‘Stones’ in Journey to Crone

Diane’s poetry has appeared in magazines and anthologies, including The Rialto, Outposts,and Words-Myth. She was winner of the Liverpool Poetry Festival competition 2006. She wrote the libretto for Pinocchio, a music theatre piece for the Kings’ Singers and London Symphony Orchestra performed at The Barbican, has published seven children’s books and many stories. She is currently working on a football-based children’s book with her son as technical advisor.  She lives in Norfolk.

‘Heaven is Full’ in Sunday Snaps: the Stories

Mandy has stories in six other anthologies, many online at various sites and with Ether books.  She is currently looking for an agent for her novel and writes every spare moment.  Mandy aims to write full-time in the future and can be found on her blog, Mandy’s Musings.

‘Mad in Venice’, ‘Escape’ and ‘Midnight Posting’ in Sunday Snaps: the Stories

Susan is a Canadian born writer living in London.  She enjoys travel, photography and has spent many years studying history.  She writes flash fiction, short stories and is working on a novel – some of her stories appear online and in print.  You can find her scribbling and scattering on her blog, Scribble & Scatter.

‘Growing Old’ in Journey to Crone

Kristina is a ‘poet afloat’, freelance writer and musician living a simple life on a boat in the Marlborough Sounds of New Zealand with her artist husband and home-schooled son. She has always enjoyed spending more time in nature than with people and just rows off in the dinghy when things get too intense. Wild food foraging, sailing and watching the sun rise are among her favourite past-times and she looks forward with interest to the ‘drying up’ of oil and subsequent economic and social mayhem that will follow. Her poetry has been published in Bravado, Valley Micropress, Eclecticism, REM, Shotglass, One Smile magazine, Granny Smith, A Fine Line and by Forward Poetry.