Regular Contributors

If you have had two pieces featured in the Wellington Street Review (this includes two publications in the same issue), you are eligible to apply to be a regular contributor.

Regular writers contribute to two of our four quarterly editions. This is a year-long post. Regular contributors can decide which issues to contribute to and in which form. As with all work published in the Wellington Street Review, you retain all ownership of your work.

Our Regular Contributors for 2020 are

Barney Ashton-Bullock has had poems published in ‘The Pandorian’ ‘The New River Press Year Book’ and in the ‘Soho Nights II’ and ‘Soho Nights III’ pamphlets published by The Society Club Press. He has also written 3 theatrical song-cycles for Erasure’s Andy Bell as the polysexual character ‘Torsten’; ‘Torsten The Bareback Saint’, ‘Torsten The Beautiful Libertine’ and ‘Torsten In Queereteria’ and, from these, has had three spin-off poetry publications published. ‘Mottled Memoirs’ in the performance programme for ‘Torsten The Bareback Saint’, the full poetry collection ‘Schema / Stasis’ by The Society Club Press and five poems known as ‘Filthy, Rhymey Murk’ that were included in the deluxe edition of the ‘Torsten In Queereteria’ album published by Cherry Red Records.

He performs his own poetry as the narrator on the current Downes Braide Association album ‘Skyscraper Souls’, is the organiser of ‘Soho Poetry Nights’ events and has, in the past, represented the UK through the Royal Court Young People’s Theatre with his theatrical poem ‘North’. His new pamphlet ‘Café Kaput’ is published by Broken Sleep Books in May, 2020.

Edward Ashworth was born in Corsica but gained an interest in British history & culture after teaching himself English. He has been awarded several prizes by the French Ministry of Education and the French National Veteran Office for his work on the First and Second World War.

Gareth Culshaw lives in Wales. His first collection came out in 2018 by Futurecycle called The Miner. In 2020, his second collection, A Bard’s View, is released. He is an MFA student at Manchester Met. Also nominated for Best of the Net.

Twitter:  @Culshawpoetry1

L. L. Friedman once went on a blind date with a marble statue in Vienna. They live in New England.