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Paul j Rogers (1970-?) ran away from the circus to join life. Realising that life was a circus without sequins, he left North London to walk the Earth. Currently an assistant professor of English at a university in central Seoul, Paul loses to his wife at all known intellectual pursuits and has perfected the art of pretending he enjoys it. At present, he’s abandoned the ill-conceived money-spinner, ‘Commando Cookbook: From the Billycan to the Bistro — 100 Recipes Involving Insects’ in order to work on a novel. This he hopes will be available sometime before the end of the decade. Follow Paul’s artily cropped head on Tumblr, here.
Nick Cody is not the successful comedian from Australia with the same name. This Nick was born in the Rocky Mountains and grew up in the prairie lands of the American Midwest. His hometown has both a lake and a river. He is still single and is currently living in Seoul, employed by a reputable university to teach English and other related subjects. He writes about Cata during taxi rides to school. He has no sisters.
Andrew Oberg (1977-) is a Lecturer of English and researcher in Applied Philosophy at a university in central Tokyo, Japan. He currently lives with his wife and daughter in Tokyo but they are all quite nomadic and this is subject to change. Andrew is a native of the state of Minnesota, USA, while his wife hails from Kochi prefecture on the island of Shikoku. The very different climates that produced these two have made for some interesting discussions between them regarding what temperature to set their air conditioner at. They’ve recently compromised on 27C in summer and 22C in winter.
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