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Korff was born in a town next to Hannover, Germany, in 1985. In 2008 she graduated from Kingston University, London, with a First in Creative Writing and Film Studies. Her poems have been published in Ripple Magazine and Eyewear.
Donna made her name with the magnificent Kooks ("indispensible for anyone interested in the real cutting edge of thought" - SF Chronicle); Strange creations (Feral House, 2001) covers all manner of weird anthropology.
Kottoor is perhaps best known for his long poem, Father, Wake Us In Passing. He won the All-India Special Poetry Prize in 1997 and his poems have featured in special editions of Verse and Fulcrum on contemporary Indian poetry in English. In 2005, Kottoor was Poet-in-Residence in the University of Augsburg, Germany. He lives in Chennai, Tamil Nad, India.
Kotzin teaches literature and creative writing at Drexel University in Philadelphia, where she is Director of the Certificate Program in Writing and Publishing. Her poetry has been published in (among others) The Iron Horse Literary Review, The Mid-American Review, The Southern Humanities Review, Pulpsmith, Poetry Super Highway, Shampoo, Poems Niederngasse and Valparaiso Poetry Review.
Kraljii Gardiner leads creative writing classes at the Carnegie Centre in Vancouver. She is the founder of Otter Press and the editor and publisher of three chapbook anthologies of work from the Thursdays Writing Collective. Her poetry can be found in Poetry Is Dead, Quills Canadian Poetry and the anthology Emerge 2009. Her work is forthcoming in an anti-violence anthology forthcoming from Caitlin Press in fall 2010 and will appear in translation in the Mexican literary journal Sincope Revista.
Krishna lives in Goa.
Sonnet's first book, A Strange Relief, was published by McClelland and Stewart in 2001. Her poetry has won the Malahat Review Long Poem Prize and the Bronwen Wallace Award, and has been featured on Bravo!'s BookTelevision. She lives in Toronto.
Lachman's books include In Search of PD Ouspensky (Quest Books 2004) Turn off your mind (Sidgwick & Jackson 2001; Disinformation Company 2003), The Dedalus book of the occult (Dedalus Books 2003), A secret history of consciousness (Floris Books 2003) and, as Gary Valentine, New York rocker: My life in the Blank Generation (Pan 2003). He was a founder member of Blondie, and now contributes to Mojo, Fortean Times, the Times Literary Supplement and other journals.
Lam's work has been published in literary magazines across Canada and in anthologies. Intimate Distances was a finalist for the City of Vancouver Book Award. Twice short-listed for the Event literary non-fiction prize, she co-edited and contributed to Double Lives: Writing and Mothering (McGill-Queen's University Press 2008). Enter the Chrysanthemum is forthcoming in 2009 with Caitlin Press.
Lam's work has appeared in The Fiddlehead, Grain, The Malahat Review, Event, Descant, Room of One's Own and in anthologies such as Fine Form. She was twice short-listed for the Event non-fiction prize. Her prose has appeared in the Globe and Mail and Intimate Distances was a finalist for the City of Vancouver Book Prize. She co-edited and contributed to an anthology on writers who are mothers, Double Lives (McGill-Queen's University Press).