NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS
David E. Howerton
A Computer Programmer and Part-Time Cook, Howerton lives in the American River Canyon just outside of Auburn Ca.
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Dike Okoro is a freelance writer and professor of English at Olive Harvey College, Chicago, USA. His work has appeared in various journals and magazines including Quarterly Black Review, Afrique, African Spectrum, Black Issues, and Washington Square Review. He is the author of Weeping Shadows (2000) and the editor of Echoes from the Mountain: New and Selected Poems of Mazisi Kunene (2004).
Thomson lives near Glasgow in Scotland. He has had a lot of
work published in small-press magazines and has recently published a collection of poetry (Thin Wild Mercury-available from iUniverse
website) Main influences are TS Eliot,Dylan Thomas,Philip Larkin, Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath.
Lesser, 63, and his wife live on the Mid-North Coast of New South Wales, Australia. He has been writing for just about 2 years and had had some of his experimental poetry published in literary journals.
Doctor of Philosophy, English Renaissance literature, Professor Emeritus of the Humanities was Poet in Residence at the University of Tampa for over 20 years.
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