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Kitty Coles has been widely published in magazines and anthologies. She was one of the two winners of the Indigo Dreams Pamphlet Prize and her debut pamphlet, Seal Wife, was published in Laura Ashley has been writing since she was in Middle school and became a lot more active with writing in her 20s. Through writing Laura has learned so much and through the writing community. Suffering from anxiety and Multiple Sclerosis, Laura is no stranger to mental health lows but hopes her words will remind others that they are not alone in the fight.

Leila Tualla is a Filipino-American memoirist, poet, and Christian author. She is currently working on a poetry collection based on Asian American stereotypes, titled the Token Asian writes. Lexi Vranick is an independent poet and fiction author based in New York. She can often be seen at local book shops, searching for stories at the bottom of coffee cups.

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Linda M. Crate has been published in numerous anthologies and magazines both print and online. She is a two-time push cart nominee and the author of four published chapbooks. Lorraine Carey is an Irish poet and artist. Margaret O'Driscoll is a full time carer of a loved one with mental health issues and is a poet, editor and curator. She published her first poetry collection in and it has received star reviews. Many of her poems appear in journals, and magazines worldwide and her poetry is translated into many languages.

He has a background in Communications, Radio and Graphic Design. He has been writing Poetry and short stories since He lives in Tiglin, Co. Melissa Jacob is passionate about inclusion and storytelling. She's most inspired when considering how the latter can facilitate the former. Michelle Diaz has been writing since the late 90s.

She has been published by Prole, Live Canon and Amaryllis. She was recently awarded 3rd place in the Mere Literary Poetry competition. She runs a monthly poetry group in Glastonbury.

Poetry is her passion. Mike Gallagher is an Irish writer, poet and editor. Melissa is an avid reader, writer, and reviewer. You can find out more at melissajennings. Miriam Calleja is a bilingual author from Malta.

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She dedicates her time facilitating creative writing workshops, writing for performances or publications, and devouring books. She has read at events in Malta, London, and New York.

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In she was recognised by the Network of Young Women Leaders as a leading female artist in Malta. She moonlights as a pharmacist, loves the sea, cats, coffee, and travelling. Molly Frawley is a poet from Fife who writes primarily about love, sex, and mental health.

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Whilst studying in Glasgow, Molly discovered the wonders of spoken word poetry and maintains it is the best form of therapy she has ever experienced. At present she is in the process of putting a blog together called Butterflyblues and a lot of the pieces will be surrounding Mental health and well being. Neil Elder has had work published in a number of magazines and journals. Neil lives in NW London where he teaches at a secondary school.

He now lives in Bunaterin, in Ireland, caught between an ancient Esker and a modern highway. He draws inspiration from both. In she was commissioned to perform at Birmingham Literature Festival. Press, Olivia was thrilled to be a guest poet at the Swindon Poetry Festival. Elliot award. He has been on medication for depression for the past 9 years. He lives in Bangor, Northern Ireland. Peter Lilly is a twenty nine year old British poet who grew up in Gloucestershire.

He now lives in Montpellier, France, and has been published in the online journal Barehands. Peter Raynard is a poet and editor of Proletarian Poetry: the poetry of working class lives, which has featured over poets www. He is a member of Malika's Poetry Kitchen. She has been a prize winner in several poetry competitions. Rachel McGladdery lives and writes in rural Lancashire, with her 4 children and 3 cats. She has been published both online and on paper, most recently in YorkMix, Prole and Atrium and has an upcoming poem in Riggwelter. She has made a number of poetry films in collaboration with Big Tree Productions.

She likes to categorize her works as conscious, inspired by experiences with the Almighty. Raine Geoghegan, MA, is a poet and prose writer. Her poems have been published in print and online in both literary journals and anthologies. In she read a selection of poems and monologues in a short film about the Roma, hop picking in Herefordshire, to be screened in She will also be giving live readings alongside the screenings at various venues and events including Ledbury Poetry Festival. One of her Romani poems will be published in Under the Radar magazine in Spring Randall Horton retired in from teaching philosophy at a community college in Houston, Texas, and moved to Derbyshire County, where he now lives and writes.

Ravi Naicker was born and raised on the Farm Glen Albyn. He is a retired Teacher, a keen reader and music lover, and an occasional writer of poems. Poetry gives him a way to express the ups and downs of living with dyspraxia. Ruth Aylett lives in Edinburgh where she teaches and researches university-level computing.

She has recently been published in Ellipsis Zine. Sarah Evans has had many short stories published in anthologies, magazines and online. Writing poetry is a more recent venture. She has been most recently published in Confluence Medway. Sarah Wallis is a poet and playwright based in Leeds. She works with magical realism and a sense of playful observation both in her stage work, poetry, flash fiction and has been published in numerous journals, most recently the Yorkshire Poetry Anthology from Valley Press, Watermarks; For Lido Lovers and Wild Swimmers by the Frogmore Papers and Ellipsis.

SM Jenkin was born in Chatham and is an editorial advisor for Confluence magazine.

Poet's work 'an act of discovery'

Spreken began writing prose and poetry at a young age, but began to focus on poetry in her early teens. Stephen Byrne is a chef and writer originally from Dublin and now lives in Chicago. He has been published worldwide and writes about food and recipes for the website, This is Galway. His debut collection 'Spit' was published in by Bonacia Ltd after beating 8, entrants to win the Poetry Rivals slam, and follow-up pamphlet 'Optograms' published by Wild Word Press in Her New and Selected will appear in Susan is the co-founder and organiser of the Over the Edge readings series in Galway.

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Never mind that Jane Hirshfield is, in her own words, nowhere, at the moment. The e-mail interview she provides from this undisclosed location where she is deep in artistic seclusion and unreachable by phone is nearly as graceful and radiant as her poetry, revelatory of the reverence she seems to impart to every ordinary thing. The much-celebrated poet has just been selected as the winner of the Donald Hall-Jane Kenyon Prize in American Poetry, and it's clear that this, too, is an occasion worthy of her deepest gratitude and earnest reflection.

I am surprised, pleased, and tremendously honored to be given this prize, named for two poets whose work has meant so much to me over the years of my writing life. The fanatics brandish their sceptre, While cowards walk out with bowed heads.