No 15 - September 2001
JOSHUA AUERBACH is literary editor for the magazine Vallum, and has his third small press collection about to be published. Has work in several magazines.
DAN BENNETT is a writer new to me.
MARTIN BENNETT is about to leave Saudi-Arabia where he has worked for some years. He is widely published.
PATRICIA BISHOP is also widely published and has read her work on Radio 3 and other radio stations. Her third collection, Saving Dragons, has just appeared from Oversteps.
GILLIAN BENCE-JONES is a new writer as far as I'm aware.
ANNE BRYAN is an active poet in S.Wales, but I believe this is her first publication outside that area.
sean burn is one of UK's leading performance poets now working with young people in E.Oxford. He regularly collaborates with musicians.
KEN CHAMPION is a new name to me.
ALAN DENT is best known as editor of Penniless Press, but is also a fine poet with two collections from Redbeck.
RICHARD EVANS is a young poet currently studying Creative Writing at E.Anglia University.
GRACE GAULD is a fine poet emerging from Salisbury where she is a member of KickStart poets.
TOM HAMILTON is an Irish Traveller who lives on the roadways of the US and Canada with his extended clan family. He is active in Rockford Writers Guild and very extensively published, mainly in US.
CHARLES JOHNSON is widely published, runs Flarestack Publications, and appeared in the very first issue of FIRE.
KEITH JEBB is an experimental poet from Oxford, often working with newmusic /computer-oriented composers.
TABISH KIIAIR is an Indian writer based in Copenhagen.
NOEL KING is an Irish short-story writer.
USHA KISHORE's work appeared in the Redbeck Anthology of British S. Asian Poetry.
HUW KNOYLE has been little published up to now.
AMY T.Y.LAI is from Hong Kong and studying for a PhD at Cambridge.
CHRIS MAJOR is a new writer from Staffordshire.
RUPERT MALIN is a prize-winning poet, very widely published, including six collections, and also performs his work regularly.
STEPHEN MORMORIS took time off to write full-time last year. He has been widely published, and has moved from New York to Paris.
PAUL MURPHY recently left his native Belfast to teach in Germany.
PAUL NEWBOLD recently completed a degree in literature at Huddersfield, where he became active in poetry events.
I know nothing at all about JOHN NANDY.
CHRIS OZZARD co-edited FIRE with me at the beginning. He now works in Carmarthen with visual artists, and with new technology, and is producing some excellent writing.
ALISTAIR PATERSON is a leading New Zealand writer, of fiction as well as poetry, who edits Poetry New Zealand.
SONNY PEREZ is a new, little-published poet from Cardiff.
JENNY REDMAN is a young poet just beginning to be published.
NIGEL RUSHBROOK is an active poet in N. Devon.
PHIL SIMMONS appears regularly in the small presses as a poet, critic and reviewer. He has three small collections published in the last two years, and another due. A full-length collection and a novel are seeking publishers.
E.M. O'DURR SUPRANOWICZ is a factory worker with poems in magazines in several countries.
GERALDINE SWAIN is a new writer.
PAUL SUTTON is also little published so far.
RICHARD VICK has had work in a number of mags and a collection of his work published in Canada 5 years ago.
GORDON WARDMAN's poems and reviews appear frequently in the small presses.
- 10th Muse
- Angel Exhaust
- Blithe Spirit
- Brando's hat
- Brittle Star
- Cannon's Mouth, The
- Coffee House, The
- Dream Catcher
- Floating Bear, The
- French Literary Review, The
- Frogmore Papers, The
- Global Tapestry
- Grosseteste Review
- Homeless Diamonds
- Interpreter's House, The
- Journal, The
- Lamport Court
- London Magazine, The
- Modern Poetry in Translation
- Monkey Kettle
- Neon Highway
- New Welsh Review
- North, The
- Obsessed with pipework
- Oxford Poetry
- Painted, spoken
- Paper, The
- Pen Pusher Magazine
- Poetry Cornwall
- Poetry London
- Poetry London (1951)
- Poetry Nation
- Poetry Review, The
- Poetry Salzburg Review
- Poetry Scotland
- Poetry Wales
- Private Tutor
- Purple Patch
- Rain Dog
- Reach Poetry
- Review, The
- Rialto, The
- Second Aeon
- Seventh Quarry, The
- Smiths Knoll
- Strange Faeces
- Tabla Book of New Verse, The
- Tolling Elves
- Ugly Tree, The
- Wolf, The
- Yellow Crane, The