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Ramsay, Robin

Robin Ramsay is the editor and publisher of Lobster. He is co-author of 'Wilson and the Secret State' and author of 'Conspiracy theories' (2000), 'Who shot JFK?' and 'The rise of New Labour' (both 2002).

Ramspeck, Doug

Doug Ramspeck's poetry collection Black Tupelo Country was selected for the 2007 John Ciardi Prize for Poetry and was published by BkMk Press (University of Missouri-Kansas City) in 2008. He directs the Writing Center and teaches creative writing and composition at The Ohio State University at Lima.

Randall, Jessy

Randall's first book of poems, A Day in Boyland, is now available from Ghost Road Press.

Rao, Mani

Rao lives in Hong Kong. Her latest, and sixth, book of poetry is Echolocation (Chameleon Press 2003). Her poetry is also in various journals and anthologies.

Ravinthiran, Vidyan

Ravinthiran is a graduate student and lecturer at Balliol College, Oxford. His pamphlet, At Home or Nowhere was published in 2008 by Tall-Lighthouse and his poems have appeared in Magma, Poetry Review, The North, The Times Literary Supplement, The Oxonian Review, Horizon Review and Ambit.

Read, Sally

Read won an Eric Gregory Award in 2001. Her first collection, The Point of Splitting, was published by Bloodaxe Books in 2005.

Reddy, Srikanth

Reddy's poems have appeared in APR, Fence, Grand Street, Ploughshares and elsewhere. He has held fellowships from the Mellon Foundation, the Whiting Foundation and the Wisconsin Institute for Creative Writing. He is the Moody Writer-in-Residence at the University of Chicago. His debut collection is Facts for visitors (University of California Press 2004).

Reece, Timothy

Reece spent six years working with the British Army Intelligence Corps as an Arabic and French linguist.

Reeves, Dave

Reeves's most recent work as attached writer to a parish in Shropshire is Ballads for Bomere Heath, published as a cd-rom/audio cd. He performs with composer/musician Tom Cook as The Whirled Service, and is involved in literary and spoken word broadcasts. He edits Raw Edge Magazine.

Regel, Tom

Regel is a student at Goldsmiths University of London, he blogs at www.tomregel.tumblr.com and at inquisitor101.wordpress.com/. He has also contributed to various British political websites.