Issue Thirty-Five: Contributors

Geoffrey Aitken writes his ‘lived experience’ on unceded Kaurna land, published locally (AUS) and internationally (the UK, US, CAN, Fr & CN).

Enda Boyle was born in County Derry, Ireland in 1994. He was educated at Ulster University and Queen’s University Belfast. Previous poems and short stories have appeared in short magazines online and in print.

Dr Lee Campbell is an artist, performance poet, experimental filmmaker, writer, and Senior Lecturer at University of the Arts London, Recent publications of his poetry include Hakara: A Bi-Lingual Journal of Creative Expression, The Atticus Review, Ink, Sweat and Tears, Untitled Voices, Gob Jaw Anthology 2019-2022, Issue Two: Wasteland, Powders Press, Issue One: First Times, Powders Press, Otherwise, You Are Here – The Journal of Creative Geography, Queerlings – A Literary Magazine for Queer Writing, New Note Poetry and Streetcake.

David Capps is a philosophy professor and poet who lives in New Haven, CT. He is the author of four chapbooks: Poems from the First Voyage (The Nasiona Press, 2019), A Non-Grecian Non-Urn (Yavanika Press, 2019), Colossi (Kelsay Books, 2020), and Wheatfield with a Reaper (Akinoga Press, forthcoming).

Lorraine Carey’s poems are widely anthologised and published in journals including Prole, Poetry Ireland Review, Orbis, Rust+Moth, The High Window, One, Atrium, Abridged, The Honest Ulsterman, Poetry Birmingham and Ink Sweat & Tears among others. Recently awarded a Tyrone Guthrie residency, she has work forthcoming in Howl, Allium, Magma and Romance Options – an anthology of love poems from Dedalus Press.

Pamelyn Casto has a new book published titled Flash Fiction: Alive in the Flicker, a Portable Workshop (Buttonhook Press, 2022). She has published articles on flash fiction in Writer’s Digest (three articles), in OPEN: Journal of Arts & Letters, in Fiction Southeast, in Critical Insights: Flash Fiction, and elsewhere. She has also published poems and short fiction in Better Than Starbucks, Gargoyle, in Musings of the Muses, and elsewhere. She has twice been nominated for a Pushcart Prize.

Gram Joel Davies lives in Devon and works as a counsellor. His collection Bolt Down This Earth is published by V. Press (2017). Recent poems can be found in The Moth, Black Nore Review and Atrium Poetry.

Gregory Luce, author of Signs of Small Grace, Drinking Weather, Memory and Desire, Tile, and Riffs & Improvisations, has published widely in print and online. He is the 2014 Larry Neal Award winner for adult poetry, given by the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities. In addition to poetry, he writes a monthly column on the arts for Scene4 magazine. He is retired from National Geographic, works as a volunteer writing tutor/mentor for 826DC, and lives in Arlington, VA.

Born and raised in a Scottish mining village, Isabel Miles is a former scientist, turned writer, who lives on the North Yorkshire Moors. Her poems and short stories have been published in Green Ink Poetry, East of the Web, Shooter, Northwords Now, Alchemy Spoon, Anomaly, Nymph, Grey Sparrow Journal, Acumen and Dreich, among others. She is the author of a poetry pamphlet, Spent Earth, (Mudfog Press) and a novel, Chosen, (Kindle).

Heather Sager lives in Illinois, USA, where she writes poetry and fiction. Most recently, her poetry has appeared in Poetry Pacific, Magma, morphrog, Poets’ Espresso Review, Flights, Remington Review, Uppagus, Bluepepper, ActiveMuse (Pushcart nomination), and more journals and anthologies.

John Savoie taught in Japan for six years and currently teaches at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. His poems have appeared in Poetry and Poetry in Motion.

John Short lives in Liverpool again after a previous life in southern Europe. He revisits northern Spain on a regular basis and wanders in obscure places. He has appeared recently in Pennine Platform, Foxglove Journal and The Bosphorus Review. His fourth poetry collection, In Search of a Subject, is due from Cerasus Press in 2023.