Jennie E. Owen has been widely published online, in literary journals and anthologies. She teaches Creative Writing for The Open University and lives in Lancashire with her husband and three children. Jennie is currently working on a poetry PhD with MMU.
Arthur Chapman lives in Peterborough, UK, and works in history education. His poems have appeared in the Fenland Poetry Journal and in The Meeting: Reading and Writing Through John Clare (Simon Kovesi (ed.) 2020).
Wendy Klein has four collections and a pamphlet, the most recent her selected: ‘Out of the Blue’, High Window Press, 2019. She is currently trying, unsuccessfully, to place a pamphlet featuring a friend’s medically assisted death. All ideas welcome. Film of pamphlet ‘Let Battle Commence’ https://youtu.be/L2JlbpAdUcU and website: http://www.wendyklein.co.uk
Matt Gilbert is a freelance copywriter and blogger at richlyevocative.net. Originally from Bristol, he currently gets his fill of urban hills in south east London. He’s had poems published by Anthropocene, Black Bough and Ink Sweat & Tears amongst others.
David Clarke’s first pamphlet Gaud won the Michael Marks Award in 2013. He has published two collections with Nine Arches Press (most recently The Europeans in 2019) and a further pamphlet, Scare Stories, with V Press. The Field in Winter will be published by Nine Arches in the autumn of 2023.
Rachael Clyne is from Glastonbury: her collection Singing at the Bone Tree (Indigo Dreams) concerns eco-issues, her pamphlet, Girl Golem (4Word Press) explores her Jewish, migrant background. Her new collection, You’ll Never Be Anyone Else, will be published by Seren in 2023. It expands on themes of identitiy, including sexual orientation.
Melanie Branton is a poet, spoken word artist and education worker from Redfield in Bristol. Her published collections are Can You See Where I’m Coming From? (Burning Eye, 2018) and My Cloth-Eared Heart (Oversteps, 2017).