Mukul Dahal

Born and brought up in Nepal, Mukul is a poet, translator and editor. He edits a literary quarterly Pen Himalaya ( He has a book of poems titled Seemateet Seemanta originally written in Nepali. His poetry has appeared at home and abroad. Currently, he lives in Swansea, UK.

Nabeel Assurori

Born in 1965 in Taiz, and died in 1997 in Sana’a – Yemen

Nandini Sahu

Nandini Sahu is a poet and a creative writer of international repute; she has been widely published in India, U.S.A, and Pakistan. She is the author/editor of five books. Presently, she is a Reader in English in Indira Gandhi National Open University [IGNOU], New Delhi, India.

Naomi Nkealah

Naomi Nkealah has a PhD in African Literature from the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. She has published widely on various subjects, including gender, xenophobia and human rights. Her articles have appeared in South African journals such as the English Academy Review and Tydskrif vir Letterkunde ( Journal of Literature). She has also contributed chapters to various books published internationally. Besides working for the English Academy of Southern Africa, she writes short stories and poems which have appeared in various magazines, journals and anthologies.

Orania Hamilton

Orania Hamilton has been nominated for the Pushcart Poetry Award – in 2005, 2006 and in 2007, in addition, having won several first prizes for poetry, she has been published in a number of literary magazines and anthologies, on line and hard copy, in the USA, England, Greece and Sweden. In October of 2007, her book of poetry collections “Cries of the Soul” was released by Water Forest Press.

Pamela A. Macbean

Pamela A. Macbean lives in the North Country of New Hampshire, USA. She’s recently been published on,, in A Hudson View & Skyline Review. She is the author of three books, “Postscripts in Time” by Foothills Publishing, “A Dalton View” by Wolfsong Publishing and her latest “In the Great North Woods” by Publish America. Pam especially enjoys writing about nature using metaphorical language and alliteration.

Patrick Tarumbwa

Patrick Tarumbwa was born and raised in Zimbabwe until the age of 18. He received his university education in Cape Town, South Africa, and is currently doing a Masters in Management at Stockholm University in Sweden.Tarumbwa is a poet who tries to capture all the facets of his life and experiences.

Patty Mager

Patty Mager is banker and investor, who has been writing poetry for ten years. Patty has been published in literary anthologies including The Elms, Literary House Review, Skyline Magazine, SpinningS Intense Tales, Sky Review, and Bottlecap Magazine.

Peter Horn

Peter Horn was born 1934 in Teplitz-Schönau in Czechia. He grew up in Bavaria and Freiburg in Breisgau before immigrating to South Africa. From 1974 to 1999 he was Professor of German in Cape Town. He is a well-known South African poet and short story writer.

Peter Magliocco

Peter Magliocco lives & works in Las Vegas, Nevada where he edits the lit-zine ART:MAG. He has poetry & fiction in several online/print places.
He received a Pushcart nomination in 2007 for excerpts from his novel transeXotica. His recent book of poetry & art, Ex Literotica, was published by Publish America (

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