Laura Madeline Wiseman is the author of more than a dozen books and chapbooks and the editor of Women Write Resistance: Poets Resist Gender Violence (Hyacinth Girl Press, 2013). Her recent books are American Galactic (Martian Lit Books, 2014), Some Fatal Effects of Curiosity and Disobedience (Lavender Ink, 2014), Queen of the Platform (Anaphora Literary Press, 2013), Sprung
Jim Bennett lives near Liverpool in the UK and is the author of 71 books, including books for children, books of poetry and many technical titles on transport and examinations. His poetry collections include:- Drums at New Brighton (Lifestyle 1999), Down in Liverpool (CD) (Long Neck 2001), The Man Who Tried to Hug Clouds (Bluechrome 2004 reprinted 2006),
C. L. Khatri, a reputed perceptive critic and editor of Cyber Literature and several anthologies of criticism, is an emerging voice in Indian English poetry. He is a bilingual poet writing in English and Hindi. His two poetry collections in English are Kargil (2000) and Ripples in the Lake (2006). He edited an anthology of poems on world
Jonathan Greenhause received a 2014 Willow Review Award, won Prism Review’s 2012-2013 Poetry Prize, and was a finalist in The Southeast Review’s 2013 Gearhart Poetry Contest. His poetry’s appeared or is forthcoming in Brittle Star (UK), The Dark Horse (UK), The Malahat Review (CAN), Miramar Poetry Journal (USA), and New Millennium Writings (USA).When not buried in a pile
JW Mark is a poet living in Ohio. His work has appeared in numerous national and international publications. His current goals are to secure a publisher for a collection of his work. He is the author of a novel, entitled Artifice, as well as a book of poems entitled Patched Collective.
Neil Leadbeater is an author, essayist, poet and critic living in Edinburgh, Scotland. His short stories, essays, articles and poems have been published widely in anthologies and journals both at home and abroad. His most recent books are Librettos for the Black Madonna published by White Adder Press, Scotland (2011) and The Worcester Fragments published by Original Plus,
Sampriti Singha Roy is an avid reader and a prolific writer. She is a postgraduate student of English from the University of Hyderabad, India. Her hobbies include creative writing, painting and sketching caricatures. Poetry, for her, is the external manifestation of her inner consciousness and personal assertion about life, death, and everything in between.
Vinita Agrawal is a Mumbai based, award winning writer and poet. Her poems have appeared in Asiancha, Constellations, The Fox Chase Review, Pea River Journal, Open Road Review, Everydaypoets.com, Mahmag World Literature, Miracle Magazine, Spark, The Brown Critique and Mandala among others. She was nominated for the Best of the Net Awards 2011 and awarded a prize
Jaydeep Sarangi has been anthologised and reviewed as a poet, critic, reviewer and translator in different parts and spheres of the academia. He has delivered talks on poetry, marginal literature and translation studies in several countries and conducted workshops. He has been working for a translation project run by the International Centre for Nazrul, Dhaka,Bangladesh. His two manuscripts
Chandranath Mishra ‘Amar’ was born 2nd March, 1925 at Khojpur, Madhubani. He received the traditional education and was awarded the degree of ‘Vyakaranacharya’. He taught Maithili at the M.L.Academy, Laheriasarai, and received the Sahitya Akademi award for his critical work published in 1982, ‘Maithili Patrakaritak Itihas’ in 1983. His published books are numerous, Read More