Jacob Sam-La Rose
Jacob Sam-La Rose is a poet, writer, playwright, performer and
educator. He's been described as "the backbone of the London poetry
A former Poet-in-Residence at BBC London, he is a touring writer
with the British Council, and has performed at a broad range of
literature and arts festivals, including an appearance as a
‘distinguished attendee’ at the 2005 Gwendolyn Brooks Writers'
Conference in Chicago, and performances at The URB festival (Helsinki),
The Word: London Festival of Literature (the Underglobe, London), the
Bay Lit festival (Cardiff), the Portobello Festival and the Bath
Jacob has taught creative writing internationally. He has
facilitated and taught on workshops and extended projects through
institutions such as the National Theatre, the Arvon Foundation, Spread
the Word, the Roundhouse, the Barbican, the Learning Trust,
Glyndebourne, Morley College, the University of Chicago and Apples &
Snakes, as well as a range of schools across England.
Alongside Roger Robinson and Malika Booker, Jacob helped to establish Malika’s
Poetry Kitchen, an adult writing workshop and community. Jacob is the
Artistic Director of an annual teenage poetry SLAM project that works
across London schools and is the founder and Managing Editor of The
an online community building initiative and resource for young
writers and poets.
Jacob's work has been featured in anthologies and journals such
as Velocity: The Best of Apples & Snakes, Sable Litmag and X
Magazine. His pamphlet - Communion - won the PBS Pamphlet Choice for
130 Morton Way, Southgate, London N14 7AL
phone: 020 8886 1329
I was born in London and spent my childhood first in
Scotland and later in Surrey and then in Chichester. I am
married and we have a son. I read in English at
London University and have worked in publishing and
teaching. I spent more than twenty-five years teaching
adults who were physically handicapped and had learning
difficulties. Achievements: I co-wrote the widely
acclaimed 'Writing for Self-Discovery'.
My published poetry includes 'Multiplying The Moon'
(2004) 'Insisting on Yellow (2000 reprinted 2003)), 'The
Panic Bird' (1998), 'Exits' (1994) - all Enitharmon
Press, 'Crossing Point', 'Cathedral of Birds' and 'Cat
Therapy' (all Littlewood Press). My poems have appeared
in The Observer, The Independent and the New Statesman.
My poems have been broadcast on BBC2 and BBC4 and also
the World Service of the BBC. In 2003 Jessica Kingsley
published my book: 'Writing My Way Through Cancer'
(reprinted 2004). This is my fleshed-out journal for the
year 2000 with poems and therapeutic writing ideas.
The I have co-edited 'Parents', an
anthology of poems by 114 women writers. I have also
co-edited 'Making Worlds' a major anthology of poetry by
contemporary women poets. Interests: Women's
Issues. Disability. I am a tutor at The Poetry School and
consultant to the Second Light Network of Women Poets
which celebrated its 10th anniversary in November
2004. I do many readings and one-off workshops at
festivals, to writers' groups etc. all over the country.
Websites - http://www.poetsgraves.co.uk/poemsbycameronself/
Born Cambridge 1962.
B.A. Geography, Hull University 1983.
M.A. Creative Writing, Lancaster University 1985.
Currently work as Senior Student Finance Adviser at City
I've had poems published in Faber and Faber Book of Blue Verse (1),
Poetry Review (3), Rialto (2), Outposts Poetry Quarterly (2), Iron (1).
I have taught creative writing at HMP Norwich and
for Norfolk Adult Education.
Launched Poets' Graves in August 2003, a site listing the
burial sites of major UK, US and European poets. It also
includes a thriving poetry forum, a glosssary of poetic
terms and a library of classic poems. It now attracts
over 2000 unique visitors a day (and rising). Other
interests include sitcom writing (reached the final 10%
of the BBC Sitcom Talent competition 2004) and mountain
Hole Books, 2 Hailsham Avenue, London SW2 3AH
fax: 020 8678 0574
Write about Lambeth and Jazzclaw's Alternative Poet of
the Year prize-winning poems of 2001.
Interests: travelling, all creative arts, buddhism,
Mouth Of God Creations, PO Box 23230 Richmond, Virginia
Host: Richmond's Soul Kitchen, Co-Host: Tuesday
Verses, Host: Slam Time (2000-01), The Walker Gallery,
Grand Prize Winner: Avalon International Poetry
Contest(2002), Washington, DC. Grand Slam Champion 2001:
Nicole Rosario's Poetry Slam, Richmond, Virginia. Open
Mic Poetry Champion 1998, 2000: After Six Poetry Night,
Interests: Martial Arts, Medicine, Reading, Swimming,
Acting, Modeling, Dance, Afrikan History, Community
COO/VP of Development and Design for Unique Enterprises;
a Richmond based computer networking company.
4008 Kemper Avenue, Macon Georgia 31206
L.S. (Scooter) Shevshenko is a scuba instructor and
ex-Marine. He was born in Thomaston, Georgia, raised in
south Macon by an American born Russian/Ukraine mother
and a Native American, Irish truck-driving father.At age
twelve he witnessed the murder of an uncle;at age 23 he
watched his brother die by the bullet of another at a
local club. Through his writings he has found peace,
serenity and the will to sink his teeth into the mass of
the everyday life we often encounter. He is currently
totally disabled from life's continious beatings he has
taken. He uses a Dragon System's Point and Speak program
Lladoow S. Shevshenko's works have appeared
in:"GENERATION -X- POETRY" a new book-
subtitled "In Our Own Words" edited by: Marlow
Peerse Weaver, a Season In Hell, In The Wind
Magazine(Easyriders Magazine), NEBO, Deathrealm Magazine-
appearing alongside Poppy Z. Brite and Clive Barker(A
magazine that won the "Horror Critics Guild
Award"), Dream International Quarterly, Poet's
Review, Sounds of Poetry, Nightroses, MEMO, Mojo Risin'
Magazine and the infamous-Poetry Super Highway-
online,etc...Shevshenko has worked the slam
circuit:reading in Atlanta's Little Five Points
"Star Bar", "Forty Watt Club" in
Athens, "Brewers Cafe" in Milledgeville,
"The Stone Circle" in East Port, Michigan and
etc. He read and hosted Mercer University's first
"Poetry Slam" and has won a first and third
place award from the Georgia College Press Association
for endeavors at Macon State College.He has numerous
works on the net and has poetry forthcoming. Has written
two chap-books "RoB Amsterdam","ICE
HOUSE". His third will be called "Purges from
the Lower Anatomy." He's essayed and invented a
poetry form call "Taras". The essay for this
form appeared in Dream International Quarterly.
Larissa Shmailo has been published in About: Poetry,
Rattapallax, BigBridge.org, and Lungfull!,and many other
publications. Her recent poetry CD, The No-Net World has
garnered excellent reviews. She has read for Share Our
Strength/The Writers’ Harvest against Hunger, with the Black
Panthers, at the Knitting Factory, Barnes and Noble, Borders
Books, the Bowery Poetry Club, Teachers and Writers
Collaborative Radio, WBAI, Barnard College, and the City
University of New York, among many other venues. Larissa has
received “Critic’s Picks” notices for her readings and radio
appearances from The New York Times, the Village Voice,
MaudNewton.com, and Time Out magazine and is
active in the New York City poetry community as curator of the
Sliding Scale Poetry series.
Larissa translated the Russian Futurist opera Victory over
the Sun which was performed at the first Next Wave
Festival at the Brooklyn Academy of Music and
internationally; a DVD of the original English-language
production is part of the collection of the New York Museum of
Modern Art. She recently contributed translations to the
anthology New Russian Poets forthcoming from the Dalkey
Archive Press (under the auspices of the National Endowment of
262 Orchard Road, Paoli, PA 19301-1116 USA
Silliman site @ EPC
Books of Poetry: Crow, Ithaca House,
Ithaca, NY, 1971; Mohawk, Doones Press,
Bowling Green, OH, 1973; Nox, Burning
Deck, Providence, RI, 1974; Ketjak, This
Press, San Francisco, CA, 1978; Sitting Up,
Standing, Taking Steps, Tuumba, Berkeley, CA
1978; Legend (collaboration with Bruce
Andrews, Charles Bernstein, Ray Di Palma and Steve
McCaffery), L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E/Segue, New York, NY, 1980; Tjanting,
The Figures, Berkeley, CA, 1981; Bart,
Potes & Poets Press, Hartford, CT, 1982; ABC,
Tuumba, Berkeley, CA, 1983; Paradise,
Burning Deck, Providence, RI, 1985 (1985 Poetry Center
Book Award); The Age of Huts, Roof
Books, New York, 1986; Lit, Potes &
Poets Press, Hartford, CT, 1987; What,
The Figures, Great Barrington, MA, 1988; Manifest,
Zasterle Press, Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain, 1990; Leningrad
(collaboration with Michael Davidson, Lyn Hejinian, and
Barrett Watten), Mercury House, San Francisco, CA, 1991; Demo
to Ink, Chax Press, Tucson, AZ, 1992; Toner,
Potes & Poets Press, E. Hartford, CT, 1992; Jones,
Generator Press, Mentor, OH, 1993; N/O,
Roof Press, New York, NY, 1994; Xing,
Meow Press, Buffalo, NY, 1996; (R),
Drogue Press, New York, NY, forthcoming; The
Alphabet, University of Alabama Press,
forthcoming (circa 2003-5).
, Roof, New York, NY, 1987.
, National Poetry Foundation, University of Maine, Orono,
Siam University, Siam University Post Office, p.o. box
24, Siam University, Bangkok, Thailand 10163
In 1990 the book of my poetry, An American
Papyrus, was published by Towson State
University's New Poets Series and Republished through
Project Gutenberg, University of North Carolina http://www.digital.library.upenn.edu/webbin/gutbook/lookup?num=4545.
Cheryl Snell is a two- time Pushcart Prize nominee and
the author of two
chapbooks of poetry, Flower Half Blown (Finishing Line
Press, 2002) and
Epithalamion (Little Poem Press, 2004). Her novel Shiva's
Arms will be out
in 2006 from Writer's Lair Books. Nearly two hundred of
her poems and
stories have been published in print and online magazines
Review, Snow Monkey,Cranky,Stirring,Red River Review and
Address: 84 Cherry Close, Kidlington, Oxon. OX5
Phone: 01865 374379
URL & Website name:
Brief autobiography: Born in Tring, Hertfordshire,
UK, 1951, of Dutch parents. Working within the field of
digital imaging applied to archival materials in the
Oxford University Digital Library.
Achievements and interests: Reunited with reading
and writing poetry in 1985 as the result of launching and
editing a small press poetry magazine called SPOKES.
Edited and published the magazine until 1987 when it was
handed over to new editors. Student with Open College of
the Arts on their Poetry Course in 1991. Introduced to
and now much influenced by the poetry by Robert Duncan,
Maggie O'Sullivan, Michael Ondaatje, Peter Redgrove,
Raymond Carver and Wassiliy Kandinsky! Involved with the
Open University Poetry Society 1999-2003 and currently a
member of the trAce poetry forum, Nottingham University.
Now looking to develop my poetry and photography within
areas of web publishing and new media.
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Ken Smith was born in 1938 in Rudston,
East Yorkshire, the son of an itinerant farm labourer. He
has worked in Britain and in America as a teacher,
freelance writer, barman, magazine editor, potato picker
and BBC reader, and has held writing fellowships at Leeds
University, Kingston Polytechnic, and Clark University
and Holy Cross, Worcester, Massachusetts. From 1985 to
1987 he was writer-in-residence at Wormwood Scrubs
prison, London. He lives in the east-end of London.
8990 S.R. 287 West Liberty,
Ohio 43357 U.S.A.
I have written poetry since 1991 and my work has appeared
in many literary magazines and general interest as well:
"The Roswell Literary Review; Medicinal Purposes (in
conjunction with and published by Poet to Poet television
in New York; "AIM" ("America's
Intercultural Magazine; Chicago); "Aura
Literary/Arts Review (University of Alabama) et al. My
poems can also be seen on various poetry websites on the
I have recently been accepted into the Directory of
American Poets and Fiction Writers ("Poets &
Writers" in New York). Presently, I am seeking a
publisher for my first book of poetry which has been
endorsed in writing by Poet/Author Nikki Giovanni.
My other interests include listening to jazz, reading,
photography, taking walks and dreaming!
Hastings Writers Group
Flat 6, 18, Nelson Road, Hastings, East Sussex TN34 3RZ
phone: 01424 442148
Published in 12 Anthologies. Self published 11 poetry
books. Self published 3 books short stories. Published 1
short story in Anthology. Published in several magazines.
Interests: Humourous poetry, short story writing-Twist in
the tale (Tail).
is a librettist, singer-songwriter, actor, and life-long
freelance editor. He taught writing and literature at
M.I.T., 1960-1981, and is a persistently Visiting
Professor at U.C. Santa Barbara, (named Distinguished
Professor in Humanities & Fine Arts, 1991).
Over the years he has published two novels, many short
stories, various essays, reviews, and journalism, plus
seven poetry collections.
2350 Taliesin Drive Aurora,IL 60506, USA
phone: (630) 896-6128
Published over 70 poems in a wide variety of
periodicals, quarterlies, and reviews. I have four
wonderful children: Domenica, Angela, Gina, and Rocco. My
wife of over 25 years is Julie. Currently I work as a
Technical Writer when I am not writing poetry and prose.
While the U.S. walked on the moon in 1969 I was sharing
tea with Dr. Francis Warner at St. Peter's College in
Oxford England on a poetry grant. As a student
representative, I participated in the planning of the
Samuel Beckett theater along with Peter Ustinov, Richard
Burton, and Tom Stoppard.
Interests: Writing tools, techniques, forms, and teaching
devices/approaches. I have also coached girls fast-pitch
softball since 1980.
58 Seymour Road, Hadleigh, Benfleet, Essex SS7 2HL
Over 20 poems published in the UK, USA and on the Net
and recently won a runner's up prize in Ottakar's
National Poetry Competion.
Interests: Archaeology, Magic, History, Coin collecting,
dinking and oh, poetry!
I'm hoping to set up a regular poetry evening in
Southend, Essex and am looking for poets who might be
willing to give readings/talks. etc.
7 rue des écoles
91410 Corbreuse, France
phone: 00 33 6 08 78 39 36.
I was born
in Paris in 1940 and studied at the Sorbonne. During the Sixties and
the Seventies, I taught French and Classics in France and in the
United States, and American Literature (mostly writers of the Beat
Generation) in Germany. In the Eighties and in the Nineties, I took
part in International Cooperation in Cultural Affairs. I am
presently Representative for Le
Journal des Poètes (Brussels) in France. After meeting
the English Poet Keith Barnes (1934-1969) in Paris in 1963, I spent
a large part of my life promoting his poetic work which I translated
Ecrivains beats et le voyage,
Chronologie des écrivains beats
jusqu'en 1969, Marcel Didier, Paris.
(including a selection of Keith
Barnes’s poems) Maurice
: Les Bougons,
(collection "romans et proses")
: Keith Barnes, Œuvre poétique /
Collected Poems, ouverture de Maurice Nadeau, traduction de
Jacqueline Starer, éditions d’écarts, Paris.
First bilingual edition of
K.B. Keith Barnes, with the
English Translation of Helen McPhail,
Co-translation, with Michèle Duclos, from the English : Shizue
Ogawa, Une Âme qui joue,
Editions de la
international de poésie Antonio Viccaro 2011
: Les Ecrivains de la Beat Generation,
d’écarts, Dol-de-Bretagne, France.
Keith Barnes, The Waters
Will Sway / Die Wasser Werden Schaukeln,
a choice of poems translated into German by Ulrich Zieger,
introduction tranlated from the German by Alice-catherine Carls,
éditions d’écarts, Dol-de-Bretagne, France.
organisation: The Louisville Poets Guild 705 east Market
street Jeffersonville IN 47130
LOUISVILLE POETS GUILD "1997 V.P."
"1998 pres," "1999 V.P." also board
of directors. Famous poets s, 2 Homers and 2 editors
Interests: Teaching kids a better way in life by teaching
poetry for the mind and self defence for the body.
I like to get my poetry in other lands and get theirs in
Alvin Stepp is all so host of The Louisville
Poets Guild Show on channel 98 on Insight cable tv
Thuresday night at 7;pm in Louisville KY.
Vivien Steels lives in Nottingham and graduated from
Reading University in 1974 (with a B.Ed. [Hons] in English
Literature & Education). Retired from teaching/lecturing
due to the illness M.E., she writes mainly poetry, but also
short stories and articles and is writing her first novel.
She paints in watercolours/acrylics. Vivien has been
published widely with over 260 poems in poetry presses,
magazines and anthologies (including Envoi, The Frogmore
Papers, Smiths Knoll, IOTA, Panda, Rain Dog, CPR
International, Poetry Nottingham, Poetry Monthly,
Countryside Tales, Orbis, Carillon, The New Cauldron,
Wordshare, Amber Silhouettes, Purple Patch, Weyfarers,
ImageNation, Reflections, Quantum Leap, Quill and Parchment,
Peace and Freedom Press, Earth Love, Poetry Cornwall, Solo
Survivors, Vantasia, Moonstone, South, Fire, Tree Spirit,
The Coffee House, First Time and in anthologies Aspects of
Love, Love Poetry, Love is Eternal, Expressions from the
Heart of England, Easter Inspirations, Story Time Rhymes,
Daily Reflections, Forward Press Poets and Bright Voices).
Her work is also featured on the Internet (often with
artwork - see Expose'd @
) with ongoing local exhibitions of her paintings and
illustrated poetry. She became the Poetry Editor with the
online poetry magazine WAH during 2005/6, while she has
recently re-designed her own website, "Talking Paint" which
has won an award. Vivien produces/designs collections of
her colour illustrated poems with four volumes to date
entitled *PROMISE*, *MANDALA*, *SECRETS* and the latest
*HOME FROM HOME*, which are all available from her website.
Five Collections, most recent: A Walk in Winter
(Enitharmon Press 1989) This True Making
(KQBX Press 1992) Prose: The Wreck of the
Deutschland A study of the historical background
to Hopkins' poem (Souvenir) The Dymock Poets
(Seren) A Remembered Land - British Rural Life
1890-1914 (Michael Joseph). Plays: A
Shepherd's Life (Salisbury Playhouse 1985/86/88/
Lifeblood Theatre 1987) Wessex Days
(Salisbury Playhouse 1990/ Lifeblood Theatre 1992) Honest
John (Northampton Royal theatre 1993 - Winner
Central TV Drama Award) The Abominable Volume -
Darwin's Origins (Touring, 1998)
Other: Senior Lecturer, School of Media Arts, Bournemouth
University. Currently reading for Ph.D on early British
Past career: Trained as an actor, worked in theatre and
radio in London and Paris before joining the BBC in 1970.
Became a freelance in 1985, and remained so until 1995,
when took up post at Bournemouth.
- 25 Griffiths Road,
- West Bromwich
- B71 2EH,
- website www.geoffstevens.co.uk.
Born June 4th. 1942 in the industrial Black
Country, about a mile from where
his ancestors lived 400 years ago, became an
active member of The Black
Country Society, directing its Industrial
Archaeology Section. It was no
coincidence that his first poems were in the
dialect.During his 37 years as
a chemist in industry, he found time to publish
Purple Patch poetry magazine
(1976-date), to appear in hundreds of small press
magazines and read his
work regularily at numerous venues, the largest
audience being 500 at an
Indian temple. His collections include Field
Manual for Poetry Lovers,A
Comparison of Myself with Ivan Blatny, Central to
Me, The Phrenology of
and A Keelhauling Through Ireland. His poetry is
on tape, C.D., Video, and
D.V.D, where his drawings and paintings can also
be found. He reads monthly
at The Barlow Theatre near Birmingham
and at monthly Poetry Wednesbury events and many
Tony Stringfellow was born in Wolverhampton in 1957 and educated at
St Chad’s College Boys Grammar School. Although a poet and writer
from the early age of 13, he only came out of the wardrobe at the
turn of the century, but has met with some remarkable acclaim since
then. He regularly performs his work at various festivals and
events, hosts a monthly Open Mic night
(The Poetry Train) in his home town and presents a weekly poetry
radio show (Page One).
From Beneath the Wizard’s Gown. Marc Bolan
The Wizard’s Gown Rewoven. Beneath the Glitter of Marc Bolan.
Breeze Hayward Publishing.
Silent Solitudes. A collection of Poetical Thoughts. Breeze
Naked Therapy. Thought Provoking Poetry. Audio book/cd.
Breeze Hayward Publishing.
The Poetry Train
Monthly Poetry Open Mic night, hosted by
Tony Stringfellow. At the Light House, Fryer Street, Wolverhampton.
Last Wednesday of the Month. Start 8.00pm. Admission £2.
Poetry/Literature led radio show presented by Tony Stringfellow.
Lively upbeat show with a strong agenda to make poetry more
accessible and ‘user friendly’.
On Fridays at 7.00pm, repeated Mondays at 8.00am on WCRFM 101.8fm
and online at www.wcrfm.com
Organisation: Annual San Luis Obispo Poetry Festival
393 D. Buchon St. San Luis Obispo CA 93401 USA
Achievements: San Luis Obispo County Art Council Arts
Recognition Award 2001;
"I Offer My Voice" text Kevin Patrick Sullivan,
music Barbara Hoff 2001; 1997 received California Arts
Council funding for Annual SLO Poetry Festival/Corners of
1995 "Something Big As The Sky" text Kevin
Patrick Sullivan, music John Biggs;
1994 "First Sight", a trade book was published
by Mille Grazie Press of Santa Barbara;
1994 received city funding for the SLO Poetry Festival;
1992 founded the Excellent Series, a monthly reading that
lasted 5 years in Grover Beach;
1984 co-founded the Annual San Luis Obispo Poetry
Festival/Corners of the Mouth, a monthly reading series
of featured and open readings;
1984 self-published "Shadows";
1984 self published "Alive in the Light" and
anthology of four poets;
1982 self-published first book "Bits and Pieces of
Black on White"
c/o 35 Falkland Street (0/1), Glasgow, G12 9QZ, Scotland.
Editor of AA Independent Press Guide
Dee Sunshine is an artist, writer
and musician, living between Scotland, Spain & India. He is author
of four full-length collection of poetry, "The Bad Seed" (Stride,
1998), "Dropping Ecstasy With The Angels" (Bluechrome, 2004),
"Visions Of The Drowning Man" (Obooko e-book, 2009), "Red Dreams And
Razorblades, Collected Poems 1980-2005" (Obooko e-book, 2009). He
has published one novel, "Stealing Heaven From The Lips Of God" (Bluechrome
2004 and Obooko Ebook 2009). He edited the charity poetry
anthology, "The Book Of Hopes And Dreams" (Bluechrome, 2006)
His poetry, prose, short stories and
artworks have appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies
worldwide, including Acumen, Ambit, The Antigonish Review, Brutarian,
Cutting Teeth, Descant, Dream Catcher, The Erotic Review, Fine
Madness, Headpress, The Interpreter's House, Kindred Spirits, Liar
Republic, Lungfull!, Main Street Rag, New Writing Scotland, North
American Review, Other Poetry, Orbis, Oxford Quarterly Review,
Paris/ Atlantic, Pearl, Rattapallax, Reater, Scotland On Sunday,
Tears In The Fence, Toronto Review, Urthona and Whiskey Island.
organisation: Aslan Enterprises
address: 272 Osborne Hill Road, Fishkill, NY 12524
Recent pieces of Mr. Sutherland have appeared in The
American Literary Journal, The Hollins Critic, The
Cortland Review, Abbey and The Reader (Oxford University
David is also the author of a recent collection called
"Between Absolutes" published by
Menace Publishing of Alexandria, VA. This collection has
seen very positive review from The Washington Square
Review, Poet's Edge and others.
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Swift was born in Montreal on Good Friday, 1966. He
is the author or an editor of eight books of
poetry. During his college years he was a champion
debater, and upon graduation wrote over one hundred hours
of TV. In 1997 he was given the Young Quebecer of
the Year Award in the Arts and Education category, for
his poetry projects. From 1998-2001 he was Visiting
Lecturer at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest,
specializing in courses on poetry and film. In late
2001 he moved to Paris where he lived and wrote for two
years. He has been poetry editor of online magazine
nthposition since 2002. In 2003 he was editorial
coordinator for the global peace campaign, Poets Against
The War. He has reviewed for Books in Canada,
Poetry London, and The Dubliner, among
others. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming
in Agenda, Jacket, New American
Writing, Orbis, Poetry London, Poetry
Wales and Stand, among others. In summer
2004 he was Oxfams Poet-In-Residence. His
latest collections are Rue du Regard (DC Books,
2004) and a limited edition pamphlet from Lapwing,
Belfast, The Oil and Gas University
(2004). He lives in London's West End, when not
studying at UEA to complete his MA in Poetry. His
site is www.toddswift.com