Swiss Poet, Journalist and Writer of Fiction, Roman Graf works as a Member-Recruitment Officer for Greenpeace in Zurich, Switzerland.
A former editor of the weekly newspaper Das Stadtblatt, and a regular contributor to the magazine Der Tages-Anzeiger.
In 2002 Graf won the 4th Prize at the 16th International Competition for Young Authors in Regensburg, Germany (16. Internationaler Jungautorenwettbewerb) and a prize in the Zurich Short Story Competition "Geschichten zum Fürchten".
His poems have appeared in the anthologies Dorstener Lyrikpreis (Dorst Poetry Competition) - a collection of the best entries, 2003, Zwischen den Orten - 15 Autoren schreiben über das Reisen, Wiesenburg Verlag, Schweinfurt, Germany (Between places - 15 Autors write on travelling) 2003, and 60-Stunden Woche published by Bundesverband junger Autorinnen und Autoren (October 2001) presented at the Frankfurt Book Fair in which he has both prose and poetry.
Graf's poetry and prose have also appeared in several literary magazines, notably: Lima - the Poetry Magazine of the BVjA (1/2001) Wortspiegel, Berlin (June 2001), art.21-zeitdruck, Bremgarten, Switzerland (March 2001), Maskenball (Rodenbach, Germany); Layout (Bremerhafen, Germany), Federwelt (Berlin, Germany) and ZEITschrift.
A soldier in the United States Army who has served in campaigns at Kosovo and Iraq, holds a BA Honours Degree from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (1990). He is also studying for a Masters degree in Human Resources at Central Michigan University.
Sandz (Deon C. Sanders) a poet, novelist and screenwriter is the author of best-selling horror novel Miss Mary Weather: A Southern Nightmare
He works in the field of education in Chicago where he lives with his wife and six children.
Born in 1972, Jack is in his second year of American Studies Literature at the University of Kent, England. He was the co-editor of Logos Magazine at the university during 2002-2003, and has had poems and stories published in such small press publications as First Time, Eratica, Breakfast All Day, and Poetry Monthly, as well as in issues of Logos itself.
Anya is a medical doctor trained at the University of Nigeria and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. He co-founded the Abuja Literary Society and has had his poems published in various media in the United Kingdom, Nigeria and the United States. He also writes short stories and feature articles. Most of the poems are from an unpublished collection Rhythms from Within.
Azuonye (b.1967) is the Founder and Editor of Sentinel Poetry magazine and the author of Letter To God and other poems (Nsibidi, 2003). His poems, short stories, articles and interviews have appeared in several international print and electronic publications in the United Kingdom, Belgium, USA, Canada and Nigeria including Keystone, Agenda, Flair, The Guardian, KenwoodReview.com and wanderingdog.co.uk