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8 – Criselda Cayetano grew up in the Philippines but lives in Tokyo, where she works for an IT company. She wrote this poem after a relationship break-up.

10 – Isabelle Arcoleo lives in France and is a copywriter/ghostwriter/freelance journalist. She is working on her second novel and seeking agent representation.

12 – Jessica Squier from Maidenhead is the editor of a Buddhist magazine. She has been writing short stories and plays for many years and is writing a novel.

– Laura Besley

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