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An international group of writers and artists 
represent their work here.  

Please click on the names below to view their artwork,  writing, cv, press reviews, web links, biography and full publication details.

Should you wish to contact any of them, an e-mail is provided on their individual pages. 


Orient Express, a new magazine edited by Fiona Sampson
Orient Express - the only periodical in English specialising in the literatures of the entire E.U. Enlargement region. From the Baltic States to the Balkans, Central Europe to Turkey: in fiction, poetry, prose and photo-essays.


Eva George Szirtes delivered the TS Eliot lecture on 23 November 2005. You may read the lecture on the Poetry Library site.

Eva Salzman judged the 2005 New Ventures competition 
with Andrew Motion and Jacob Polley

George Szirtes judged the 2005 Foyle Young Poets of the Year Award with Colette Bryce

Fiona Sampson is editor of the UK's
Poetry Review; her first issue was Summer 2005

2005 Publications

A bi-lingual book of Ruth Fainlight's poems, Plumas (Feathers),  was published by Editorial 'El Tucan de Virginia'.

The Distance Between Us, by Fiona Sampson, 
published by Seren Books

Double Crossing: New & Selected Poems, by Eva Salzman, published by Bloodaxe  - A Poetry Book Society Recommendation

REEL, by George Szirtes, published by Bloodaxe

SANCTUARY, by Matthew Sweeney, published by Jonathan Cape

Hotel Casino: chapbook  by Fiona Sampson, 
published by Aark Publications

A Fine Line: New Poetry from Enlargement Europe: edited by Fiona Sampson with Jean Boase-Beier and Alexandra Buchler, published by Arc

An English Nazareth
By Martyn Crucefix, published by Enitharmon Press

By Lois Hirshkowitz, published by 
Barrow Street Press

Spiritual Letters (I-II) and other writings
By David Miller, published by Reality Street Editions

 Zaharregia, txikiegia agian / Una manera de mirar / Too Old, Too Small, Maybe, a trilingual CD-book by the Basque poet Kirmen Uribe and cantautor Mikel Urdangarin and others - English translation by Elizabeth Macklin

Patuvachki Dnevnik (Travel Diary), by Fiona Sampson: 
in Macedonian, published by Knixevna Akademia, Macedonia

Creative Writing in Health and Social Care, edited by Fiona Sampson, published by Jessica Kingsley




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