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Peycho Kanev is the editor-in-chief of Kanev Books. His poetry collection Bone Silence was released in September 2010 by Desperanto. A new collection of his poetry, titled Requiem for One Night, will be published by SixteenFourteen this year. He has won several European awards for his poetry and was nominated for the Pushcart Award and Best of the Net. His poems have appeared in more than 900 literary magazines which include the Poetry Quarterly, Evergreen Review, Hawaii Review, Cordite Poetry Review, Sheepshead Review, The Coachella Review, Two Thirds North, Sierra Nevada Review and The Cleveland Review, among others.

At age 24 Aaron Kent has already established himself as one of Cornwall’s ‘30 Under 30’ – a list of 30 most promising people under 30 years of age in his native Cornwall, UK. He has performed at places such as Port Eliot, Hall for Cornwall and the Eden Project Café as well as attracting transatlantic praise from people such as Sage Francis and Adam Bradley. He has recently released his first EP of poetry put to music, An Atlas, which is available for free from

Lena Kovadlo’s family moved from Minsk, Belarus to New York City when she was nine and had no knowledge of the English language except for the word “No.” Shortly after learning English she turned into writing poetry, lyrics, short stories, fiction and non-fiction. Her poems have been published in several antholo- gies which, along with her lyrics, earned her Achievement in Poetry and Editor’s Choice awards, as well as other prizes on An author of seven books, most lately the poetry collection A Crimson Tide, she is a freelance writer for Hub Pages and other websites.

Born on New Year’s eve of 1954, Steven Curtis Lance describes himself as “the son of a hitman and the prettiest girl he ever saw.” Educated as a priest, he began writing poetry at age 15, and after listening to Beethoven suddenly decided to set his words into music and become a composer. He also worked as an a cap- pella specialist and a reviewer for the Choral Journal. Once he mentioned that his life “has shrunk down small in a way, while in another reaching out through the universe.” According to him he now writes poetry exclusively, “disappointed by the church and church music and finding myself at my end as at my beginning, a poet.”

Steven is currently writing his “(work in progress…)” which he dedicates to his Laughing Daffodil.

Nick Lisgaris was born in the Greek island of Kalymnos in the Aegean Sea, but now divides his time between Greece and the United States. He has been writing poetry as a contributor for He writes “with freedom avoiding the tyranny of the language.”

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