Contributors to Poetry Salzburg Review Q

KATHLEEN M. QUINLAN's first pamphlet is forthcoming from Cinnamon Press in 2015. Her poetry has appeared in Acumen, The Aurorean, Bloodroot Literary Magazine, Envoi, French Literary Review, Gargoyle, The Interpreter's House, Orbis, Prole, and Vermont Literary Review. An American, she immigrated to England in 2009 where she teaches at the University of Oxford. [PSR 26]

JUSTIN QUINN was born in Dublin in 1968 and since 1992 has lived in the Czech Republic, where he works at the University of West Bohemia. He has published six collections of poems, the latest being Early House (Gallery, 2015). He has published several studies of twentieth-century anglophone poetry and his translations of the Czech poet Bohuslav Reynek will appear in autumn 2016. [PSR 29]

TERENCEQUINN worked in the NHS as a Medical Engineer before retiring. His first collection of poetry was away (Poetry Monthly Press). Indigo Dreams published his collection The Amen of Knowledge (2013). which won the 2012 Geoff Stevens Memorial Prize, To Have to Follow (2016), his joint collection with Julie Maclean, and his pamphlet Notes on the Origins of the Third World War by J. C. Dunne (2021). He organises the monthly Damson Poets events in Preston and is on the committee of the Preston Poets' Society. [PSR 33][PSR 38]