Michael Holme is a forty-something-year-old widower from England. He’s been writing since 2000. From 2011 onwards he’s been submitting, and publication successes have come in various university department’s journals, such as Kestrel, Bluestem and Hospital drive, and elsewhere. He studied poetry with The Writers bureau. When he’s not writing he likes to play the piano. You can sample his work at www.michaelholmepoetry.com
Charles Souby is a poet and novelist based in San Rafael, California. He is a mentor of Bay Area poet, James Tipton and also a graduate of the Upright Citizen’s Brigade in Los Angeles and BATS Improv in San Francisco. He is rereleasing his first novel, Winifred, with Infinity Publishing Company. His second novel, A Shot of Malaria is due to be released by Infinity in January, 2015.
Nicholas Richard is currently a graduate student working towards his MFA at the University of Baltimore. His writing has been described as hauntingly bleak and modern, and both his fiction and poetry have been published by several literary journals. He lives in the city with his wife and daughter.
Musau Mattmeachamjr Muhammad is an African-American of American-Indian and Luo Extract. He has studied at the University of Ibadan in Nigeria, and Kenyatta University in Kenya; but received most of his education in America where he received his first college degree in the Boston area where he studied at several of the universities including Harvard. He has lectured at MIT in Cambridge.
Jeff Streeby earned his MFA in Poetry from Gerald Stern’s program at New England College in New Hampshire. His poetry has appeared in Ginosko, Southwest American Literature, Los Angeles Review, Rattle, Haibun Today, Contemporary Haibun Online, and many others. His poem “Biography” won the 2013 Provincetown OuterMost Community Radio Poetry Award. He is a Senior Lecturer in English at Assumption University in Bangkok, Thailand.
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