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Contents: Volume 13(2)

John Whale Editorial
Jeffrey Wainwright Six Poems
William Palmer Two Poems
Brittney Scott Two Poems
Antony Rowland Five Poems
Sofi Stambo Hope Number Six
Ian Pople Two Poems
Lucy Barnett Poem
Patrick Sykes Two Poems
Harry Guest Poem
Christine Koutelieri Five Poems
Pavol Janik Emilia
trans. Heather Trebaticka
Matt Howard Two Poems
Owen Gallagher Four Poems
Stan Marcus Two Poems
Steven Matthews Two Poems
Paul Mills Two Poems
Paul Maddern Seagull
Thomas Ország-Land Interview and Two Poems
Matt Kirkham Three Poems
Shara McCallum Five Poems
Ricardo Pau-Llosa Poem
James W. Wood Four Poems
Marijane Osborn Thirty Viking Haikus
Susi Lovell Eye
Simon Perchik Four Poems
Alex Wylie Poem
Thomas Rosenlöcher Four Poems
trans. Ken Cockburn
Martin Bennett Fouyr Poems
Paula Bohince Three Poems
Robert Clinton Two Poems
Murzban F. Shroff Bhikoo Badshah's Poison
Trina Gaynon Three Poems
Jacqueline Kolosov Three Poems
Les Bares Poem
Helen Mort Reviews
N S Thompson Review
Stella Pye Review
Belinda Cooke Review
Notes on Contributors

Selected Contributors:

Martin Bennett lives in Rome where he teaches and proofreads at the University of Tor Vergata while contributing occasional articles to 'Wanted in Rome'. He was 2013 winner of the John Clare Prize.

Belinda Cooke has published three books: Resting Place (2008), The Paths of the Beggar Woman: Selected Poems of Marina Tsvetaeva (2008), and with Richard McKane, Flags by Boris Poplavsky.

Pavol Janik is a Slovak poet and dramatist. He was President of the Sloval Writers' Society (2003-2007), Secretary General of the SWS (1998-2003), 2007-2013) and Editor-in-chief of the literary weekly of the SWS Literarnytyzdennik (2010-2013). His literary works have been published in twenty countries.

Susi Lovell, originally from Engalnd, lived in Austria, South Africa, Australia and Colombia before settling in Montreal. She is a short story writer, choreographer and dancer, and a lover of bodies of water and Québec chocolateries. Her website is susilovell.com.

Steven Matthews was born and brought up in Colchester, Essex. His collection Skying appeared from Waterloo Press in 2012.

Thomas Ország-Land is a poet and award-winning correspondent who writes from London and his native Budapest. He is a Holocaust survivor. He participated in the 1956 Hungarian revolution against Soviet rule and read philosophy at Acadia University, Canada.

Marijane Osborn studied runes with Sir Christopher Ball at Oxfordf and was a Fulbright scholar in Iceland where she engaged with Viking culture. Now an Emerita professor at UC Davis, she is writing a book with the working title Afterwards in Heorot.

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