Kathryn de Leon is from California but have been living in England for ten years. She has had poems published in a number of small magazines in the US, and has just begun submitting poems to magazines in the UK.
Gerald Seniuk is from Saskatoon, a city on the Canadian Prairies. He is retired from primary careers in writing and in law. He has conducted legal workshops internationally, and is now an adjunct professor. He has enjoyed writing poetry since about 1990.
Naomi Wood is a multi-disciplinary artist combining poetry with high energy circus performances. She self published a poetry collection in 2019 called ‘This is a Heist’ and runs a creative writing workshop in Brighton.’
J. Michael Freiwald is a twenty-six-year-old writer from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. He is a graduate of the University of Ottawa and Algonquin College in the Canadian capital Ottawa.
Stephen Bone‘s latest pamphlet Plainsong ( Indigo Dreams ) appeared in 2018
Ian C Smith’s work has appeared in, Amsterdam Quarterly, Australian Poetry Journal, Critical Survey, Live Encounters, Poetry New Zealand, Southerly, & Two-Thirds North. His seventh book is wonder sadness madness joy, Ginninderra (Port Adelaide). He writes in the Gippsland Lakes area of Victoria, and on Flinders Island, Tasmania.
Daniel Pounds is working on a collection of poems about The Quantified Self and recently received his MA Information & Library Studies from Aberystwyth University. Poems and texts published in London Magazine, Paragraph Planet, forthcoming in Glove#7 and The Morning Star online. He lives in Norfolk with his partner.
Dominic James lives in Glos, a green and busy valley near the source of the River Thames. Slowly crabbing westward, in another ten years he should be in clear sight of the Brecon Beacons. With poems soon to be published in Poetry Salzburg Review and The Journal his collection, Pilgrim Station, is available from SPM Publications. http://djamespoetic.blogspot.com/
M.E.Muir is a travel fixated Scot living in London, former teacher and business consultant, whose first collection EX SITU is just out with DempseyandWindle. Her work has been published in print and online magazines, including Dawntreader, Reach, London Grip, Curlew, Poetry Village, Ink Sweat & Tears and of course Morphrog. https://www.dempseyandwindle.com/memuir.html
Massimo Fantuzzi was born in Milan. From his window over the National Forest of North-West Leicestershire he tries to keep detailed score of the lasting proceedings between tree-tops and bottom-clouds. “Marcia Gioie” his collection of poems and prose poems, published in 1999. Since 2001 works in mental health supporting SEND individuals in various settings. British resident from 2005, citizen since 2014.