A little bit about the artists and writers who contributed to ISSUE 6. You can find links to some of their other work here.
Keep popping back, we’re in the process of updating this page and more information will be available soon. If you’re one of the fantastic bunch featured in Issue 6 and haven’t sent us your bio yet… send us 2-3 sentences and a link to your website/blog (if you have one) to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Naranjanpal Hare is a second year film and media student at Manchester Metropolitan University. He has a great interest in photography, and wants to further into a career continuing to create a variety of visual imagery. Naranjanpal has a Facebook page for his photography: NNYPhotography – http://www.facebook.com/pages/NNYPhotography/141849569206973
Daniela Huhurez is currently studying MA Design and Art Direction at MMU and works as a freelance visual artist based in Manchester. Her practice is concerned with the investigation of the process of creating poetry illustration. www.danielahuhurez.co.uk.
Eleanor Jay is currently in her second year at University studying Philosophy with an interest in media and photography.
Devin Louttit is in his first year studying interactive arts at Manchester school of art. He did a photography foundation at London College of Communication and much of his work focuses around photography without the use of cameras.
David Mills David was born and raised in Gateshead, UK and is currently studying Fine Art BA Hons. at Newcastle University. He works intuitively, combining found objects with symbolic and aesthetic significance in installations informed by formalist and minimalist disciplines. www.davidlepidoptera.tumblr.com
Nadia Scola How far can we go. When do we soon go from child to adult mentally? How far can boundaries be crossed. When do your sexual desires get out of control. When is it you discover yourself. Who are you. Who am I? http://nadiascola.tumblr.com/
Rebecca Wild specializes in the technique of scanography, resulting in work that is both experimental and spontaneous. Rebecca has endeavoured to amalgamate notions of paint, photography, art, dramatic colour and abstraction to create art consisting of dynamic consequences, whilst allowing for each canvas to remain beautifully distinctive in its own right.
Emma Coates is a film student from Manchester, currently in her final year studying TV and Film Production.
Livvy Cosh is 21, was born and raised in New Zealand and has traveller’s itch, two cats and couldn’t not write if she had to.
Amy Dowler Northumbria University Student. From Cumbria and likes old movies.
Don Fredd D. E. Fredd, a college professor, lives in Townsend, Massachusetts. He has had over one hundred and fifty short stories, poems and essays published in literary reviews and journals.
Howie Good, a journalism professor at SUNY New Paltz, is the author of the new poetry collection, Dreaming in Red, from Right Hand Pointing. All proceeds from the sale of the book go to a crisis center, which you can read about here: https://sites.google.com/site/rhplanding/howie-good-dreaming-in-red. He is also the author of numerous chapbooks, including most recently The Devil’s Fuzzy Slippers from Flutter Press. He has two more chapbooks forthcoming, Personal Myths from Writing Knights Press and Fog Area from Dog on a Chain Press.
Daniel Glen Hinds is currently an undergraduate at Newcastle University. He was shortlisted for the NCLA Water Poetry Competition and came runner up (twice!) in the Young Adult Category.
Lilian Leader is a novice poet and short fiction author from North Carolina. She requires cats, coffee, and chocolate to write effectively.
Rowan McCabe is a journalist, poet and short story writer. He currently muses on the boundaries invented by the human race and eats egg mayonnaise sandwiches. Check him out on YouTube and at www.theoriginalrowanmccabe.wordpress.com.
Lucy Menzies is a 21 year old Teessider, currently writing about the North, old ladies and her own mishaps.
Jenni Reay is a book/cake/grunge lover and mother of two, from the North East of England. She enjoys drinking sticky-sweet cocktails, walking her stinky puppy Eric on the amazingly beautiful beaches near her home, and makes a mean white-chocolate-peanut-butter brownie.
Allie Weatherbee is a 21-year-old artist, poet, musician and explorer, who spends her free time managing a cafe in Guelph, Ontario, Canada.
Jessica Wright is a poet, a translator, an editor and an occasional nanny, currently based in Stourbridge, England, where she runs a writing group and works in a charity bookshop.