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I have moved some information relating to Bio’s and authors to this page.

Photographer Bio’s

Micael Nussbaumer

Web: http://cargocollective.com/micaelnussbaumer

Susie Sweetland Garay

Born and raised in Portland Oregon, Susie received a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Brigham Young University, spent some years in the Ohio Appalachians and currently lives in the Willamette Valley with her husband and cat where she works in the Vineyard industry. She spends her free time writing, growing plants and making art. She has been published in a variety of journals, on line and in print, and co edits The Blue Hour Literary Magazine, http://thebluehourmagazine.com/.

susansweetlandgaray.wordpress.com

Studiorainwater.etsy.com

Poet Bio’s

Anthony Ward

Anthony tends to fidget with his thoughts in the hope of laying them to rest. He has managed to lay them in a number of literary magazines including The Faircloth Review, The Pygmy Giant, Shot Glass Journal, Turbulence, Underground, The Bohemyth, Torrid Literature Journal and Misfits Miscellany, amongst others.

Allison Grayhurst

Over the past twenty years her poems have been published in over 120 journals throughout the United States, Canada, Australia, and in the United Kingdom, including Parabola (summer 2012), The Antigonish Review, Dalhousie Review, The New Quarterly, Wascana Review, Poetry Nottingham International, The Cape Rock, Journal of Contemporary Anglo-Scandinavian Poetry, poetrymagazine.com; Fogged Clarity, Out of Our, Quantum Poetry Magazine, Decanto, and White Wall Review.

Her book Somewhere Falling was published by Beach Holme Publishers, a Porcepic Book, in Vancouver in 1995. Since then she has published nine other books of poetry and two collections with Edge Unlimited Publishing.

Her poetry chapbook The River is Blind was recently published by above/ground press December 2012.

Bruce Ruston

Is a published poet on various blog(zines) and in The Road Less Travelled – Dagda Publishing Collection. Avid blogger and writer of poems on many topics, now relocated to Wales, UK. He has picked up a camera to explore his new adopted home.

http://inkineticapoetry.wordpress.com/

http://platypiphotography.wordpress.com/

Christine Chambers

Her book The Voice of Fate can be found here 

Ina Schroders-Zeeders

http://inaweblogisback.wordpress.com/

Jessica Rips

Jessica Rips runs a regular poetry blog at http://exquisitelypoetic.blogspot.co.uk/

Jonathan Noble

42-years old, a freelance writer, and volunteer at the United Way 2-1-1 Call Center here in Southeast Alabama. All in all, that fairly sums up my life now, other than adding the fact that I enjoy life, most of all my two dear children, the two greatest blessing in my life.

Joe Harwick

Joe Harwick graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in English. He writes poems and short stories, many of which can be found on his blog: http://tobaccokiosk.wordpress.com.

Mark Redford

I am not sure if I am a writer with a prolonged case of teacher’s block or a teacher who has written himself into the cupboard at the front of the class and no one will let him out. In either case I am well known by my anonym Chuang Tse.
Mark runs a regular poetry blog here http://mlewisredford.wordpress.com/

Meenakshi Jauhari Chawla

http://paintedpenguins.wordpress.com/

Neal Emanuelson

Neal is a Suriname-born, American-raised poet with a knack for the English language. From a young age in school, Neal learned about the wonders of expressing themes and emotions through poetry through his experiences. One eventful day, Neal had a sudden epiphany in the way that he perceived the world, thus creating his unique style of poetry- a blend of thought-provoking metaphors in one end, tragic twists of fate, or skeptical romance in another. Often times, Neal uses the themes of his life’s experience as a basis of his poetry, so you will often find morbid macabre themes of life and death, sultry and kinky themes of lust and romance, and even the occasional satirical ode of humor. But above all else, please do enjoy the poetry that Neal so happily shares with the world and especially- you.

Nelson Mongiovi

Nelson’s lifelong passion for all forms of poetry is reflected in his various writing styles.
Rollicking ballads, free verse, simple rhyme, limericks, Haiku and allegory are all used in his efforts to find a unique voice.

While his chap book, The Grass Hisses is a compilation of “dark work”, the author is currently working on two other volumes of poetry with much lighter themes.
Nelson describes himself as, “just another writer dangerously close to being somewhat understood.”
His poems have been featured in print and online in various publications.

Shards Of DuBois

http://shardsofdubois.wordpress.com/

Shriram Sivaramakrishnan

Shriram is a poet by destiny. He calls himself an eternal lover of ‘things in between’, roads less traveled, emotions seldom expressed, moments forever lost, words constantly overlooked and so on. His poems have been published in such prestigious journals as Short Fast and Deadly, Right Hand Pointing, DirtCakes, Message in a Bottle, Shadow Road Quarterly, The Scarlet Sound, and so on.
Soumyajit Pradhan

Blog: http://soumyajitpradhan.wordpress.com/

Susie Sweetland Garay

Born and raised in Portland Oregon, Susie received a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Brigham Young University, spent some years in the Ohio Appalachians and currently lives in the Willamette Valley with her husband and cat where she works in the Vineyard industry. She spends her free time writing, growing plants and making art. She has been published in a variety of journals, on line and in print, and co edits The Blue Hour Literary Magazine, http://thebluehourmagazine.com/.

susansweetlandgaray.wordpress.com

Studiorainwater.etsy.com

Virginie Colline

Virginie Colline is a French translator living in Paris. Her poems have appeared in The Scrambler, The Electronic Monsoon Magazine, Prune Juice, Frostwriting, Prick of the Spindle, The Indian Review, Mouse Tales Press, The Orris, Winamop, Seltzer and Bakwa Magazine, among others.

Wendy Strohm

Wendy runs a regular poetry blog at http://wendystrohm.wordpress.com

Miguel Jacq

BIO

Miguel Jacq is a French-Australian poet/photographer/fiend. He lives in Melbourne, Australia where he runs (some say ruins) an I.T business.

His work has appeared in journals and anthologies by The Blue Hour Press, Dagda Publishing, Deep Water Literary Journal, Kind Of A Hurricane Press and Vox Poetica.

His first poetry collection, titled ‘Black Coat City’, explored concepts of anxiety and identity. It was released in February 2013 (presumably the critical acclaim is drunk in a bar somewhere).

He has recently released his second collection, ‘Magnetics’, which explores the laws of attraction and repulsion between all things.

He writes regularly at http://migueljacq.com

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