After ten issues, we’re amassing quite a list of people to thank, too many to ever list without doing a disservice to the individual contributions each person has made. We do want to express particular thanks to Nathan Spoon, who offered insight and advice regarding this Special Feature. We also want to thank the artist who lends this issue its visual life:
Painter and poet HAMID TIBOUCHI, born in 1951 in Tibane (Algeria), has lived and worked in France since 1981. As a visual artist, he has exhibited at around sixty solo shows, and nearly three hundred group exhibitions, in France and around the world. His abundant production takes multiple forms—paintings, drawings, etchings, photos, artist books, object books, stage sets, stained glass, and illustrations in books and magazines. Tibouchi is author of close to twenty collections of poetry; his poems also appear in several anthologies, journals, and textbooks.
In addition, special thanks are owed to the staff and advisors in the School of English at the University of St Andrews for their support and guidance; thank you to The Poetry Society, The Scottish Poetry Library, and StAnza, Scotland’s International Poetry Festival, for helping to promote the magazine.
Finally, we would like to thank you. Yes, you.
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