Emma Lee has published three poetry collections, ‘Ghosts in the Desert’ (Indigo Dreams Publishing 2015), ‘Mimicking a Snowdrop’ (Thynks Press, 2014) and ‘Yellow Torchlight and the Blues’ (Original Plus, 2004). She reviews for The Journal, London Grip and Sabotage Reviews and blogs at http://emmalee1.wordpress.com. Emma was co-editor on “Welcome to Leicester” (Dahlia Publishing, 2016) and “Over Land Over Sea: poems for those seeking refuge” (Five Leaves, 2015).
Rob Bray is an ex teacher and school leader. He has come home to a first love of writing and is currently working on a YA novel and literary short stories. Both fatal.
Mary Byrne has published short stories and poems and is currently writing a historical novel. She is an artist as well as a writer. She exhibits widely and is a committee member of Artspace Loughborough.
Also on the Committee:
– Judith Cooper
– Michelle Houghton
– Siobhan Logan
Siobhan Logan’s prose/poetry collections Firebridge to Skyshore: A Northern Lights Journey and Mad, Hopeless and Possible: Shackleton’s Endurance Expedition are both published by Original Plus Press. They have been performed at venues including the British Science Museum, National Space Centre, Ledbury Poetry Festival and British Science Festival. Between a teaching day-job, she writes, blogs, reviews, mentors other writers, offers workshops, performs, gives talks and writes some more. In 2014 she led a digital residency for WEM on the Unknown Soldier. Aside from WW1, her latest obsession is space: the race, the rockets, the final frontier…