be found on her website at unfurling.net. Pauline Masurel wishes to make it clear that she is happily married and has no cannibalistic tendencies. Sam Peczek is biding her sweet, sweet time.
Jane Roberts has been published in a variety magazines and two anthologies “Subtext” (2009) and “100 Stories for Haiti” (2010). She likes pseudonyms and dunking dark chocolate digestives in herbal tea. W.F. Roby is a poet and playwright from Texas. His poems have appeared at Stirring, Blue Fifth Review, anti-, Karawane, and this magazine when it was known as blue-eyed boy bait He is writer-in-residence at Teacup teacup.mutatingthesignature.org and wishes you a wonderful afternoon.
Dee Sunshine is the author of four poetry collections - The Bad Seed (Stride, 1998), Dropping Ecstasy With The Angels (Bluechrome, 2004), Visions Of The Drowning Man (Obooko e-book, 2009) and Red Dreams And Razorblades: Collected Poems 1980-2005 (Obooko e-book, 2009) - and one novel, Stealing Heaven From The Lips Of God (Bluechrome, 2004). He edited the charity poetry anthology, The Book Of Hopes And Dreams (Bluechrome, 2006). He also edits The AA Independent Press Guide, a free online directory of magazines and publishers, hosted on his website at www.thunderburst.co.uk, alongside a host of useful writers’ resources, as well as a port-folio of his art and a selection of his poetry. Jonathan Taylor is the author of the memoir Take Me Home: Parkinson’s, My Father, Myself (Granta Books, 2007), and is Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing at De Montfort University.
Andrew Terhune is the author of the chapbooks Helen Mirren Picks Out My Clothes (2009, the greying ghost press) and Handle This Bludgeon and Run Me Through (2008, Tilt Press). He lives in Savannah, GA with his wife and two daughters.
Hannah Walker is a poet and projects co-ordinator. She was recently awarded a place on Escalator, a professional development scheme funded by Arts Council East, through which she is writing her first solo spoken word show, ‘This is just to say’. A show investigating apology and its relationship to ego and cultural identity. Her work has been likened to a poetry party in your cerebral cortex. She is working towards a collection called ‘You interrupt my brain sweetheart’. She is based in Norwich and she likes it.
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