. . . was previously an agriculturalist and enthusiastic sportswoman. A Passion Play she had written for her village lost some of its dramatic intensity when Jesus, performing without his spectacles, placed a puzzled child back to front on his donkey. Undeterred, she has subsequently written a three act Nativity play for the same village - though she has declined to tell us which one.
Paul Stevens, who sadly died in March 2013, was British-born but lived in Australia. He had poems published, in his own words, 'hither, thither and yon' and edited The Shit Creek Review and The Chimaera, as well as serving as a selection panelist on the sonnet ezine 14 by 14.