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McLoughlin won second prize in the National Poetry Competition 2005. His poems have appeared the anthology Entering the Tapestry edited by Mimi Khalvati and Graham Fawcett (Enitharmon 2003), and in magazines including The Rialto, The Shop and The Oxford Magazine.
McMacken works in Michigan as a freelance writer and social worker with the non-profit Training and Treatment Innovations. Her poems have appeared in Detroit's Metro Times, Oakland County Beat, Advocate, and online at The Fairfield Review and 3rd Muse Poetry Journal. She was awarded a Liberal Arts Network for Development (LAND) prize.
McMahon is a student at New York City College.
McNally is originally from Navan. He graduated from the Masters in Writing program at NUI Galway in 2007. He has had poetry published in Ropes Magazine and his one act play Spilt Milk won best production at the Muscailt festival.
McOrmond's poetry has appeared in literary journals and online at Greenboathouse, Maisonneuve, Jacket (Australia). Lean Days (Wolsak and Wynn 2004) was short-listed for the Gerald Lampert Memorial Award for best first book of poetry written by a Canadian. A second collection, Primer on the Hereafter, is forthcoming. His work recently received a 'Highly Commended' award in the 2005 Petra Kenney International Poetry Competition.
McRae is a BBC World Service radio journalist and Londoner. Her poems recently appeared in the pamphlet Maida Vale Poets: New Poems 2007.
Melchioretto is a visual artist born in Switzerland to Italian parents. She has published work in Poetry Wales, Poetry London, Foolscap, Wolf, Salzburg Review, Ambit, X-Magazine and Unpublished. Her first chapbook was Podding peas (Hearing Eye2004).
In addition to essays in literature, philosophy and film criticism, Melehy has written scenarios for short films. His verse has appeared or will soon appear in The Baltimore Review, Borderlands and The Hat.
Menaghan, a prize-winning poet and playwright, has published three books with Salmon Poetry (Ireland): All the Money in the World (1999), She Alone (2006), and What Vanishes (2009). 'A Rumor of Rain' was published in The Hollow & Other Plays (2008). He teaches at Loyola Marymount University.
Mengham is Reader in Modern English Literature at the University of Cambridge, where he is also Curator of Works of Art at Jesus College. He is the author of books on Charles Dickens, Emily Bronte and Henry Green, as well as of The Descent of Language (1993). He has edited collections of essays on contemporary fiction, violence and avant-garde art, and the fiction of the 1940s. He is also the editor of the Equipage series of poetry pamphlets and co-editor and co-translator of Altered State: the New Polish Poetry (Arc Publications 2003) and co-editor of Vanishing Points: New Modernist Poems (Salt 2005). His own poems have been published under the title Unsung: New and selected Poems (Folio/Salt 1996; 2nd edition, 2001). His most recent books are Thomas Hardy's Shorter Fiction, co-written with Sophie Gilmartin (Edinburgh University Press, 2007) and Parleys and Skirmishes [poems] with photographs by Marc Atkins (Ars Cameralis 2007).