Send us your work, your words and your soul:
Claire Trévien (main enquiries, printed poetry): firstname.lastname@example.org
Claire published her first pamphlet of poetry, Low-Tide Lottery with Salt Publishing. She has also published an e-chapbook of poetry, Patterns of Decay, her first collection will be published by Penned in the Margins in 2013. Outside of poetry, Claire Trévien completed a doctorate in 2012, on spectacle in prints of the French Revolution.You can find out more on her website.
Richard T. Watson (fiction): email@example.com
James Webster (slam and performance poetry): firstname.lastname@example.org
Webster is a performance poet, gigging around London, Oxford and Coventry, some of his poetry can be found here and tweets poetry at @websterpoet. He is also the only poet in the UK who will text poetry directly to your mobile for free if you email him your name and number here (email@example.com). He loves words, socialism and you. In that order.
Lindsey Holland: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lindsey finished an MA in Writing at the University of Warwick several years ago. Her poetry and reviews have appeared in various magazines and anthologies and her pamphlet, Particle Soup, is due out later this year. She’s the chair and founder member of North West Poets. She’s also a photographer although she’s trying to beat that addiction. When not being poetic, she’s usually either eating soup or chasing her dog. She tweets at @LindseyHolland
Ian Chung graduated in 2011 with a BA (Hons) in English Literature and Creative Writing from the University of Warwick, where he is presently pursuing an MA in English Literature. Besides Sabotage, he also reviews for Drunken Boat, Rum & Reviews Magazine, and The Cadaverine, where he is also a Fiction Editor. He edits Eunoia Review, an online literary journal, tweets at @ianweiqiang and blogs here.
Afric is an Irish-African hybrid (if you count nature/nurture equally), now living in Kinsale. Her first collection will be published by Salmon next year. The latest Hennessy Poetry Award winner, she finds that life is suddenly very poetic. When not writing or reviewing poems, she is tutoring poetry online.