pamphlet of poetry More Than A Dedication(
Envoi Poets Publication,1990). Poems and short stories
and literary articles have appeared in Litmus, Acumen,
Envoi, Prop, Cutting Teeth, Smiths Knoll etc.
Gallagher is a widely-published Australian poet
resident in London since 1979. She writes for adults and
children, and is a poetry tutor for the Open College of
the Arts. Recently, she became Blue Nose Education
Officer. She also runs a Poetry & Voice workshopat
Jacksons Lane, London, N6. She won the 1981 Warana Poetry
Prize. Her book, Passengers to the City
(Hale & Iremonger, 1985) was shortlisted for the 1986
Australian National Poetry Award. Her next collection, Fish-rings
on Water, was published by Forest Books (1989).
Her translation of Jean-Jacques Celly's poems, The
Sleepwalker with Eyes of Clay, was published by
Forest Books in 1994. In 1993, Hearing Eye published her
pamphlet, Finding the Prince. Tigers
on the Silk Road, published by Arc
Publications later in 2000 and Salmon Publishing
(Ireland) will publish her Selected Poems.
organisation: Castle Poets
25 Drakes Avenue Strood, Rochester, Kent ME2 3LN
phone: 01634 722576
Retired teacher, Ex Publican, and Veneer Buyer.
Lived in the West of Ireland for 20 years but now living
in Kent. Published in four sold out volumes - Western
Poets Collection '85, Inky
Fingers '93, Intimate
Frillies 96, Bridging The Millennium
'99 - and also a prize winner with Medway Arts.
Rosie Garland who
performs as Rosie Lugosi the Vampire Queen
c/o Commonword, 6 Mount St, Manchester, England M2 5NS
Rosie has an eclectic writing and performance history, ranging from
singing in 80s Goth band The March Violets, to her current
incarnation as Rosie Lugosi the Vampire Queen, electrifying
performer-poet, compere and singer. She has performed at events as
diverse as The Cheltenham Literature Festival, Kinkfest and
Stockholm Gay Pride. As well as three solo collections of
poetry ('Hell and Eden', 'Coming Out At Night' and 'Creatures of
the Night'), her award-winning short stories, poems and
essays have been widely anthologised. Her first novel is currently
with an agent. She has won both the Erotic Oscar for Performance
Artist of the Year and the Diva Award for Solo Performer.
She is also a workshop facilitator with many years' experience, and has
worked with adults and young people in areas as diverse as listening and
communication, writing, performance and compeering skills.
22 Bramwith Road, Sheffield UK S11 7EZ
Winner of the US National Women's History Award for
excellence in Women's Related Poetry and Essay. During
the autumn of 2001, wrote, produced and directed 'The
Beat Goes On'; a literary trubute to poet/publisher Daisy
Aldan. Also current Creative Writing Editor of artalumni.com.
Interested in bringing writers and artists of varying
genre in contact, internationally. Works to make
accessability for this, through transatlantic links on
her website. Also seeks interested writers and artists to
present their work at both her own website and the one
for which she is Creative Writing Editor.
Would be pleased to hear from any interested parties
willing to review her freelance work and poetry. Looks
forward to booking a poetry and/or prose recital tour in
the UK, upon her return this winter.
Offenbacher Landstraße 440
60599 Frankfurt am Main
Lives in Germany is a woman, mum, daughter, teacher,
mediator, friend, lover and poet.
"Lately I have become increasingly interested in
Buddhism and Suffism: philosophical views that help me to
use every moment in life as intensely as possible and
honour my and other people's spirituality and uniqueness.
My newer poems begin to mirror those influences."
Her first book of poetry "Every woman's Blues"
just came out with Lapwing Press, Belfast.
It can be purchased either directly from the author or
from the publisher via Email:
Links to poetry:
Publishing - Are You Aware?
Poems & Inspirational, Motivational Poetry : The Poem
called "NOT AFRAID
Review Issue 15
With Soul: An Inspirational Site Celebrating Mankind
Super Highway Great Poetry Exchange
Contact details: email@example.com
Website name: Caroline Gill: Poetry and Other Writing
BA Classical Studies, Newcastle University
PGCE, Religious Studies, Classical Civilisation, English (for Secondary
Schools), University of Exeter
TEFL Prep. Cert., The Bell School of Languages, Norwich
Chapbook: The Holy Place - ISBN 13:
978-0-89304-360-5 and ISBN 10: 0-893043-60-5. Copies from Caroline Gill:
£3.50 inc. UK p&p.
poetry chapbook, The Holy Place, co-authored with John
Dotson (USA) was published in 2012 by The Seventh Quarry Press (ed.
Peter Thabit Jones) in Swansea, in conjunction with Cross-Cultural
Communications (ed. Stanley H. Barkan) in New York. The chapbook is the
fifth publication in the commissioned Poet to Poet series. Three
of Caroline’s poems have been included in The Book of Forms: A
Handbook of Poetics Including Odd and Invented Forms by Lewis Putnam
Turco, 4th edition, (UPNE, 2012). Caroline won first prize in the
international Petra Kenney Poetry Competition (general section) in 2007.
She was awarded the title of Best Fixed Form Poet of 2011 by the
international poetry journal from India, Metverse Muse (ed. Dr.
H. Tulsi). Caroline is an external collaborator for the Romanian
journal, Orizont Literar Contemporan (ed. Daniel Dragomirescu).
Her poems have been widely published in Britain and beyond. Her poem,
“Preseli Blue”, was read on the BBC Poetry Please programme in
2008 from the Guardian Hay Festival. Sample poems, including an audio
mp3 file, were selected for inclusion in the 2013 Invisible Architecture
Installation, curated by Antlers Press, at the Roundhouse in Camden,
London, in celebration of World Poetry Day. Caroline has read her poems
at numerous events including the 2004 Hay Festival launch of the
ground-breaking anthology, Hidden Dragons/Gwir a Grymus: New Writing
by Disabled People in Wales (Disability Arts Cymru/Parthian 2004).
Caroline took part in the First Swansea International Poetry Festival in
the Dylan Thomas Theatre (2011). A short prose piece, 'Leaving
Town' and 'Swedes': Edward Thomas and Amen-Hotep, (David Gill and
Caroline Gill), was published in Notes
and Queries, OUP 248 [ns 50, 3], 2003,
pp. 325-27. Caroline Gill lives in Suffolk, UK, with her
archaeologist husband, David. Her background is in teaching and archive
work. Interests include collaborative poetry projects, wildlife,
photography and archaeology.
Jorge Enrique González-Pacheco
Poet and writer born in the District of Marianao, Havana,
Cuba on September 9, 1969. He moved to the United States in 2003, and
since 2006 has been living in Seattle, where he cultivates his dearest
Author of the following books and anthologies:
Bajo la Luz de Mi Sangre / Under the Light of My Blood (Bilingual
Edition), Victoria BC, Canada, 2009
Tierra de Secreta
Transparencia, an anthology of poems by Cuban poet Serafina Nuñez,
Madrid, Spain, 2004
Notaciones del Inocente, Moguer,
Andalucía, Spain, 2003
Antología de la Décima Cósmica de La
Habana, México D.F, México, 2003
Poesía Ilustrada, New
York, USA, 1992.
His poetry and journalism have been translated into
French, Portuguese and English.
Jorge Enrique studied Philosophy and Hispanic
Literature in Cuba and Spain. For several years, he worked for ICAIC,
the Cuban Film Institute in Havana. From 1991 to the present date he has
published poetry and prose in magazines, anthologies, newspapers, and
virtual editions in Cuba, the United States, Spain, France, and Brazil.
His poetry has been read in Cuba, Mexico, France, Spain, and the United
States, including at the Miami Book Fair International, Seattle
University, South Florida University in Tampa and Book People in Austin,
Texas. As an Artistic Promoter he was a sponsor of the Concert in
Memoriam of the Spanish Musical Composer Joaquin Rodrigo, Havana, Cuba
in November 2002. From 1994 to 2000, Jorge Enrique collaborated in the
preparation of programs on Cuban culture that were included in the
curricula of the University of California, Riverside; the Université d'
Orléans, France; and the University of Loyola, Chicago. He is the
Founder & Programming Director of the Seattle Latino Film Festival (www.slff.org).
Link to some of his poems: http://bajolaluzdemisangre.blogspot.com/
29 Bath Buildings, Montpelier, Bristol, England BS6 5PT
Born in Stoke-on Trent. Studied fine art in Oxford and
London, Slam winner, and has just published first
book..... Next Year ....We Make Contact(Put
It Back Press). Exhibited work's in Spitalfields, London
132 Hinckley Road, Stoney Stanton, Leics LE9
Ronnie Goodyer is a poet, digital artist and
poetry editor. He has published 5 poetry collections and appeared in
over 50 anthologies. He is often engaged as Poetry Adjudicator for
competitions and was a regional panel judge for the BBC poetry
project ‘Off By Heart 2009’.With his partner Dawn Bauling, Ronnie
runs Indigo Dreams Press which publishes poetry and prose magazines
Reach Poetry, The Dawntreader and Sarasvati and Indigo Dreams
Publishing, which publishes perfect bound poetry collections and
runs bi-annual competitions. Full details at the website.
Rebecca Goss, grew up in Suffolk and now lives in Liverpool. Her
first collection The Anatomy of Structures is published by
Flambard Press (2010): http://www.flambardpress.co.uk/books/show.php?book=1171&author=rebecca.goss
Her pamphlet Keeping Houston Time was published by Slow
Dancer Press in 1997. Her work has been published in many literary
journals including Stand, Ambit, Magma, Mslexia and
Portinscale, Keswick, CUMBRIA, CA12 5RW
email - firstname.lastname@example.org
UK poet, Geraldine Green’s
was published 2003, Passio
2006, Flarestack Publications ed. Charles Johnson,
Poems of a Molecatcher’s Daughter,
Palores Publications, ed. Les
Merton, 2009, under the pseudonym Katie A. Coyle. She’s read and been
published in the UK, USA, Italy and Greece. Her
poems were highly commended by Judge Penelope Shuttle for The Poetry on
Orta, Italy where Geraldine read alongside
Penelope, Carol Ann Duffy, Caroline Carver and Michael Swann.
Visiting Lecturer at the
University of Cumbria,
Freelance Creative Writing Tutor and
Associate Editor Poetry Bay
www.poetrybay.com Geraldine has recently completed her
Practice-based Creative Writing PhD titled, ‘An Exploration of Identity
and Environment through Poetry’. Her third poetry collection,
The Other Side of the Bridge
has been accepted for publication by Indigo Dreams, ed. Ronnie Goodyear
and will be out in 2012. She’s now working on her fourth titled, Salt Road.
Her poetry draws upon her experience of growing up in an Irish
Catholic, working class family in the North West of England and the
tensions that created of placement/displacement. She also writes in
response to her frequent travels to North America where she regularly performs her poetry,
NYC Bowery Poetry Club, Small’s Jazz Club, Fall Café, National Arts,
Gramercy, The New School, Cornelia Street Café; Long Island: Huntington
Poetry Barn; Toast Café, Port Jefferson; Summer Gazebo Readings,
Oceanside; Colony Cafe, Woodstock; River to River Festival, Beacon,
Hudson Valley; Via Dolce Café, New Jersey; Poetry in the Park, Albany;
the Woody Guthrie Festival Oklahoma
and Branford House, University of Connecticut.
Geraldine has read widely in Britain - venues include: Wordsworth
Trust, Grasmere, Dylan Thomas Centre and The Dylan Thomas House Swansea,
International Women’s Arts Festival, Kendal; Fal Poetry, Falmouth,
Cornwall, Everyman Theatre, Liverpool; Fuel Bar, Manchester; Ted Hughes
Festival Hebden Bridge; Kurt Schwitters’ Celebration, Ambleside;
Scotland: Callander Poetry Festival,
So You Café, Dumfries; Both Sides of the Border, Selkirk; The
CatStrand Arts Centre, New Galloway, as well as in Italy and Greece.
During her US poetry trip
in September 2011 she read with ML Liebler & Ed Stever at the
Walking with Whitman Series, Walt Whitman Birthplace Long Island;
Deborah Hauser at the Bradstock Music & Poetry Festival LI and The
Jujomukti Tea Lounge NYC; appeared alongside George Wallace at ‘Space on
White’ in New York City, was guest poet at the Huntington Historical
Society Poetry Barn LI, and read alongside Jack and Adelle Foley and
Michael McClure at The Laurel Bookstore, Oakland, California.
for 2012 include The Woody Guthrie Festival, Oklahoma; venues in New York City and Kansas – tbc.
Writing Workshops, Talks or Mentoring, please contact Geraldine on:
Ten collections large and small since Westerners (1982,
Hippopotamus), including The Tutankhamun Variations (Bloodaxe
1991) and a Selected from Rockingham in 1998:
Nightflights. Most recently the narrative poem Omm Sety
and The Home Key both from John Lucas's Shoestring Press.
Winner of the Bridport Prize and the TLS Centenary Prize. Regular
reviewer for the TLS, Poetry London, Quadrant. Recent studies of
W.B.Yeats and Poets of the First World War (Greenwich Exchange).
Forthcoming: 'American Poetry Since Frost and Plath' and a new
collection, Iceland Spar.
I was New
Statesman's house poet from 1993-2002, and have a New
www.theweeklypoem.com. This is linked to a main site
where about 350 poems (and much other material) are now online. I
was born in Sunderland and have moved back to the North-East in the
last two years, after 35 years in Devon. I now live in Darlington
and am the Arts Staff Tutor at the Open University in the North,
based at Gateshead; I'm on the OU's creative writing course teams.
I'm published in about fifty anthologies, and have been winning
competitions in the backs of literary and political magazines at a
steady rate since 1978. I won the £5000 Mail on Sunday poetry prize
in 2004. Happy and ready to read. First collection
Tony Blair Reminds Me Of A Budgie
was in 1997. Cinnamon Press published a collection of my poems
in 2006 -
Impossible Objects - available from
was shortlisted for the Forward Prize
best first collection. A new collection,
Ringers, has also just been published (2011) by
Cinnamon. A collection of parodies,
Spoof, published by Entire Photo Here Press, is also now
available - see my web-site. Phone 07815 669175.
Nottingham Farm, Beckside, Barmby Moor, York, East Riding
phone: 01759 304408
Runner up Yorkshire Open Poetry competition 1997.
I've been sitting on quite a body of work for some time
I've become interested recently in the possibilities of
web publishing, specifically hypertext. I've just
designed a site which I hope will be able to function as
a place for the work of others, and as a forum for
interesting discussion and interaction. Please visit and
PO Box 1039, Gawler, South Australia, 5118.
(08)85245500-Home (08)85222044-Work (08)85230439-Work Fax
Mobile Phone 0401 029 633
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Jeff Guess was born in Adelaide in 1948. He has taught
in both country and metropolitan high schools, TAFE
colleges and universities and runs numerous writing
His poetry has been published widely and has appeared in
most Australian newspapers and magazines. He appears
regularly in leading literary magazines: IMAGO, MEANJIN,
OVERLAND, QUADRANT, NORTHERN PERSPECTIVE and WESTERLY and
major newspapers: THE AGE, THE CANBERRA TIMES, THE SYDNEY
MORNING HERALD and THE WEEKEND AUSTRALIAN. In addition to
his published work in Australia, he has been published in
America, Canada, New Zealand, England and Wales.
His work is frequently anthologised - the most recent
being THE TIN WASH DISH edited by John Tranter (ABC books
1989); THE SEA'S WHITE EDGE edited by Paul Kavanagh -
Mattara Prize winners (Butterfly Books 1991); THE PENGUIN
BOOK OF CHRISTMAS POEMS edited by K.Pearson and C.Mooney
(Penguin Books 1992); THE OXFORD BOOK OF LOVE POEMS
edited by Jennifer Strauss (Oxford 1993); THE AUSTRALIAN
CHRISTMAS BOOK edited by Kay Fairfax (Collins/A&R
He has 7 collections of his poetry published: His first
collection of poems LEAVING MAPS appeared in 1984 and was
hailed by the Sydney Morning Herald as a 'major
LEAVING MAPS: (Friendly Street Poets 1984), FOUR IN THE
AFTERNOON: (Studio 1987), PAINTING THE TOWN: The Gawler
Poems (Wakefield Press 1988), REPLACING FUSES IN THE
HOUSE OF CARDS: (Poetry Australia 1988), RITES OF
ARRIVAL: Poems from the museums of the History Trust of
South Australia (Wakefield Press 1990), SELECTED SONNETS:
(Collins/A&R 1991), LIVING IN THE SHADE OF NOTHING
SOLID: (FIVE ISLANDS 1998)
He has edited seven anthologies:
THE N0. 12 FRIENDLY STREET READER: (Friendly Street Poets
1987), THE INNER COURTYARD: A South Australian Anthology
of Love Poetry (Wakefield Press 1990), THE HOUSE NEXT
DOOR: (Salisbury Council 1992) is a book he has both
written and edited of community writing, THE NO. 18
FRIENDLY STREET READER: (Friendly Street Poets 1994),
POETRY AFTER LUNCH: The University Readings (Adelaide
University 1996), A FALL OF RAINBOWS: (Williamstown Women
Writers 1997) is a book he has edited of poetry and
prose, NO STRINGS ATTACHED: (Eremos 1999).
He has co-written a textbook on teaching poetry in
primary schools HANDS ON POETRY that was published by
Twilight Publishing in 1991 and republished by Dominie in
1993. He has written a textbook entitled WRITING POETRY
published by the Adelaide Institute of TAFE for tertiary
He continues to be invited as a judge for major poetry
competitions, including the John Bray Award; has won
numerous first prizes for his writing and has been
awarded five writing grants.
There are entries for him in the International Authors
and Writers Who's Who, the Who's Who of Australian
Writers and the Oxford Companion to Australian
Literature. There is an article on him by Geoff Page in A
Reader's Guide to Contemporary Australian Poetry (UQP
His papers, manuscripts and letters, etc. are held by the
Defence Force Academy Library (Canberra) in the
'Australian Special Research Collection'.