Gangan Lit-Mag #33
International Literary Magazine
Writers Abroad I
Writers living abroad were invited to contribute to this double issue to showcase how foreign cultures and languages influence one’s own writing. – Gerald Ganglbauer
- Claire Gaskin was born in 1966 in Melbourne Australia. She has been publishing and performing public readings of her poetry for twenty years. ‘A Snail in the Ear of the Buddha’ was published by SOUP Publications in 1996: Five Poems
- Neil Grimmett: I am English by birth but after travelling around the Greek islands currently live in Madrid, Spain. I have had stories published in the UK, in France, Canada, Australia, (Quadrant), in South Africa, Singapore, and in the USA. I have also been on the net with Tatlin’s Tower, Web Del Sol, In Posse Review, m.a.g., Word Riot, The Blue Moon Review, Plum Ruby Review, 3AM, Spreadhead, Subterranean Quarterly, Gangway and others. I have a story published in the anthology ‘England Calling’and another forthcoming in an Italian anthology. I have just been accepted into the US branch of PEN. My new novel ‘The Mud Dance’ is in the process of being signed by a leading London literary agent. A Dish Best Served Cold
- Tim Hayden is an Australian writer and photographer based in Zurich. Tim has also worked in the financial services and entertainment sectors. He is an alumnus of the University of Chicago, INSEAD and RMIT: Distant Poems
- Solrun Hoaas was born in Norway, grew up in China and Japan, completed university in Oslo and studied theatre in Kyoto. In Australia since 1972, she has worked as a teacher, journalist, interpreter, lecturer, and written and directed several films, including the feature film Aya (CICAE award l990), documentaries Sacred Vandals, Green Tea and Cherry Ripe and Pyongyang Diaries. She now writes in Melbourne: In Search of the Japanese in Me.
- Jan Imgrund, geboren 1974 in Düsseldorf. Jurist mit deutschem und französischem Studienabschluss. Z.Zt. Rechtsreferendar in Brüssel. Schreibt seit ca. fünf Jahren Lyrik. Veröffentlichungen in Literaturzeitschriften und im Internet.
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