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OUT MAY 2013
Biographies - issue 28
Seth Crook taught philosophy at various universities
before moving to the Hebrides. He does not like
cod philosophy in poetry, but likes cod, philosophy and poetry.
His poems have recently appeared in
Gutter, Ink, Sweat and Tears, Snakeskin, The Journal, Antiphon,
Northwords Now, Message in a Bottle
Caitlin writes books nobody reads. You can find one of them here:
She also has a Twitter: @CHWrite. Twitter's still a thing, right?
At the age of nineteen, Simon worked as a train guard
on the London Underground. Since then his working
life has seen him deliver parcels, pizzas and
body parts; has thrown him onstage as Hamlet,
Oedipus and Dracula (not all at once); and has put him
in castles, classrooms and a hole in Brockwell Park.
Five years ago, he moved to Madrid where he lives
with his eternally patient wife Raquel and a two year old
carbon copy of himself called Carmen. In January of
this year, he signed with John Jarrold Literary Agency through which
his werewolf novel
The Beast from the East
is currently being
submitted to publishers. So, claws crossed for that one.
silva zanoyan merjanian
Silva Merjanian is a poet residing in Southern California with her
husband and two sons. She finds inspiration in both the
majesty of daily life and the unexpected intricacies of what may
appear mundane. Silva is widely respected by her peers and has
a rapidly growing following. She hopes her poems will take you
on a journey outlined in her words and coloured with the images
of your imagination.
Jonnie is a final-year student from Hertfordshire studying English at
Loughborough University. He started writing in his first year of the
course; he enjoys writing poetry, short stories, creative non-fiction,
and he is currently writing a novel.
Gautam Sen lives in Kolkata (Calcutta), India. Widely published in
various print and online publications around the world, he is the author of
a nonfiction best-seller in India called
The Mind of Swami Vivekananda
a children's novel,
The Fantabulous Fens
, and two volumes of
essays and letters.
Jeremiah Walton was born February 12, 1995.
He lives in New England, where he manages
a small press dedicated towards defeating the negative stereotypes
so many members of his generation label poetry.