Audrey Greathouse Audrey Greathouse is a lost child in a perpetual and footloose quest for her own post-adolescent Neverland. Originally from Seattle, she earned her English B.A. from Southern New Hampshire University's online program while backpacking around the west coast. A pianist, circus artist, fire-eater, street mime, swing dancer, and novelist, Audrey wears many hats wherever she is. She has grand hopes for the future which include publishing more books and owning a crock pot.

To see the first chapter of Greathouse's upcoming novel 'The Piper's Price', download issue 2 here

Bruno Casanova Bruno Casanova was born in Portugal and continued his artistic studies in England. He's currently in his 3rd year of his BA in Fine Art at the University for the Creative Arts where he is specialising in video and performance art.
"I've always loved drawing since I was a child. I basically never stopped drawing for too long. I see it as something that is very much therapeutic, the whole process of adding layers to it and gradually the idea that was in my head becomes real on paper. Lately I've been more into Urban sketching with small sketchbooks. I see it as something more challenging than doodling out of my imagination. Every time I draw, I make a realistic idea in my head of how I want the drawing to look like in the end, and if it gets close enough, I'm happy, but because I'm a perfectionist that doesn't happen often"
To see Bruno's work for Paperfox, download issue 1 here

Cecily Cook Cecily Cook is a first year photography student at UCA, Farnham.
"I blog to look back on the advice I give other people and try to take it in myself. I like using my experiences to create a common connection between me and my readers so that what I write is relatable and helped to identify with them"
To read one of Cecily's blog posts, submitted to Paperfox, download Issue 1 here

Charlie Steele "I'm a foundation art student nearing the end of my course, who has specialised in fine art. In my recent work I have sought to explore the way we interact with digital imagery and our relationship with portraiture and looking at how the disposability and ease makes visual content so disposable and consumable, yet at times horrifically permanent. I realise this through digital works and paintings."
To see an interview with Charlie Steele as well as samples of his week, download issue 1 here.

Ellora Sutton
I am Ellora, I'm 19 years old and I am on the Journalism and Creative Writing course here at UCA. Usually, I like to write poetry about emotions - so this piece is something of an experiment for me, in that it has an actual narrative and is completely impersonal. When I write poetry I like to start with a key word and then work outward from there, letting other words fall into place around it. Then I let whatever wants to come out, come out, and then edit it down from there.

To see Ellora's poetry for Paperfox, download issue 2 here

Hannah Vincent Canadian Author of 'Alarm Girl' Hannah Vincent studied Drama & English at UEA in Norwich. After graduating, she spent some years working as a playwright (and a waitress... and a bookseller... and a BBC Drama script Editor). She studied the MA in Creative Writing at Kingston University and is currently carrying out doctoral research in Creative & Critical writing at the University of Sussex. To see more information about Hannah, visit her website

To see her interview with Paperfox, where she discusses her favourite books and writing advice, download issue 1 here. 
H.T.Holden H.T.Holden is a 3rd year film production student at the University for the Creative Arts.
"I wanted to try and write an experimental fiction about a guy who understands that they are a fictional character and their world is in fact a piece of literature. I wanted to touch on the idea that this person would appear insane to the other characters in their world, and that the characters in the story have to re-live the situation as it's written every time it's re-read. As a result I'm kind of toying with the idea of Nietszche's eternal recurrence theory, due to the existential themes I'm mucking around with"
To read the experimental short story, download issue 1 here. 
Jack Richards "I was born in raised in South London and I'm currently a first year student studying illustration. My work in general is to focus on the construction and deconstruction of urban environment, by using processes like collage, drawing, printmaking and digital drawing. Inspired by the area I am from and other parts of London, this piece [submitted to Paperfox] in particular is looking at the monotone and rhythm of London and creating a strong mood within the piece. Please check out my website, Society6, and Instagram." 

To see samples of Jack Richards' work, download issue 1 here. 

Jasmine Dace
Jasmine Dace is a BA (Hons) Illustration student in her 2nd year. 
"It is my passion and dream to become a fantasy illustrator and to create concept art for films and books professionally. I thoroughly enjoy creating art that is both imaginative in concept and design to bring to life the depths of my imagination. I wrote this poem based on an artefact that intrigued me from the National History Museum - a shell vessel, which I completed an observational drawing of in response. I created my own story around this vessel and further developed it by creating more themed illustrations. The poem tells a tale of a young girl who is granted her wish to become a mermaid. My Instagram is @flowerfishart and I also have a fresh new website coming soon at!"

To see Jasmine's poetry for Paperfox, download issue 2 here.
Simone Ziel "I'm currently studying film production at UCA and I have been writing poetry since I was 14. I have a blog where I post some of my work. The poem that I wrote for Paperfox "Age 9" is one of the most personal poems I have written to date I was stimulated by a mini documentary about a Brazilian woman who, through a television talent show, managed to become the Globeleza carnival queen however, after she received a lot of racial abuse and backlash from the general public, she was stripped of her title. In the documentary, Nayara and her mother talk about how a lot of Afro-Brazilians dislike their skin colour so much that they want to be white, mainly to be accepted in the society they are currently surrounded by.  

To read examples of Simone's poetry, download issue 1 here. 

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