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Limerick A. Rainie
Limerick A. Rainie

Limerick A. Rainie was born in Zambia and now lives and works in Surrey. She started writing in early 2010 and enjoys the creativity of fiction and horror short stories. She also enjoys writing for children and is currently working on a children’s fantasy novel.

Viccy Adams
Viccy Adams

Viccy Adams loves whisky, fiction and contemplating the possibility of time-travel, but not necessarily in that order. Having recently completed a PhD in Creative Writing, she now works part-time as Creative Writing Development Officer at Newcastle University where she gains great satisfaction from running overly complex projects such as www.writearoundthetoon.co.uk. From September 2011, she will also be the Leverhulme Trust artist-in-residence at the School of Informatics, Edinburgh University.

http://www.vsadams.co.uk
L.K. Adams
L.K. Adams

I’m the sort of woman who makes up stories, which surprisingly include a lot of sex because that’s what I like… and I write smutty stuff because it’s great fun. So I hope you like fantasising about sex too. I adore wearing kinky boots, especially high-heeled, thigh high leg hugging boots, with laces and tassels.

J Adamthwaite
J Adamthwaite

J Adamthwaite lives in East London where she works as a teaching assistant. She has had short fiction published by Cinnamon Press, Dead Ink Books and Stand Magazine. She is currently working on a novel.

http://www.jadamthwaite.co.uk
Yassin Adnan
Yassin Adnan

Yassin Adnan is a Moroccan writer who has published three books of poetry and two collections of short stories, Man yusaddiq al-rasa’il? and Tuffah al-zill. He is the recipient of the Moufdi Zakaria Prize (Algeria, 1991), the Union of Writers in Morocco Poetry Prize (1998) and the Buland al-Haydari Prize for Young Poets (Asilah, 2003).

http://www.englishpen.org/writersintranslation/
Charles Adrian
Not Entered
Stefan Aeschbacher
Stefan Aeschbacher

swiss engineer, loves to write short stories, sci-fi, fantasy. knows how to fly a helicopter. Jiu-Jitsu black-belt. Learns to play the bagpipes.

José Eduardo Agualusa
José Eduardo Agualusa

Jose Eduardo Agualusa is one of the leading literary voices from Angola, and from the Portuguese language today. His The Book of Chameleons won the 2007 Independent Foreign Fiction Prize. Agualusa divides his time between Angola, Brazil and Portugal.

http://www.englishpen.org/writersintranslation/
Benita Ahearne
Benita Ahearne

Wife , Mother, Grandmother, love white wine, love my ipad, Born in Dublin 1951, live now in Co Tipperary, Drive a Honda!

Brendan Ahearne
Brendan Ahearne

A caretaker in an eerie hall out in the country beside a graveyard. Plenty of time to think up ideas for stories.

Brian Ahern
Brian Ahern

Brian Ahern loves writing and hates writer's block. Born in 1970, he has been writing fiction for the past 5 years or so. Some of his short stories have been published through a local writers' group in his native Dublin. He is delighted with the opportunity Ether Books gives him to reach a wider audience.

Shakeel Ahmed
Shakeel Ahmed

Shakeel has always been fascinated by writing and writes for self-fulfilment about his experiences travelling around the world. He adores poetry and his all-time favourite poem is Milton’s Paradise Lost. Despite never considering himself to be a writer he was inspired to share his work through Ether Books in September 2011.

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