B. S. Eliud Acrewe is an American poet and literary critic who sold his soul to England, like Henry James or T. S. Eliot. His favorite popular music came from the British invasion. His friends include poets Wilude Scabere and Basil Drew Eseu, and critics Lew Icarus Bede and Wilbur Dee Case.
Allen Ashley is the judge for the annual British Fantasy Society Short Story Competition. His most recent book is as editor of "Sensorama: Stories of the Senses" (Eibonvale Press, 2015) and his next book will be as editor of "Creeping Crawlers" (Shadow Publishing, 2015). His legendary Slipstream novel "The Planet Suite" is due to be reprinted by Eibonvale Press within the next six months. Allen works as a writing tutor with several groups running across north London including Clockhouse London Writers.
Gary Budgen grew up and still lives in London, UK. As well as stories in Sein und Werden he has had fiction published in anthologies such as Sensorama, Where are We Going?; After the Fall and Fugue. He has also been published in magazines like Interzone, Dark Horizons, Morpheus Tales, M-Brane SF, and Theaker's Quarterly. He has an MA in Creative Writing from Middlesex University and is a member of London Clockhouse Writers. He can be found at: https://garybudgen.wordpress.com/
Mark Carew is a university lecturer and scientist. He writes in his spare time. His short stories have appeared in print and online and can be read at: markcarew.wordpress.com
Clockhouse London Writers was formed in October 2012 by Allen Ashley. Clockhouse London Writers is an advanced writing group dedicated to writing short fiction within the broad science fiction / fantasy / horror / slipstream fields. The group - collectively or individually - have achieved a huge number of publishing credits since its formation. Several collaborations have been featured in previous issues of "Sein und Werden", including "Mappa Mundi" and "Theatro Diabolorum". Check out: http://clockhouselondonwriters.wordpress.com/
Please address any membership enquiries to Allen at email@example.com
B. Drew Collier still listens to--and enjoys--Billy Idol, even after cataloging the lyrics of six solo albums, from which preliminary research indicates that Billy is far more into love, eyes and dancing than sex, flesh or the devil.
Helen Frank is an artist and sometimes writer who, from her studio in the north of England, is a postal member of the Oupeinpo. www.helenfrank-who.blogspot.com
Daniel W. Galef was born and raised in Oxford, and writes from McGill University, Montreal. His poetry, prose, humor, and photography have appeared in such publications as the Light Quarterly, New York, and Comparative Literature, among others (a full list is available at the exchequer's office: include with your fifteen cents a self-addressed, stamped envelope). He also tweets from @DanielGalef, but don't even bother following him, unless, that is, you're not particularly susceptible to reverse psychology.
Mark Hastings spent the first 2 years of his working life as a librarian at an intellectual newspaper where headlines included the classic 'Aliens turned my son into a fish finger' and has now spent the last 20 years as a University serials librarian dealing with Parking News, Knitting International and Sexually Transmitted Diseases. These are all journal titles, not personal afflictions.
Anthony Howe is an American kinetic sculptor who creates wind-driven sculptures resembling pulsing, alien creatures and vortices. See more of his work at http://www.howeart.net/
Rhys Hughes has been writing most of his life. His first book was published twenty years ago and his most recent collection of stories, MIRRORS IN THE DELUGE, is his thirty-second volume. His next book, THE MILLION WORD STORYBOOK, is the longest single author collection in publishing history. His blog can be found at: http://rhysaurus.blogspot.co.uk/
Diana Magallón is a mexican artist, cipollinaaaaa.blogspot.com
Denny E. Marshall has had art, poetry, and fiction published. One recent credit is poetry in The Literary Hatchet #12 August 2015. See more at www.dennymarshall.com
Christopher Mulrooney (1956 - 2015) was the author of toy balloons (Another New Calligraphy), alarm (Shirt Pocket Press), Rimbaud (Finishing Line Press), supergrooviness (Lost Angelene), and Buson orders leggings (Dink Press).
Toti O'Brien is an artist born in Rome and living in Los Angeles. Her work has been exhibited in group and solo shows in the US and in Europe since 1994. http://totihan.net/artist.html
Ken Poyner has lately been seen in "Analog", "Café Irreal", "Cream City Review", "The Journal of Microliterature", "Blue Collar Review", and many wonderful places. His latest book of short fiction, "Constant Animals', is available from his web, www.kpoyner.com, and from www.amazon.com. He is married to Karen Poyner, one of the world's premier power lifters, and holder of more than a dozen current world power lifting records. They are the parents of four rescue cats, and two energetic fish.
Ken W Simpson is an Australian poet whose latest collection, Patterns of Perception, was published last January by Augur Press (UK) and a new collection is soon to be published by Austin Macauley Publishers Ltd. He lives with his family at Lysterfield, a suburb of Melbourne, in the state of Victoria.
Douglas Thompson's first book, Ultrameta, was published by Eibonvale Press in August 2009, nominated for the Edge Hill Prize, and shortlisted for the BFS Best Newcomer Award, and since then he has published seven subsequent novels: Sylvow (Eibonvale Press, 2010), Apoidea (The Exaggerated Press, 2011). Mechagnosis (Dog Horn Publishing, 2012), Entanglement (Elsewhen Press, 2012), The Rhymer (Elsewhen Press, 2014), The Brahan Seer (Acair Books, 2014), Volwys (Dog Horn Publishing, 2014). His ninth book, The Sleep Corporation (collected short stories) will be published by The Exaggerated Press in October 2015. http://douglasthompson.wordpress.com/
David Turnbull is a writer of short fiction and a member of Clockhouse London Writers. His most recent works appear in 'Beware the Little White Rabbit' Leap Books, 'We Can Improve You' (Boo Books), 'Kitchen Sink Gothic' (Parallel Universe) and Devolution Z Magazine. www.tumsh.co.uk
Bill Wolak is a poet, photographer, and collage artist. He has just published his twelfth book of poetry entitled Love Opens the Hands with Nirala Press. Recently, he was a featured poet at The Hyderabad Literary Festival. Mr. Wolak teaches Creative Writing at William Paterson University in New Jersey.
Mark Young is the editor of Otoliths, lives in a small town in North Queensland in Australia, & has been publishing poetry for more than fifty-five years. His work has been widely anthologized, & his essays & poetry translated into a number of languages. He is the author of over thirty books, primarily poetry but also including speculative fiction & art history. A new collection of poems, Bandicoot habitat, is due out from gradient books of Finland later this year.