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Contributors a–z Bette Adriaanse is a writer and a visual artist, born in Amsterdam in 1984, now living in London. She has a degree in Fine Arts from the Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam and an mst in Creative Writing from Oxford University. Her stories have been published in magazines for literature and philosophy, in both the UK and the Netherlands. Aside from writing stories, she also makes wall-sized drawings, installations and video-work. The story in Structo is an excerpt from her first novel, Rus. Her website is betteadriaanse.nl Christopher Beard lives with his wife in Seattle, WA. He has studied at colleges in Lewiston, ME and Bennington, VT, and he has both ‘poetry teacher’ and ‘piano mover’ on his resumé. He occasionally publishes poems in occasionally published magazines and is the author of the chapbook Last Stacy Magner Barrett has her bfa from Emerson College and her mfa from Bennington College, both in Poetry and Literature. She has a passion for the short poem, both writing it and reading it, which is only paralleled by her passion for the city of San Francisco, where she currently resides. She was a finalist for the Four Way Books Intro Poetry Prize and her work has been published in The Bennington Review and Inertia Magazine Peter J.B. Bentzen works as a doctor in the black-forrested parts of Germany. Long work hours and an infatuation with the style of minimalism led him to flash fiction – in other words short-short stories. Between night-shifts he folds paragraphs, puns and paper cranes Elijah Burrell is an American poet. He lives in Jefferson City, Missouri with his wife and two little girls. Burrell’s poetry has appeared in many fine publications such as Measure, The Sugar House Review and Cedars. Burrell was the recipient of the 2009 Cecil A. Blue Award in Poetry and the 2010 Jane Kenyon Scholarship at Bennington College Christine De Luca (née Pearson) was born and brought up in Shetland but lives in Edinburgh. She writes in both English and Shetlandic. She has had five collections of poetry published, most recently North End of Eden (Luath Press, 2010), and won the poetry Prix du Livre Insulaire 2007 for

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Structo issue eight  

Our biggest issue yet features 12 short stories, 14 poems (two in translation), three interviews (authors Kim Stanley Robinson and Steven Ha...

Structo issue eight  

Our biggest issue yet features 12 short stories, 14 poems (two in translation), three interviews (authors Kim Stanley Robinson and Steven Ha...

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