Number 5 of morphrog, Frogmore’s online journal, went live on 1 July. As ever, morphrog promises ‘poetry in the extreme’ – where experiment and tradition meet.
Contributors to the issue are:
Simon Harker worked as a psychotherapist in
North London for many
years. Now semi-retired, he lives in a
hut on the banks of the River Ouse.
Pete Howells was born in the North East of England. He attended
where he studied Art and Drama. His first degree was from Bretton
Hall College Leeds
University, his MA from Brighton. Pete has taught English, Art and Drama to a
variety of students. He spent four years as a singer songwriter touring with
various bands before returning to teaching.
Miles Salter is a writer, songwriter and storyteller based in
His novel for teenagers, A Song For Nicky Moon, was shortlisted
for The Times/Chicken House children’s novel competition. He won the Slipstream
Poetry Prize in 2008, the Sentinel Poetry Prize in 2009, and was shortlisted
for the Templar Poetry Prize in 2009.
Marek Urbanowicz qualified as an acupuncturist in 1979 and is a former Chair of Brighton Poets. He was selected to be on the first ‘Becoming a Poet’ programme with the
in 2009. His poems have appeared in Agenda, The
Frogmore Papers and other magazines, and a first collection is due to be
published next year. Faber
Submissions are invited for morphrog 6, which will go live on 1 January 2013. Send one Word file to: firstname.lastname@example.org