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G EMIL REUTTER is from the Philadelphia Pennsylvania area. His work has been published in print at New Vantage magazine in the UK and online at Velvetilusion. The Stump, Underobstruction and Wild and Whirling words.
CASTOR BAILEY lives in Diana, Florida. His essays and fiction have been published in various e-zines and he is now working towards his novels being published.
MARLO MASENI has travelled coast to coast in the USA in search of a literary home; finally settling in Southern California. Her essays have been published in Abstracts Magazine (USA) and Wild and Whirling Words e-zine (USA), Keystone Magazine (UK), Muse Apprentice Guild e-zine (USA) Southern Ocean Review (NZ). She is currently working towards having her novels published in print.
BOYD WIDGER lives in USA and has contributed many poems and stories to Southern Ocean Review and other magazines.
J. EDWARD BROWN is a prolific New Zealand writer with a large body of work; poetry and stories published in New Zealand in major magazines and periodicals.
STOYAN VALEV lives and writes in Bulgaria and the author of four books since 1999. His stories have been published in many American magazines, and more are due soon.
ALEX KEEGAN is a prolific writer in the UK, and teacher in the field of short fiction. His stories have been published widely in various publications throughout the world. He has also published several crime novels.
ADRIANA DiGENNARO is a creative writing major at Bennington College in Vermont, USA. Her first book of poetry, Peripheral Vision, was published in June 2001 by Writers Ink Press. She was recently one of the featured poets in the summer 2003 issue of of Triplopia.Com, and online literary journal. Her poetry has featured in many magazines. She was a Pushcart Prize nominee in 2001. She has just finished her second book of poetry, The Simplest of Aches, for Writers Ink Press.
LINDSAY SMITH is a retired teacher of music and other subjects in High School, now back at work part time. He lives in Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia but originally hails from New Zealand. His first book of poems, Skyhook, appeared in 1971. His work has appeared in many magazines in NZ and Australia.
ROBERT JAMES BERRY: A Londoner who was living is Penang Island, in West Malaysia where he lectured in English, Literature and Language at the University of Science there. Was living back in London. Has had poems published in England, New Zealand, Australia, Germany, Malaysia, Sweden, Trinidad. He now lives in New Zealand.
SUE STANFORD is an Australian poet, born in England. Her poetry has been published widely in Australia, most recently in the Overland, Salt-lick Quarterly and the forthcoming Four W. She has won prizes in Australia, Japan and the US. Her chapbook, Recollection, came out earlier last year.
CYRIL WONG is the author of three books of poems. His work has appeared in many ezines and magazines. He is a co-editor of the Quarterly Literary Review, Singapore. Also a guest editor for The 2nd Rule. A featured writer at the Queensland Poetry Festival and Hong Kong Literary Festival as well as the Edinburgh International Book Festival, 2003.
JAMES KEANE lives in Pompton Lakes, New Jersey in the USA. James makes his living in advertising and public relations, he has been writing poetry since his days at Georgetown University in Washington, DC, where he earned a bachelors and a masters degree in English Literature.
CHERYL COROCAN lives in Queensland, Australia. Se has been writing for many years. Cheryl suffers from MS and her writing is sometimes 'deep and slightly dark', however she hopes there is something in there with which someone can relate.
MATT HARRIS is a post graduate student of the University of Auckland, finishing with an A+ for the poetry paper under Albert Wendt and Robert Sullivan.
APRYL FOX lives and writes in USA. She has been published in several magazines, including "The Blue Fifth Review", "Offcourse Magazine", "Word Riot", "Snow Monkey", "The Morpo Review" and "The Moonwort Review". She is 21 years old.
VLADIMIR ORLOV was born in Russia, Volgograd, in 1973. In 1996 he graduated from Volgograd Pedagogical University - the foreign languages department. His work has been published widely in Australia, Canada, the UK, USA,
KELI STAFFORD lives in Silverton, Oregon, USA, with her husband and children. Her work has been published in LYNX, Makata, The Litterateur, Blackmail Press Eight, Waxing and Waning, Poetic Hours, and The Penwood Review.
HOLLY DAY's work has been published before in Southern Ocean Review. She lives in USA.
TIM JONES lives and works in Wellington, New Zealand. He is a prolific short fiction writer and poet. His work has been published widely, and he has had a book of poems (Extreme Weather Events) published and a book of short stories. (Boat People)
TANIA BRADY has had some short stories published in Turbine 2002 and in a local women's magazine. She lives in New Zealand. She has had work in Southern Ocean Review, #28.
SAM SILVA lives and writes in Fayetteville, N.C., USA
KEITH SANDFORD lives and writes in Auckland, New Zealand. This is his first poem.
TREVOR REEVES began writing in the late 1960's and has three collections, published in the 1970's, to his credit. Editor and publisher of Caveman Press and now Square One Press, he is a co-editor of Southern Ocean Review with Judith Wolfe. His writing has appeared throughout the world and includes fiction as well as poetry and critical writing and reviews. A collection of stories, "Breaker Breaker and other stories" appeared this in 2001. His poems, "A poetry book to cuddle up in bed with" appeared in 2003.
JUDITH WOLFE lives in Dunedin, New Zealand. She is an artist, designer and sculptor and has exhibited widely throughout New Zealand. Some of her works have been in travelling exhibitions overseas. Recent exhibitions at the Empire Cinema, guest artist at the Wanaka Art Group Exhibition, August 1997 and exhibited in the Warbirds Over Wanaka air show exhibition, Easter, 1998, and the Cleveland Art Awards, Dunedin, October 1998, and the Columba College exhibition 1999. Exhibitions throughout Central Otago are planned. Her arts site is here