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Contents: Volume 9(3)

Jon Glover Editorial
Jeffrey Wainwright Four poems
Tim Liardet Poem
Chelsea Cargill Three poems
Paula Jennings Four poems
Christopher Nield Two poems
Molly Fisk Two poems
György Faludy 2 poems
(Trans. Paul Sohar)
Aidan Fadden Poem
Gregory Randall Two poems
Marcus Smith Poem
Luis Cernuda Four poems
(Trans. Ruben Quesada)
Daniel Polikoff Three poems
Peter Bakowski Three poems
Rebecca Gethin Two poems
Dale Kushner Poem
Maryanne Hannan Two poems
Peggie Gallagher Poem
Mark Farrell Poem
Nicholas Jagger Two poems
JL Williams Three poems
Andrea Owen Done and Dusted
Jack Debney Kharshouf
Helen Wickes Poem
Michael Mott Two poems
John Greening Poem
Omar Sabbagh Two poems
Timothy Houghton Three poems
Susan Gubernat Three poems
Kenneth Williams Two poems
Boris Poplavsky Four poems
(Trans. Belinda Cooke and Richard McKane)
Philip Gross Two poems
Laura Fellowes Work
Lily Mabura House on a Jade Sea
Maggie Freeman Old Shoes
Adnan Mahmutovic First Day of Night
Tony Roberts Review
Ian Gregson Review
  Notes on Contributors

Selected Contributors:

Peter Bakowski has been writing poetry for over twenty years. His first book, In the Human Night, won the Victorian Premiers Award for Poetry. Peter has self-organized and self-financed over a dozen poetry tours by car, visiting many regions of Australia, some tours covering over 10,000 kilometers. He and his family live in the Greek-Vietnamese suburb of Richmond in Melbourne. http://bakwoskipoetrynews.blogspot.com

Peggie Gallagheris a poet and short-story writer from Sligo. Her work has been published in Force 10, Cyphers, Poetry Ireland, Atlanta Review and other magazines.

Tim Liardet thas produced six collections of poetry. His third collection, Competing with the Piano, was long-listed for the Whitbread Poetry Prize in 1998, and The Blood Choir, his fifth, was a Poetry Book Society Recommendation and shortlisted for the 2006 TS Eliot Prize. His newest collection, From the House of the Dead, will be published by Carcanet. He is Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing at Bath Spa University.

Michael Mott has published a number of poems in Stand. Born in London, he lives in Williamsburg, Virginia. He has published four novels, an award winning biography, and ten collections of poetry, the most recent of which is The World of Richard Dadd

Andrea Owen is a professional artist with degrees from Oxford and the Royal College of Art. She won Chapter One Promotions' International short story competition in 2006, and has published in Libbon magazine. One of her glass artworks was included in a silver-medal-winning show garden at RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show, and appeared in The Garden

Tony Roberts was born in Doncaster. A teacher of English, he lives in Manchester; his most recet collection is Sitters (Arc, 2002).

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