Alexandra Fox / Lucy Glows
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About the Authors
WILLIAM COOK lives and writes in the USA.
EDMOND RONAYNE lives and writes in Rotorua, New Zealand, and much of his writing builds on his international travel experiences. Several pieces have been published in local newspapers and he assists companies internationally in technical matters.
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.
BETTY ANN MATTHEWS lives and writes in Nelson, New Zealand. Her work has been published widely in New Zealand.
JAMES MALONEY probably lives and writes in the USA.
MARY CRESSWELL is from Los Angeles and lives on the Kapiti Coast. She is co-author of Millionaire's Shortbread (Univ of Otago, 2003) and has published poems in NZ, the UK, Australia, Canada and the US. By day, she is a research science/medical copy-editor and proofreader.
PATRICIA PRIME is an Auckland editor, poet and anthologist, widely published in New Zealand and overseas.
KIM SLEMINT lives in New Zealand and is a registered nurse. She has had work published in Poetry NZ, Trout, Jaam, The Pointed Circle, Poetry Society of Colorado, Mile High Poetry Society.
DOUGLAS W. GRAY lives in Aberdeen, Scotland, and is a founder member of the Dead Good Poets, a ‘reading for charity’ poetry group. He is published widely in the small press circuit and a former editor of Storm and Spume. Awards include: second prize in Northwords Poetry Competiton 1998, first prize in the Feile Filiochta and the Irish Times Perpetual Trophy 2001, second in the Scottish International Poetry Competition 2003, first prize in the Ayr800 Open Poetry Competition A forthcoming publication Flesh, Place and Other Colours is due in April 2006.
JAN FITZGERALD was born in 1950 and published in NZ literary journals under maiden name, Jan Coad. More recently accepted/published by Poetry NZ, Takahe, Bravado, Spin, kokako, brief, Valley Micropress. Winner, Rotorua Daily Post Short Story 2000, third place getter, Whakatane Friends of the Library Short Story 2004. Multi finalist in BOP Telecom Arts Awards.
ISHA WAGNER moved to Dunedin from Auckland, New Zealand where her ancestors arrived in 1880. She also writes short stories and novels and has had work published in NZ including in past issues of Southern Ocean Review.
RICHARD DINGES writes and lives in USA. He has an M.A. in literary studies from the University of Iowa and works for an insurance company as a business systems manager. His work has appeared in The Cape Rock, Lullwater Review, Icon, Edgz and On the bus.
RICHARD WINK was born in 1984, in Norwich, UK. His poetry is routed in real life experiences and the complications of life, reflecting both the sacred and mundane.
MARY NAGY is a mother and student living in Michigan, USA.
SUZANNE MORNING is a New Zealander currently working in Asia as a university lecturer. She has been published in several international anthologies and is currently working on a collection of her own.
WILL FRASER writes and lives in Blackheath, NSW, Australia.
ASHLEIGH SOUTHAM is the son of Barry Southam. Christchurch, NZ. These are his first poems published. He is making his way shortly to Australia to further his career.
BARRY SOUTHAM is father of the aforesaid and is a well established poet, short story writer and playwright with a large body of published work behind him and several published books.
RUMJHUM BISWAS is a citizen of the world and has had work published in web journals, Lily Water Review, Unlikely stories and Poems Niederngase.
SAM SILVA lives and writes in North Carolina, USA.
ALASTAIR CAMPBELL grew up in Dunedin New Zealand anmd now lives Iqaluit, Northern Canada. He has published on-line in Deep South and in print in Canada. Family of his grandparent's generation fought at Gallipoli.
PETER OLDS lives and writes in Dunedin, New Zealand. He has published many books of poetry and his work has been published in many magazines since the 1960's. Presently publishing a Broadsheet series of poems by well known writers (The Broadsheet company).
TREVOR REEVES: Editor and Publisher of Southern Ocean Review and poet - writer of short stories that have appeared in print and electronic magazines widely. Recent book of poetry published "The Poetry Book to Cuddle up in Bed With". Also several books of non-fiction.
JUDITH WOLFE lives in Dunedin, New Zealand. She is an artist, designer and sculptor. She has exhibited widely throughout New Zealand and some of her works have been in travelling exhibitions overseas. 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 2001 Also the Columba College exhibition 1999. Four exhibitions, 2000, 2001, 2003 and 2006 at the Community Art Gallery, Dunedin NZ. Prolific book illustrator including "In the Grip of Evil" Reeves/Wolfe, History of Cobb and co and Dear Pal (stories of the Maniototo). Recent non-fiction, drawings for 'Nazi Holocaust for Beginners', with Trevor Reeves.Home Page