Misty Lynn Shuler Lackey has been widely published in print and electronic journals. Recent publications include: Shadow Poetry You Have Been Spotted Award: For Plastic, Life Has Shadows. (2003) Also Poem: Love Is Your Weakness (Dec 2003)You Have Been Spotted Award And Published In Quill E-Zine (Jan 2004) Also Warrior's Spear published in Quill E-zine (April 2004).<<< l >>>
Maurice Oliver: After almost a decade of working as a freelance photographer in Europe, Maurice Oliver returned to America in 1990 to work for the Los Angeles Times. His poetry has appeared online in ink-mag.com, retortmag.com, readingdivas.com, onefortytwo.com, tryst3.com, eye-shot.net, deepcleveland.com, webdelsol.com (The Potomac Journal) and will appear in the Winter/Spring 2003-4 issues of Holy Ignorance, Stridemagazine(UK), poesiamag.com, and Spitjawreview. He presently resides in Portland, Oregon, where he is a private tutor.
Victor Obanya is from the niger delta region of Nigeria.He is currently a student of the university of Benin,Benin-city,Nigeria.
Aminu Mahmud writes from Slough, England. He is an international commercial lawyer engaged in poetry as an avocation.
Oliver Wintringham. Location Brussels and Devon. No detailed bio provided.
Christine Penny writes from Ontario Canada. Bio not provided by poet.
AnnMarie Eldon was born in Birmingham, England. She has divided homes and irony between the US and UK and travelled India, the Himalayas and Asia. When not juggling various hormones, children and personae interiorae she cannot be found secretively blogging from a safe house in picturesque Oxfordshire.
Her work was, is or will be at 5Trope, Aught, Can We Have Our Ball Back, Carnelian, Caught in the Net, Conspire, Del Sol Review, Duct Tape Press, elimae, eScene, Fire, Junket, Impetus, Locust, Meeting of the Minds, Melic Review, Mipo, Muse Apprentice Guild, Niederngasse, Numbat, Poetry Kit Magazine, Reflections 2003, Rock Salt Plum, Snow Monkey, Tears in the Fence, tin lustre mobile, Three Candles, Tryst, Wandering Dog, Write-Away!, Writers' Hood, xStream. She is a 2004 Pushcart Prize nominee and is to be published by Anchor Books, Forward Press and Triumph House.
Stephen Steinhaus is a teacher, singer and former bouncer from Chicago now living permanently in England. At present he runs the National Diploma in Performing Arts at Stratford-Upon-Avon College and also tours the UK and Europe fronting The Dr Teeth Big Band, an eight-piece jump-jive and swing ensemble.