Kate Noakes is a founding member of ParisLitUp, a community that brings together the various anglophone literary projects in Paris. Her recent books are Cape Town (Eyewear Publishing, 2012) and I-spy and Shanty(corrupt press, 2013). Her poems have appeared in, among others, The Wolf, Poetry Salzburg Review, Tears in the Fence, South, and Seam.
Sue Chenette, a classical pianist and poet, grew up in northern Wisconsin, lives in Toronto, and spends time in Paris whenever she can. She is an editor for the Canadian press Brick Books, and co-editor of the anthology Cry Uncle (Aeolus Press). Her books includeSlender Human Weight (Guernica Editions, 2009), long-listed for the ReLit Award, and The Bones of his Being(Guernica Editions, 2012), as well as 3 chapbooks.
Jonathan Wonham works in Paris as a geologist. His first book of poetry is Steel Horizon: Poems of the North Sea published by Incline Press in 2013. The book is illustrated with linocut prints made by Nick Wonham, his brother. Jonathan has also contributed to several anthologies including Faber’s Poetry Introduction 7, Future Welcome (Moosehead Press, Canada) and NewWriting Scotland.
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