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Harlow's poems, fiction and essays can be found in Blue Mesa Review, Contemporary Literary Criticism, Descant, Washington Square Review and elsewhere. She is a graduate of the writing programs at University of Wisconsin-Madison and George Mason University. She lives in rural Wisconsin.
Harris lives in Nottinghamshire and works from home as an editor for an online media company.
Harris is a broad Brit abroad, living in Paris. His book antwerp (2009) is published by wurm press, and his new photography / poetry chapbook the smoke (2010) is published by Knives Forks & Spoons Press.
Williams has taught at the Free University of Berlin since 1976. His collections include Bright river yonder (1987), Cornerless people (1990), Double (1994) and Canada (1997), all from Bloodaxe, and Spending time with Walter (Jonathan Cape 2001). Mystery in Spiderville was reissued by Vintage in 2003. Blues (Jonathan Cape 2004) was short-listed for the TS Eliot Prize.
Harvey lectured for almost two decades at Stanford University and for almost one at the University of California at Berkeley Extension. Before that, she taught at Tufts University, where she received her doctorate in Elizabethan poetry. Now retired, she taught for almost a decade at Emeritus College in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Harvey is the author of novels including InsideThe town that forgot how to breathe ( 2003), which was on Amazon Canada's Top 25 Fiction list for that year; four short story collections (including Directions for an open body, Mercury Press 1990, nominated for a Commonwealth Writers Prize); two thrillers; and a collection of poetry, Kill the poets (General Publishing Co 1995). He has written for the Globe and Mail, Ottawa Citizen, Toronto Star and National Post. He lives in Newfoundland.
Hathcock lives in Memphis, Tennessee, and teaches in the English department at Rhodes College. He is a contributing editor for The Quarterly Conversation.
Haynes won the 2006 Costa Prize for Poetry (formerly the Whitbread), for his collection Letter to Patience (Seren). He spent 1970 to 1988 as a lecturer in English at Ahmadu Bello University in Nigeria, where he founded the literary journal Saiwa. Now back in the UK, he has continued teaching, writing and publishing and is the author of a number of books: on teaching, style and language theory, as well as African poetry, stories for African children, and two other volumes of verse.
Linda has worked as a magazine editor in Dubai, Bangkok and Beirut and is currently a freelance writer and political columnist based in Athens. Her columns appear regularly in the 'Gulf News', 'Ahram Weekly', the 'South China Morning Post' and 'Counterpunch'.
Heath has an MAW at Warwick University, where she gained a distinction in poetry. She lost her sight nearly 30 years ago and learned to use a computer with a screen reader (Dolphin's Hal). She achieved a First in BA Drama at Exeter University. Since then she has been to the Arvon Foundation. She has a black guide dog called Frankie - her fourth dog.