Laura Engel-Sahr

Laura Engel-Sahr

Laura Engel-Sahr was adopted by Libby Libbinski, a Rhodesian Ridgeback mix, with assistance from Peppertree Rescue, a volunteer organization that rescues dogs from New York City animal shelters.   Libby served as the creative consultant and inspiration for her book. Laura lived most of her life near Albany, New York and she now resides near Las Vegas,Read more about Laura Engel-Sahr[…]

Greg Quiery

Greg Quiery

Greg Quiery – a native of county Down – was a community worker in Belfast during the early years of the troubles before coming to Liverpool in the 1970s. In Liverpool Greg worked for the Simon Community, before becoming a youth worker, secondary school teacher, and Head of Liverpool’s Virtual School ( the education serviceRead more about Greg Quiery[…]

Laura Voivodeship

Laura Voivodeship

Laura Voivodeship was born twice in rural West Yorkshire. While faking her way through higher education she worked as a bookseller, a waitress, an artist’s model, an analogue shredder and a curator of horses, among other, less notable positions. She mainly writes erasures and sestinas, while masquerading as a teacher in the Middle East. Her poetryRead more about Laura Voivodeship[…]

Becca Miles

Becca Miles

Becca Miles, biologist – turned – creative writer, has been published in anthology More Exhibitionism, Dream Catcher and British Fantasy Society magazine Horizons. Becca is an active participant in LARP (Live action role play) and occasionally her LARP roles overflow into her poetry. We also have her a performance she gave at York’s unique PoetryRead more about Becca Miles[…]

Chris Taylor

Chris Taylor

Chris Taylor has had a lifelong obsession with how to change the world. This began when a school friend persuaded him to join an anti-racism march at the age of 15. He’s been involved in movements for change ever since, learning from each one. Chris is a poet, facilitator and coach. He teaches tai chi,Read more about Chris Taylor[…]

Graham Clews

Graham Clews

Born in York, England, in 1942, Graham emigrated to Canada in 1956 with his family and met his wife Marie in high school. They were married in 1963 and have three children, and six grand children. Graham articled in Edmonton with one of the root firms of KPMG, and obtained the professional designation of CharteredRead more about Graham Clews[…]