Julia Goss was teased at university because of coming from Scunthorpe, a steel town which many otherwise rational people still believe lies on the east coast. She now lives in the beautiful Forest of Dean, a forgotten slice of Gloucestershire, uninhabited by any member of the royal family, where she taught for many years in primary schools but is now a gardener.
. . . has been editing Snakeskin Poetry Webzine (www.simmers1.webspace.virginmedia.com) since 1995. That's quite a long time, but he doesn't think he'll give up quite yet. He has two collections available from Lulu Press: An Essay on Rhyme and Other Verses (http://www.lulu.com/content/639509 ) and Light (http://www.lulu.com/content/2696778).