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A prize-winning poet and playwright, John Menaghan has published All the Money in the World (1999), She Alone (2006), and What Vanishes (2009) with Salmon Publishing. Here and Gone, is forthcoming in 2014. Four of his short plays have been produced in Los Angeles, and one in Omaha. A Rumor of Rain was published in The Hollow & Other Plays (2008). Menaghan teaches literature and creative writing at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, where he also serves as director of the Irish Studies and Summer in Ireland programmes.
Mengham is Reader in Modern English Literature at the University of Cambridge, where he is also Curator of Works of Art at Jesus College. He is the author of books on Charles Dickens, Emily Bronte and Henry Green, as well as of The Descent of Language (1993). He has edited collections of essays on contemporary fiction, violence and avant-garde art, and the fiction of the 1940s. He is also the editor of the Equipage series of poetry pamphlets and co-editor and co-translator of Altered State: the New Polish Poetry (Arc Publications 2003) and co-editor of Vanishing Points: New Modernist Poems (Salt 2005). His own poems have been published under the title Unsung: New and selected Poems (Folio/Salt 1996; 2nd edition, 2001). His most recent books are Thomas Hardy's Shorter Fiction, co-written with Sophie Gilmartin (Edinburgh University Press, 2007) and Parleys and Skirmishes [poems] with photographs by Marc Atkins (Ars Cameralis 2007).
Menos was a journalist in London before moving to Devon, where she lives near Totnes with three children (8, 10 and 12), writes poetry, and organises and compères local poetry cabaret One Night Stanza. Her work has been published in Smiths Knoll, Staple and The Wolf among others. She won the Envoi International Poetry Competition in 2002.
Meral holds a MSc in Sociology from the London School of Economics, and has commented in the press and on television and radio internationally. He is working on two books in Turkish: Being Human in the 21st Century and Jesus the Idiot: Nietzsche contra Dostoyevsky, and is a consultant on religious and ethnic minorities in the Middle East.
Messenger was born in 1945, completed a degree at Auckland University, travelled extensively, and lived at various times in France, England and Japan. He has worked as a seaman, security guard, demolition worker and teacher, and currently runs a home-stay business in Hokitika. He won the Glover Poetry award in the 1970s and has had work published in numerous online magazines.
Messerli is the author of several books of poetry and fiction, and is currently working on a multi-volume cultural memoir. He edits Green Integer and was the former publisher of Sun & Moon Press.
Meyer is a widely published Canadian poet and university professor whose areas of interest include 20th century British poetry and Robert Frost.
Mezvinsky is Professor of History at Central Connecticut State University and author (with the late Israel Shahak) of Jewish Fundamentalism In Israel (new edition, Pluto Press, 2004).
Michaels is a widely published writer of prose and poetry. Her collection The Shape of the Rock appeared in 2003 and has been selected for the 2005 Alternative Next Generation Poets list. ‘Ladies Night’ is part of a new series of prose pieces.
Peter has just published selected poems, 'Aftermath', with Salt. His poems have appeared in magazines in Britain and the US. He teaches English at the University of Southampton.