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Sarah Ahmad
Alexander Allison
Ed Baker
David Berridge
Volodymyr Bilyk
CL Bledsoe
Jesse Bradley
Iain Britton
Martin Burke
Mark Cobley
Gareth Durasow
Amanda Earl
David Eingorn
Stephen Emmerson
Ollie Evans
Glenn R. Frantz
SJ Fowler
Charles Freeland
Howie Good
David e Haase
Emily Howard
Simon Howard
Peter Hughes
Russell Jaffe
Donna Kuhn

Yann Lovelock
James McLaughlin
rob maclennan
Gordon Mason
J D Nelson
Stephen Nelson
Ruxandra Novac
Andrew Nightingale
Lars Palm
Serge Pay
Tania Pleitez Vela
Rufo Quintavalle
Joseph A. W. Quintella
Chad Redden
Monty Reid
Diana Salier
Felino A Soriano
Andrew Spragg
Alex Stolis
Paul Sutton
Nathan Thompson
David Tomaloff
Adrian Urmanov
Helen Vitoria
Elena Vladareanu
Tom Watts
Laura Wetherington
Kristian Wiese
Patrick Williamson
Mark Young
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Rufo Quintavalle
is a British poet based in Paris. He is the author of
Weather Derivatives (Eyewear Publishing, 2014), moral hazard and the chemical sweats (corrupt press, 2013), Dog, cock, ape and viper (corrupt press, 2011), Liquiddity (Oystercatcher Press, 2011) and Make Nothing Happen (Oystercatcher Press, 2009). He was formerly the poetry editor for the webzine, Nthposition, and has served on the editorial board of the Paris-based literary journal, Upstairs at Duroc.
anyone for anymore, Rufo Quintavalle
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anyone for anymore ~ rufo quintavalle
Tania Pleitez Vela
was born in El Salvador and lived in the United States and Costa Rica before arriving in Barcelona in 1999. She has a doctorate in Spanish American Literature and has written several academic publications, including two books: a biography titled Alfonsina Storni. Mi casa es el mar and a study, Literatura. Análisis de situación de la expresión artística en El Salvador. She is currently writing a biography on Costa Rican poet Eunice Odio. Her poetry has appeared in anthologies and magazines in El Salvador and Mexico.

Jessica Rainey is a writer and translator from the UK. She is co-founder of Trilengua, a multilingual reading series in Barcelona and New York, and a founder member of the Prostíbulo Poético. Her writing and translations have appeared in anthologies and magazines in the USA, Spain, Greece and El Salvador, and a hypertext poetry collection,
Endoma, was released in 2012.
Treinta días de una viuda, Tania Pleitez Vela translated by Jessica Rainey
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Treinta días de una viuda, Tania Pleitez Vela translated by Jessica Rainey
Lars Palm
lars palm lives with his lovely wife, currently in Malmö where he writes, translates, edits & teaches, among other things. he's the author of 4 long books & a long line of chapbooks & such in print & online. recent publications are
means (kfs, 2014) & a translation of Serendip's travel book by Azita Ghahreman (swirl editions, 2015)
& nobody in between, Lars Palm
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& nobody in Between ~ lars palm
Mark Young
is the editor of
Otoliths, lives in a small town in North Queensland in Australia, & has been publishing poetry for more than fifty-five years. He is the author of over thirty books, primarily text poetry but also including speculative fiction, vispo, & art history. His work has been widely anthologized, & his essays & poetry translated into a number of languages. His most recent books are Bandicoot habitat & lithic typology, both from gradient books of Finland. An e-book, For the Witches of Romania, is due out from Beard of Bees.
The Holy Sonnets unDonne, Mark Young
the holy sonnets undonne ~mark young