism has been published in print and online in The Manhattan Review, Poetry London and The Spectator.
Hamilton has been published recently in White Wall Review, Poet Lore, South Carolina Review, Cold Mountain Review, Tulane Review, u>slipstream, and others. She is a former Poet Laureate of Oklahoma.