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Dele Oladeji is a MA Student in Creative Writing. He has been publshed by The Big Issue Magazine.
Rae Gellel lives in Greenwich, South East London, and fits writing around work in the charity sector. She has been published with Alarmist Magazine, Words With Jam, One Green Planet, among others.
Sajidah Iqbal lives at Walthamstow, London. She is interested in writing short stories and poetry.
Morghan Nunn-Menson gets his family name from his Ghanaian father and English mother. When he’s not in the library studying he can be found in his room or wandering the streets of London trying to work out what it is he’s just studied. He enjoys seeing projects come together and the symmetry of nature, both seen and unseen. It is his hope that he may lend a hand in a unifying theory of non-sense.
John Philip Gething is originally from Scranton, Pennsylvania, but is now based in the UK. His chosen genre is poetry.
Kristian Dennett is Sheffield born and London reborn. He specialises in Queer writing; focusing on screenplays and articles with LGBTQ themes.
Bob Boyton is a writer and performer. You can find details of Bob’ s novel here.
Emily Rath is from Denver, Colorado. She writes fantasy fiction and poetry.
Naseema Khanom was born and brought up in Yorkshire and now has moved to London. She writes poetry, short stories, and has been published on series of fashion magazines online.
Rod O’Sullivan: The Group’s elder statesman, whose prime area of endeavour is writing children’s fiction. He writes extensively on environmental issues and is a recognised authority on the environmental effects of salmon farming.
Namya Naresh is a writer from India, taking on the city of London as her bottomless source of inspiration. She writes short fiction, poetry and is working on her first novel. She strives to create a beautiful blend of reality and fiction within the pages of her writing.