Andy Jones has had a long-standing career writing about music production and technology, which began at Music Technology and Keyboard Review. Currently, he is the Editor of Computer Music which he helped launch back in 1997/98. He has also been involved in the editorial teams at Future Music and Music Tech.
Category: Contributor Interviews
Anne Kelly is an award-winning Canadian born, UK-based artist, author and tutor — and we’re lucky enough to have her as a guest on our #MeetTheContributor series!
Her multilayered and densely stitched textiles have been likened to ‘small worlds’. Trained in Canada and at Goldsmiths College in London, she creates wall hangings and objects using a mixture of mixed media collage and hand and machine embroidery. Her teaching and gallery work take her around the UK and abroad.… Keep Reading
Leo Boix is in the hot seat for today’s instalment of our #MeetTheContributor series. The bilingual Argentine-British poet, translator and journalist, who is based in the UK, is the author of of an English collection (Ballad of a Happy Immigrant) and two Spanish collections (Un Lugar Propio & Mar De Noche), as well as being a long-term contributor to Modern Poetry in Translation (MPT).
MPT is a tri-annual poetry magazine edited by Khairani Barokka that … Keep Reading
Next up, we bring to you Roxanne Escobales, the Editor of The World Today. Founded in 1945, the bimonthly global affairs magazine presents authoritative analysis from Chatham House on a variety of current topics. The independent policy institute helps people, societies and governments understand and adapt to seismic change.
Welcome to our brand new blog series ‘Meet The Contributor’, where we interview editors and contributors of the brilliant publications we host on the Exact Editions platform.
Our very first instalment is with archaeologist Dr Sharon Greene, Editor of Archaeology Ireland. Published every quarter since 1987, the magazine is a key reference guide for students, visitors from abroad, those in the field, and all archaeology fans with an interest in Ireland’s archaeological wonders.
Sharon took up the post of … Keep Reading