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  • Journey to Crone, available in print and ebook editions.108 poems by 80 poets
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  • Sunday Snaps: the Stories, available in print and ebook editions.
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    Collection of Short Stories, Poetry and Photography





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V.F. ELLIOTT
‘Slug’ and ‘Quicksand’ in Journey to Crone

V.F. Elliott works with trainee English and Drama teachers at the University of Warwick. She has been both a tight-head prop and a Viking re-enactor. Her poetry has been published in the Mays Anthology, the Oxford Magazine and the Scottish Poetry Review. You can find her at http://veldaelliott.wordpress.com/.

ALAN ELYSHEVITZ
‘Free Tour of an American City’ and ‘Bullets’ in Cities

Alan is a poet and short story writer from East Norriton, PA, USA. His collection of stories, The Widows and Orphans Fund, was published by Stephen F. Austin State University Press. In addition, he has published three poetry chapbooks: Imaginary Planet (Cervena Barva), Theory of Everything (Pudding House), and The Splinter in Passion’s Paw (New Spirit). He is a two-time recipient of a fellowship in fiction writing from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. Currently he teaches writing at the Community College of Philadelphia.

REBECCA EMIN
‘Downstream’ in Sunday Snaps: the Stories

Rebecca lives in Oxfordshire, with her husband and three small children. Her first novel for children, New Beginnings, will be published by Grimoire Books in January 2012. She is currently working on her second novel. Rebecca enjoys writing flash fiction and short stories and has had several stories included in fundraising anthologies, including 50 Stories for Pakistan and Literary Mix Tapes: Nothing But Flowers. Rebecca is also an author for Ether Books who publish short stories and essays via their APP.  You can find out more about Rebecca’s writing by following her on Twitter @RebeccaEmin, connecting with her on Facebook, or by following her blog at: www.rebeccaemin.com.

LAURA EPPINGER
‘Daughters’ in Journey to Crone

Laura graduated from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA in 2008 with a degree in Journalism, and she’s been writing creatively ever since. Her laptop screen got cracked during a year in Cape Town, South Africa, so she composes in teeny, tiny windows. (But it doesn’t stop her from writing.) A full list of her publications can be found here: http://lolionthekaap.blogspot.com/p/creative-writing.html.

SARAH EVANS
‘Odds’ in You, Me & a Bit of We
‘Habitual’ in Tales of Mystery, Suspense & Terror

Sarah Evans has had dozens of stories published in magazines and competition anthologies. Highlights of her writing career include: appearing in the 2008 Bridport anthology; having several stories published in the highly acclaimed Unthology series, published by Unthank books; winning a short story competition run by Spoken Ink who also recorded her story. She has also had stories published by Bloomsbury, Writers’ Forum, Earlyworks Press, Rubery Press and many more.

ANNIE EVETT
‘Clandestine Tilak’ in Sunday Snaps: the Stories

Annie draws on her years as a teacher and time in the corporate field to bring life experience to her eclectic style of creativity in both writing and artwork. Having scribbled and sketched in the margins or being distracted by a story line and arguing characters in her head, instead of her study throughout school, university and in business meetings, she felt it time to bring her images and ideas to light.  Now a prolific scribbler of characters and weaver of stories, Annie also wields a balanced editing razor. Annie has been involved in a number of collaborative projects and is the creative energy behind the joint writing project CYOA. She writes for a number of non – fiction sites including Pop Bunker, Type A Parent and Write Anything.  She refuses to be boxed into a genre and has written speculative fiction, feminist literature, romance and adventure exploring darker themes in urban mythicalism. Annie has a number of short stories and artwork published.  Start your escapade into her world.