INDEX OF AUTHORS
AK BLAKEMORE; lives in London. Her first collection Humbert Summer was published by Eyewear Books in 2015.
FRANCINE ELENA; lives in London. Her poems have been published in The Sunday Times, Poetry London, 3: AM Magazine, Poetry Wales, Ambit, the Quietus, etc. Anthologies include Best British Poetry 2013 & 2015 and Furies (For Books Sake). You can also read her chapbook Christmas Lantern (3:AM Press).
HILARY S. JACQMIN; lives in Baltimore, MD. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in DIAGRAM, Field, PANK, 32 Poems, Painted Bride Quarterly, and elsewhere. Her first book of poems, Missing Persons, will be published by Waywiser Press in 2017.
ALEX MACDONALD; lives in London. He won an Eric Gregory Award in 2016 and is a co-editor of the online magazine Poems in Which. His poems have been published by Poetry London, The Rialto, Best British Poetry 2015 among others.
TOBY MARTINEZ DE LAS RIVAS; lives in Andalucia. He won an Eric Gregory Award in 2005 and the Andrew Waterhouse award from New Writing North in 2008. His pamphlet was published as part of the Faber New Poets series in 2009. His first collection is Terror (Faber, 2014).
DECLAN RYAN; lives in London. His pamphlet was published in the Faber New Poets series in 2014.
ANGUS SINCLAIR; is a poet who works in a library in South East London and the co-editor of the poetry publishing experiment para·text. His poems have been published by Test Centre, Butchers Dog, Blackbox Manifold and 3:AM Magazine.
MARTHA SPRACKLAND; lives in London. Her poems have been published in magazines such as Poetry Review, LRB, Poetry London, Magma, New Humanist, etc. Anthologies include the Salt Book of Younger Poets, Lung Jazz: Young British Poets for Oxfam and Best British Poetry 2014. She received an Eric Gregory Award in 2014.
REBECCA TAMÁS; lives in London. She has published two poetry pamphlets: The Ophelia Letters (Salt, 2013) and Savage (Clinic, 2017).
MARK WALDRON; lives in London. His third collection, Meanwhile, Trees was published by Bloodaxe Books in 2016. He was selected as a Next Generation Poet by the PBS in 2014.