Columnists

Richmond Harding

Richmond Harding is a musician, writer, illustrator and dreamer.

He interviews musicians and industry personnel, and reviews music and gigs. He also writes the somewhat surreal, yet strangely metaphorical, Astral Caravan series. All whilst putting the finishing touches to his first novel, “The Keeper Of The Lost Things”.

More @ Richmond and the groovolution and on Facebook
He writes @ The Astral Caravan and on Twitter @RichmondHarding

Photograph by: Dean Feltimo

 

 

Lisa Gee

Lisa Gee is currently working on an Unbound project, unbound.co.uk/books/hayleyworld, and if a respected commentator on the field of digital publishing and new media for writers and readers alike. She works with if:books on “future books”, writes about books for the Independent and reviews for the Independent on Sunday.

She also writes about Jazz music.

More @ Lisa Gee  and on Twitter @Lis4g33

Cynthia Barlow Marrs SFGA

Cynthia grew up in the North American prairies and worked internationally in large-scale land planning before returning to England to work full time as an artist. Her stylized landscapes feature the repeated use of simple forms found in nature, such as leaves, trees and blades of grass. She works from her studio at home in Windsor.

She is a Council Member of the Society of Graphic Fine Art.

More @ www.cbarlowmarrs.com

and on Twitter @cbarlowmarrs

Dean Feltimo

Dean Feltimo is a Berkshire County based photographer specialising in music and events. Mad about music, mad about photography, it would seem mad not to combine the two.
Loving life, living life through the lens.

More on Twitter @dinofeltimo

Carol Dixon-Smith

Carol Dixon-Smith is a slightly mad, book obsessed, friendly bookseller, event organiser, reader, writer, reviewer, with no time to read, write or review everything she’d like to.

More on Twitter @cidix

 

Pete Rann

Pete Rann is a Music Producer, Writer and DJ. He hosts a weekly show on Wednesday evenings for Grooveskool Radio and also hosts The Runners Podcast. He runs his own label Pete Rann Music.

Find more about Pete Rann here
He is on Twitter: @Peterannmusic
photograph by Steve Bishop

 

Angela Woods

I Love My Village is a monthly column from Ayora, a village in La Mancha, Spain, from the desk of Angela Woods

Jack of a number of trades, but certainly not the electric drill!

Artist, writer, photographer, mother and survivor

Ru Johnson

Ru Johnson is a music journalist, from Denver, Colorado, she also writes for Denver Westword. Ru Johnson requires blood, flowers, and wine.

Ru Johnson is on Tumblr

She is also on Twitter: @theperfectRu

Melanie Gow

Melanie Gow is editor at Glow Magazine, an online journalist, mobile photographer and iArtist, producer and cultural events organiser.

She is currently working with her iPhone on “Merry Lives of Windsor”, a black and white episodic encounter with people who live in Windsor, UK, over a year.
Follow Me on Pinterest and on Twitter: @melgow

Bill Buckley has been a broadcaster since 1982. He presented That’s Life! on BBC1 with Esther Rantzen. Before that, he was a print journalist in the West Midlands and has done a dazzling array of things since, from writing witty, three-minute songs overnight to sing to a sleepy nation on BBC1’s Breakfast Time, to writing a hit song, Starting Together, which went to number two in the charts sung by Hi-de-Hi star, Su Pollard.

He has travelled the world on The Holiday Programme, presented on all kinds of subjects, sung David Essex’s hit, A Winter’s Tale, on Songs of Praise, and been a mould breaking continuity announcer for Channel 5 Television.

He regularly broadcasts for BBC News Channel, Sky News, ITV1’s Daybreak, BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC local radio stations Berkshire, Oxford, Devon, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, WM, Bristol and Three Counties, amongst others.

In the spring of 2005, he won C4’s cookery and party-giving competition, Come Dine with Me. He writes regularly about food for several journals including the website www.viewlondon.co.uk

Find more @ Bill Buckley