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Scott is a poet, writer, and researcher. His chief poetry books are the three volumes of his trilogy Seculum: Coming to Jakarta (1989), Listening to the Candle (1992), and Minding the Darkness (2000). In addition he has published Crossing Borders: Selected Shorter Poems (1994). In 2002 he was awarded the Lannan Poetry Award.
Maurice was born and educated in Dublin. He is the former editor of 'The Beau' and curator of the Winding Stair reading series. His work recently appeared in the 'Oxford Anthology of 20th century British and Irish Poetry'. His books of poetry include '5 Freedoms of Movement', 'Livelihood' and 'What is the Cat Looking At?'.
Seed is editor of www.shadowtrain.com. His first full-length collection of poems is Anonymous Intruder, available from Shearsman books.
The music we dance to (Sheep Meadow Press 1999) won the Poetry Society of America Hemley Award and Seiferle's poems were included in The best American poetry 2000 (Scribner 2000). The ripped-out seam (Sheep Meadow Press 1993) won the Writer's Exchange Award, the National Writer's Union Prize and the Poetry Society of America Bogin Award. Her translation of Vallejo's Trilce (Sheep Meadow Press 1992) was the only finalist for the 1992 PenWest Translation Award. Her third collection, Bitters (Copper Canyon Press 2001) won the Western States Book Award in Poetry. She is the editor of The Drunken Boat.
Spencer has authored seven poetry books and three containing visual art. He edited a poetry magazine, started a book press and coordinated The Canessa Park Reading Series. He created The List of Experimental Poetry/Art Magazines, an important source of online information for innovative writers.
Sen has written/translated/edited over a dozen books, including: The Lunar Visitations (1990), New York Times (1992), Dali's Twisted Hands (1995), Postmarked India: New & Selected Poems (HarperCollins, 1997), Distracted Geographies (2003), Rain (2005), and Blue Nude: Selected Poems & Translations 1998-2008. His other writings have appeared in the TLS, Guardian, Observer, Independent, FT, London Magazine, Hindu, and India Today. Sen's recent work appears in New Writing 15 (Granta, 2007) and Language of a New Century (Norton, 2008). He lives in New Delhi and London.
Sengupta works as a freelance writer and editorial consultant in Bangalore, India. Her poetry has been published in Pratilipi, Quay Journal, Cha: An Asian Journal, Kritya, Muse India, Talking Poetry and several anthologies. In 2008, she received the Toto Funds the Arts Award for Creative Writing.
Sensier, originally from Sussex, is an English student at King's, Cambridge, where she is Varsity's literary critic. She has been a winner of the Foyles, Tower, & Peterloo young poets' competitions. She has been published in Pomegranate, the Rialto and Monkey Kettle.
After leaving university, Sergeant worked as a civil servant, bookseller, teacher, waiter, barman and circus tent erector. He has since returned to Oxford to read for a PhD. He has previously had poems published in PN Review, Stand, Agenda, Stride and The London Magazine.
Sexton's poetry and fiction has been published in The Journal of Irish Literature, New Irish Writing, Poetry Ireland Review, Books Ireland and elsewhere. He is the author of one collection, The prince's brief career (Cairn Mountain Publishing 1996). He is also a scriptwriter and recently recorded an album, Sons of Shiva (Track Records).