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Hogg was a journalist for Japanese NGO Peace Boat. He lives in London, writing poetry and fiction between teaching literacy skills to refugees and asylum seekers. Twice shortlisted for the Eric Gregory Award for young artists, recent work appears in this is it and as part of the London art exhibition The Art of Love. Show Me the Sky, his debut novel, came out in 2008 from Canongate.
Holden lives in Oxford, where she is working on her first novel. She was runner-up in the 2009 Orange/Harpers' Bazaar Short Story Competition, long-listed in the 2010 Short Fiction New Writers Competition, and her stories have appeared or are forthcoming in Horizon Review, Brand Literary Magazine, Fractured West, Junctures Journal and likestarlings.
Holland is Warwick Poet Laureate for 2008 and edits the online poetry resource Poets on Fire. After winning an Eric Gregory Award in 1996, her first collection was published by Bloodaxe. Her most recent is Boudicca & Co (Salt, 2006). Her next collection, Camper Van Blues, is due from Salt in late 2008. She is the editor of Horizon Review.
Holland teaches at Norwich School of Art & Design and at the University of East Anglia. Her poems have been published in journals including The Rialto, Smith’s Knoll, Other Poetry and roger, and in the Reactions Anthologies and New Writing 10. She will be reading at the Poetry-next-the-Sea festival in Wells, May 2007.
Bruce's fiction has been translated into over a dozen languages, and has received two Nebula Awards, a Bram Stoker Award and a Pushcart Prize.
Holland-Batt lives in Queensland, where she is the poetry editor for the literary magazine Vanguard and a freelance arts writer for localART. Her poetry has appeared in Straight Out Of Brisbane (SOOB): New Writing, Aesthetica and Ideation. Her upcoming publications include Cultural Studies Review.
Holman was dubbed a member of the 'Poetry Pantheon' by the New York Times Magazine. His latest collection, A Couple of Ways of Doing Something (Art of This Century/Pace Editions 2003), was first exhibited at the Peggy Guggenheim Museum during the Venice Biennale. He co-edited Aloud! Voices from the Nuyorican Poets Café, winner of the American Book Award. Holman's CD, In With The Out Crowd, was produced by Hal Willner. He won three Emmys over six seasons producing Poetry Spots for WNYC-TV. Since 2003, he has taught Exploding Text: Poetry Performance at Columbia University, as a graduate course in the School of the Arts. He runs the Bowery Poetry Club "at the foot of First" in downtown Manhattan. He is poetry guide at About.com.
Holt is a 22-year-old writer from Melbourne. Her first book of poetry will be published in Australia in July 2005.
Homan is a former 'legal editor' of the New York Law Journal and owner and writer/editor of www.new-york-commoners-law.com and www.dons-review.com, now defunct. Former 'Cops-n-Courts' reporter in Minneapolis, Minn.
Home is the author of a number of works of fiction and cultural commentary. His most recent novel, Tainted Love (Virgin Books), takes readers on a trip through the dark underbelly of the Sixties.