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Rooney, Padraig

Rooney's The Escape Artist (Smith/Doorstop) was published in 2006. His first collection In the Bonsai Garden won the Patrick Kavanagh Award. He lives in Switzerland.

Rooney, Noel

Rooney is a poet and essayist whose interests range from ancient cultures to modern art, via european esoterica, scripture and canonical poetry, science (orthodox and otherwise), languages and language.

Rosen, Marlene

Rosen, born in Brooklyn, NY, attended the Iowa Writers Workshop, Iowa City, where in 1960 she and her husband Michael J Fine opened The Paper Place, the Midwest's first all-paperback bookstore. They live, write and publish in Manhattan.

Ross, T S

Ross is an actor, writer, activist and suspicious character who lives in El Paso for mysterious and inexplicable reasons.

Ross, Joe

Author of 12 books of poetry, Ross was born in Pennsylvania, has lived in Washington, DC, and San Diego and moved to Paris in 2004. His most recent titles are: EQUATIONS=equals (Green Integer, 2004), Strati (La Camera Verde, 2007), FRACTURED // Conections... (La Camera Verde, 2008) and Strata (Dusie Press, 2008).

Ruffles, Tom

Ruffles is author of Ghost Images: Cinema of the Afterlife, a study of survival after death in film since the medium's beginnings, and lectures on film.

Russell, Jonathan

Jonathan is a journalist.

Ruthen, Philip

Ruthen's poetry and short fiction appears in The Poetry Church, Roundyhouse, the tall-light-house review 2 and Psychopoetica, among others. British Satellite News featured his shared Residency at the second London Poetry Festival 2006 - convened by The Poet's Letter.

Rutkowski, Thaddeus

Rutkowski's novel Roughhouse (Kaya Press 1999) was a finalist for the Members' Choice of the Asian American Literary Awards. His new novel, Tetched, is forthcoming from Behler Publications. He lives in New York with his wife and daughter.

Ryan, Maria

Ryan is a doctoral student at the University of Birmingham, UK. She is researching the network of ‘neo-conservative’ foreign policy advocacy groups during the 1990s, the development of their policies and the extent to which this influenced the Bush Administration before and after 9/11.