Contributors to Poetry Salzburg Review T

HARRIET TARLO wrote her PhD on the modernist poet H.D. She now teaches English and Creative Writing at the University of Leeds. Her books of poetry include Nab (Etruscan, 2005), Poems 1990-2003 (Shearsman, 2004) and LoveLand (REM Press, 2003). She also writes critical and review essays on modernist and contemporary poets. [PSR 11]

NATHANIEL TARN, born Paris 1928, educated Cambridge, Sorbonne, Yale, Chicago, L.S.E. & S.O.A.S (London) is a poet, translator (Neruda, Segalen, etc.), critic, editor (Founding Editor Cape Editions & Cape Goliard, London, the Sixties), anthropologist (Highland Maya, S.E. Asia, etc.), and Professor Emeritus with some 35 books and lesser publications in his various disciplines. Recent are: Selected Poems 1950-2000 (Wesleyan UP, 2002), The Embattled Lyric: Essays & Conversations in Poetics & Anthropology (Stanford UP, 2007), and Ins & Outs of the Forest Rivers (New Directions, 2008). [PSR 17]

ALEC TAYLOR left his native Liverpool to read Classics at Leeds University. He spent his working life teaching Latin and related subjects. Now retired, he and his wife live in Paignton, Devon. His verse has appeared in several poetry journals, in particular in Acumen, which has also published a pamphlet of his shorter poems, Identity Theft, in 2012. [PSR 21] [PSR 24]

RICK TAYLOR keeps his head down in Canada. His work has appeared in many magazines, among them The Journal, Canadian Literature, The Dalhousie Review and The Malahat Review. The Proximity of Thieves, a chapbook, will be released this year. [PSR 6]

SUSAN TAYLOR lives on Dartmoor. Her recent collections are This Given (Paper Dart Press, 2015) and A Small Wave for Your Form (Oversteps Books, 2012). She co-edits the poetry journal The Broadsheet and runs Café Culture, a monthly cabaret of spoken word and music in Totnes. [PSR 28]

TOON TELLEGEN, born in 1941, is one of Holland's best known poets. In 2007 he received three prestigious prizes, two of which were for his entire œuvre. He is a prolific children's book writer and novelist, and his poetic animal stories are extremely popular among both children and adults. The poems printed in this issue are from the collection Raptors [Raafvogels] which will be published by Carcanet in February 2011. [PSR 9] [PSR 14] [PSR 18]

SUSAN TEPPER is a poet, fiction writer and essayist, with work appearing in American Letters & Commentary, Salt Hill, Green Mountains Review, Boston Review, New Millennium Writings and many other publications. In 2006, Cervena Barva Press published her poetry collection Blue Edge. [PSR 12]

MARK TERRILL shipped out of San Francisco as a merchant seaman to the Far East and beyond, studied and spent time with Paul Bowles in Tangier, Morocco, and has lived in Germany since 1984, where he has worked as a shipyard welder, road manager for rock bands, cook, and postal worker. His most recent collections of poetry are The Salvador-Dalai-Lama Express (Main Street Rag, 2009) and Laughing Butcher Berlin Blues (Poetry Salzburg, 2010). [PSR 12] [PSR 17] [PSR 27]

CHARLES F. THIELMAN was raised in Charleston, S.C., and Chicago, educated at red-bricked colleges, and on Chicago's streets. He has worked as a youth counselor, truck driver, city bus driver, and enthused bookstore clerk. [PSR 21]

CASSANDRA QUINN THOMAS is a freelance writer whose poems appeared in Pen Women Magazine and Riverrun. She holds an MAT in Southwest Studies from Colorado College. [PSR 25]

MICHAEL W. THOMAS is an Irish-British poet, novelist, and dramatist. His work has appeared in, among others, The Antioch Review, The Black Mountain Review, Grain, Irish University Review, Magazine Six, Other Poetry, and Stand. His collections are God's Machynlleth and Other Poems (Flarestack, 1996) and Port Winston Mulberry (Littlejohn and Bray, 2010). [PSR 17] [PSR 19] [PSR 24]

ROBIN THOMAS has had poems accepted by Agenda, Brittle Star, Envoi, Orbis, Paragram, Pennine Platform, and The High Window. His pamphlet, A Fury of Yellow, was published by Eyewear in November 2016. A collection of his poetry will be published by Cinnamon Press in early 2018. [PSR 31]

TONI THOMAS's poems have appeared in numerous literary magazines including Prairie Schooner, the minnesota review, Hayden's Ferry Review, Notre Dame Review, North Dakota Quarterly, Poetry East, Gingko Tree Review, Slipstream, and Lake Effect. She lives in Oregon. [PSR 18]

MEL C. THOMPSON is a retired security guard who was born in Los Angeles County, California, and got his BA in Philosophy from Cal State Fullerton. He was the publisher of Blue Beetle Press and Cyborg Productions. [PSR 18]

PAM THOMPSON is based in Leicester and has been published in Magma, Mslexia, The North, The Rialto, and The Interpreter’s House. She has a PhD in Creative Writing from De Montfort University and is one of the organisers of Word!, the longest running spoken-word, open-mic night in the Midlands which takes place at the Y Theatre. Her second collection, Strange Fashion, is forthcoming from Pindrop Press at the end of the year. [PSR 31]

DAVID THORNBRUGH, born in Japan in 1950, is an American poet based in Seattle, Washington. He has lived in Japan, Poland, and South Korea. He works as a freelance editor. [PSR 20]

MICHAEL THORP is an artist and writer, who in 1987 founded the journal and small press CLOUD. He was born in Malvern in 1961 and now lives in Berwick upon Tweed. He has recently published two selections of prose poems written over a period of 12 years: Prayer Poems and Ghost Thoughts: or Reasons for Silence, both published by Desert Garden Samizdat, Berwick upon Tweed in 2007. [PSR 9] [PSR 14]

SCOTT THURSTON lectures at the University of Salford and has published widely on innovative poetry. He is editor of The Radiator, a journal of poetics, and edited The Salt Companion to Geraldine Monk (Salt, 2007). His most recent book is Momentum (Shearsman, 2008). [PSR 3] [PSR 4] [PSR 5] [PSR 6] [PSR 7] [PSR 9] [PSR 15]

N. ANNE HIGHLANDS TILEY, born 1952 in the USA, is a poet whose work has or will be published in Art Times, Abiko, Orbis and elsewhere. [PSR 7]

LEON TITCHE, Professor Emeritus of Literature at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, USA, has published three books of poetry: Reflections from a Desert Pond (Century Press, 1998), Abishag's Lament (2000), and A Pavilion for the Sun (2001, both Edwin Mellen Press). [PSR 15]

HSIEN MIN TOH read English at Keble College, Oxford, where he was also President of the Oxford University Poetry Society. He has published two collections of poetry, Iambus (UNIPress, 1994) and The Enclosure of Love (Landmark, 2001). He is the editor of Quarterly Literary Review Singapore. His work has been published in periodicals such as Acumen, Atlanta Review, London Magazine, London Review of Books, Oxford Poetry, 91st Meridian and Poetry Ireland Review. [PSR 9] [PSR 10] [PSR 12]

JEANIE TOMANEK was born in 1949 in New York. She began painting full time in 2001 and now lives in Marietta, Georgia. Her work is in private and public collections throughout the United States and has been used to illustrate many magazines and books. She is also a published poet. The collage elements in the work "My Sister's Keeper" were created by her sister, folk artist, Mary Ann Robinson. [PSR 12]

DAVID TOMS has had work published previously in Trespass, Default, Möbius, and Working Papers in Irish Studies. He has work forthcoming in past simple. He is in the final year of his BA at University College, Cork. [PSR 15]

RAYMOND TONG worked for many years for The British Council in South America, India and the Middle East. He has published a number of educational books and a travel book about Nigeria. He has also produced nine collections of poems, the most recent being Crossing the Border (Hodder & Stoughton), Selected Poems (Robert Hale), and Returning Home (University of Salzburg). [PSR 3]

RICHARD TOOVEY is an architect and translator living in Berlin, where he runs a writing group and assists with the city's 'Poetry Hearings' festival. His poetry has been published in Agenda, Fire, The Frogmore Papers, Iota, Orbis, Smiths Knoll, Staple, and Terrible Work. [PSR 16] [PSR 30]

ANGELA TOPPING writes poetry for both adults and children. She is the author of four solo collections, the most recent being The New Generation (Salt, 2010). In 2011, three chapbooks are out: I Sing of Bricks (Salt), Catching On, an elegiac sequence for Matt Simpson (Rack Press), and The Lightfoot Letters (Erbacce). She also writes critical books and textbooks on literary texts for OUP and Greenwich Exchange. [PSR 20]

ALYSON TORNS graduated from Luton University with a BA in Creative Writing. She has had poems published in Poetry London, The Interpreter's House, Fire, The Wolf, Neon Highway and Tears in the Fence. Her most recent publication is From the Lost Property Office: A Quartet for Pessoa (Hearing Eye, 2006). She works as a tennis coach in Hertfordshire. [PSR 2] [PSR 6] [PSR 10] [PSR 12] [PSR 16]

MARK TOTTERDELL lives in Devon. He returned to poetry in 2010 after many years away from it. Since then his poems have appeared in many magazines including Agenda, Ambit, and Stand. His first collection This Patter of Traces was published by Oversteps Books in 2014. [PSR 27]

GEORGE TOULOUPAS is currently a shoemaker in Piraeus, Greece. He owes much to David Miller's and Robert Lax's guidance and friendship. Together with David Miller he helps run Kater Murr's Press. [PSR 6]

GEORG TRAKL (1887-1914), Austrian Expressionist poet. Ludwig von Ficker, editor of Der Brenner, regularly published his poems. Finally achieved success with the decision of Kafka's publisher Kurt Wolff to publish a collection of his poetry in 1913. Drafted into the Austrian army with the arrival of war in August 1914 as a Lieutenant with the Austrian Medical Corps. Assigned to a hospital in Poland in November 1914 in the wake of the Battle of Grodek, Trakl found himself required to care single-handedly for some 90 men, a task which broke him emotionally. He committed suicide via a cocaine overdose on 3/4 November 1914. Dark Seasons (Broken Jaw Press 1994; transl. Robin Skelton), Poems and Prose (Libris, 2001; transl. Alexander Stillmark), A Profile (Carcanet, 1984, transl. Michael Hamburger). [PSR 4]

DAVIDE TRAME is an Italian author who lives in Venice and teaches English outside the city. His poems have appeared in South, Orbis, Books Ireland, and Flaming Arrow. [PSR 3]

JUNE TRETHEWEY, the daughter of a china-clay worker, was born in the little village of Trethosa in Cornwall. She studied English at Exeter University and then worked as a teacher. [PSR 21]

CLAIRE TRÉVIEN is a twenty-five-year-old PhD student at Warwick University. Her writing has been published or is forthcoming in The Warwick Review, Nthposition, Pomegranate, The Battered Suitcase, Danse Macabre, and Spilling Ink Review. [PSR 19]

KIM TRIEDMAN is a graduate of Brown University. She has been published in The Aurorean, The New Writer, ByLine Magazine, The Journal, Poetry Monthly, Current Accounts, IF Poetry Journal, and Trespass Magazine. [PSR 14]

JOHN T. TRIGONIS is a graduate of Brooklyn College with an MFA degree in Creative Writing specializing in poetry. Currently, he is teaching Creative Writing courses, and poetry workshops as an adjunct instructor at William Paterson and Fairleigh Dickinson Universities, as well as New Jersey City University. His work has been published in The Main Street Rag, Harpur Palate, Iodine Poetry Journal, The Homestead Review, The California Quarterly, Iota, First Time, Splizz, Barbaric Yawp, The Brooklyn Review, and Soul Fountain. [PSR 18]

PAUL TRISTRAM is a Welsh writer who now lives on the Southern coast of Britain. His poems, short stories, and sketches were published in many publications around the world. [PSR 26]

JULIET TROY is studying Creative Writing at the University of Bedfordshire. She lives in St. Albans. [PSR 14]

STEPHEN TROYANOVICH is a correctional educator, freelance journalist, and editor. His poetry has appeared in many diverse publications including Arabesques Review, Treaders of Starlight, Broken Streets, Blue Unicorn, and The Wormwood Review. He is the author of Dream Dealers and Other Shadows (Triton Press, 1978). [PSR 16]

AMY TRUSSELL's poetry has been published extensively in journals such as The Prague Revue, The New Orleans Review, and The 33 Review. Online her work has been published in The Electric Acorn, Big Bridge, Nth Position, Literary Salt, and others. She has performed her dance-poetry in many venues in the USA, including Zeitgeist Theater and Loyola University. Currently she is working on an extended piece of collaborative poetry with A. di Michele, Ungulations. She is also the author, with Donna Kuhn, of Unexplained Cloth of Dance, a chapbook of poetry and collage (Blue Sushi Press, 2003). [PSR 6]

MARINA TSVETAEVA (1892-1941) is one of the greatest poets of Russia's Silver Age of Poetry. She became an émigré in 1922 but, due to family pressure, returned to Russia at the onset of the war with Hitler. Suffering extreme depression and financial hardship she committed suicide in Elabuga on 31 August 1941. [PSR 12]

KEITH TUMA is the author of Fishing by Obstinate Isles: Modern and Contemporary British Poetry and American Readers (Northwestern UP, 1998) and the editor of Anthology of Twentieth-Century British and Irish Poetry (Oxford UP, 2001). His essays on British, Irish, American, and Anglophone poetry have appeared in journals including Chicago Review, Contemporary Literature, Criticism, Modernism/Modernity, The Journal, and American Book Review. His poems and performance texts have appeared in journals including Chicago Review, Notre Dame Review, Open Letter, The Gig, nth position, Flights, and Famous Reporter. [PSR 5] [PSR 15]

GAEL TURNBULL's most recent collections are Transmutations (Shoestring Press, 1997) and Might a Shape of Words (Mariscat Press, 2000). He was born in Edinburgh - in 1928 - where he now lives after many years in England, Canada and the United States. [PSR 3]

ANDREW TURNER is somewhere in his thirties and somewhere in Somerset, UK. He is a care worker and poet. He also teaches and lectures in creative writing. His poems have previously appeared in Envoi, Magma, Poetry Wales, and Two Thirds North. [PSR 30]

SIMON TURNER's work has previously appeared in Tears in the Fence, The Wolf, nthposition, Dusie, and The London Magazine. His collections are You Are Here (Heaventree, 2007) and Difficult Second Album (Nine Arches, 2010). [PSR 16] [PSR 19]

PETER TURRINI (born 1944) is an Austrian playwright. Born in Carinthia, Turrini has been writing since 1971, when his play Rozznjogd premiered at the Volkstheater, Vienna. He is known for his social critical and provocative homeland plays. A versatile author, he has written plays, screenplays, poems, and essays. His works have been translated into many languages and his plays have been performed worldwide. He lives in Vienna and Retz, Lower Austria. Works: Rozznjogd (1971), Sauschlachten (1972), the TV series Alpensaga (1974-79), Minderleister (1988), Bei Einbruch der Dunkelheit (2005). Available in English translation: Shooting Rats, Other Plays and Poems (Ariadne, 1996). [PSR 12]

FRANCIS TURTON was born in Yorkshire in 1969 and currently lives in Cambridge, where he works as a technical writer for a telecommunications software company. His poems have appeared in numerous British magazines including The Frogmore Papers, The Rialto and Other Poetry. [PSR 10]

DONALD L. TUTHILL is a Stanford graduate and taught both English and Humanities at Valencia Community College in Orlando, Florida, for thirteen years, was designated a Senior Teaching Fellow, and is now retired. He is also a former Army Staff Sergeant and retired Navy Commander. He has recently brought out his first volume of poetry, Waiting for Spring (Watermark, 2003). [PSR 7]

JULIAN TUWIM (1894-1953) was one of the great poets of inter-war and post-war Poland. Born in Lódz into an assimilated Polish-Jewish family, he spent the war years in South America and the USA. After the war he returned to communist Poland. He was the author of lyric, erotic and satirical verse, Socrates tanczacy (1919, "Dancing Socrates"), Biblia cyganska (1933, "The Gypsy Bible"), Bal w operze (1946, "The Opera Ball"), and Kwiaty polskie (1949, "Polish Flowers"). [PSR 10]

PAVLO TYCHYNA (1891-1967) was a major Ukrainian poet. His initial work had strong connections to the symbolist literary movement, but his style transformed a number of times during his long career and frequently aped the acceptable socialist realism. He survived the terror of the Soviet regime by writing collections of hideous Stalinist doggerel. In later years as the political climate relaxed he was able to rediscover his talent and produce work which was both supreme poetry and acceptable to the regime. His collections include Sonyachni klarnety [Solar Clarinets] (1918), Pluh [The Plough] (1920), Zamist sonetiv i octav [Instead of Sonnets and Octaves] (1920), and Viter z Ukrainy [The Wind from Ukraine] (1924). [PSR 13] [PSR 16]

DEBORAH TYLER-BENNETT lives in Loughborough and edits the journal The Coffee House. Her most recent collection is Pavilion (Smokestack, 2010), her first was Clark Gable in Mansfield (King's England, 2003), and her Selected Poems are in Take Five (Shoestring, 2003). Her latest collection is Revudeville (King's England, 2011). [PSR 5] [PSR 19] [PSR 21]