Elbow Room Volume Twelve

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Elbow Room Volume Twelve

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Elbow Room Volume Twelve was first published in March 2016. Copies of the limited first edition are still available to buy. Volume Twelve includes poetry, prose, photography and sculpture.

Grant Tarbard is the former editor of The Screech Owl, co-founder of Resurgant Press, and currently a poetry reader for Three Drops From A Cauldron. He is the author of the poetry collection As I Was Pulled Under the Earth (Lapwing Publications), as well as the chap- book Yellow Wolf (Writing Knights Press).  His work hasfeatured in numerous journals: The Black Light Engine Room, The Black Sheep Journal, Elbow Room, The Fat Damsel, Ginosko Literary Journal, The Golden Key, HARK, Miracle, Playerist, The Rialto, The Seventh Quarry, Southlight, Zymbol, amongst others. 

Stephen Bone’s work has appeared in various publications in the U.K. and U.S. including Ink, Sweat & Tears, Shotglass, Smiths Knoll, The Interpreter’s House and The Rialto among others. First collection In The Cinema, published Playdead Press 2014.

www.playdeadpress.com

Juliet Bankes is based in rural North Oxfordshire, she studied Graphic Desgin and Illustration at de Montfort University (Banbury Campus) gaining a first class degree and went on to study for a Masters in Fine Art Printmaking at Camberwell College of Art (2015). Juliet has had work selected for the Summer Exhibition at The Royal Academy of Arts (2011) and had an artist’s book selected for the Tate Britain archive. At Camberwell College of Arts Juliet won the Alumni Prize as well as the prize awarded by The Artichoke Studio (Brixton), where she is currently working.  

www.julietbankes.co.uk

Andrew Wells is a writer based in Norwich whose work has been featured in Ink Sweat & Tears and HARK Magazine. He’s releasing a very short pamphletcalled ‘Jimmy Walks Unbended’ with Pyramid Editions at the end of 2016. He also co-edits Haverthorn Magazine.

Richard W. Strachan is an Edinburgh-based writer. He was shortlisted for the 2014 Bridport Prize, and has had stories in Causeway, New Writing Scotland, Gutter and Litro, amongst others, as well as on the Galley Beggar Press ‘Singles Club’ (forthcoming). He contributes regularly to The Herald, The List and The Scottish Review of Books, and in 2012 he was given a New Writer’s Award by the Scottish Book Trust. He writes a blog at richardwstrachan.com Born in Edinburgh, lives and works in London.

Mike Crawford is a photographer and specialist photographic printer working primarily in urban landscape and portraiture. His practice combines both analogue and digital techniques and has exhibited widely in the UK and abroad. Salt Islands will feature in a collaborative project he has curated titled Obsolete & Discontinued concerning a large collection of old photographic paper which was rescued from the darkroom of a late photographer. This was then distributed to over 50 photographers and artists to produce individual work showing the creative potential of such discarded and forgotten materials. 

www.mike-crawford.co.uk

Lewis Buxton is a poet, workshop leader and events producer. His poems have been shortlisted for the Corinium Museum Poetry Prize, won a judge’s commendation in the At War Poetry Competition and been published by Kumquat Poetry and Paper Swans Press. 

 

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