Cloudsley, Tim, MA; British independent academic researcher and writer, poet, essayist, and short story writer resident in Colombia; formerly lecturer in Sociology at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland; Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow, Scotland; Universidad Industrial de Santander, Bucaramanga, Colombia. Ed Esher C/E Primary School, Dulwich College London, Cambridge University, postgraduate research Durham University. Publications: academic & semi-academic books: Shamanism and the Sublime (2000), Dos Ensayos sobre la Colombia Indígena (2007); contributor to anthology The Construction of Nature. A Discursive Strategy in Modern European Thought (1994). Articles and essays published in academic and semi-academic journals: Scottish Marxist (1980), New Ground (1986), Kultura I Spoleczenstwo (1986), Shadow, Journal of the Traditional Cosmology Society (1986, 1987, 1990), Antropologica (1988, 1989, 1995), History of European Ideas (1988, 1990, 1995, 2005, 2007a,b,c), The European Legacy (2008, 2009), Amazonia Peruana (1989), Indigenous Affairs (Asuntos Indigenas (1992a,b), Contemporary Politics (1995), Environmental Awareness (1997), Lo Straniero (1999), Website www.etehadchap.com (2002a,b). Numerous papers presented to international conferences and symposia; numerous book reviews. Poetry: books: Poems to Light (Through Love and Blood (1980), Incantations to Streams of Fire (1997), Poems (1998), Dreams of Paradise (Sueños de Paraiso) (2005) and at email@example.com. Contributions to poetry anthologies: Mair Licht (1988), Coincidence (1995), Contemporary English Poetry (1997), Poetry Now Scotland (1998 1999, 2000), After the Watergaw (1998), The 20th Century English Poetry Anthology Vol. 1 (1999) Over the Edge (2000), Edinburgh. An Intimate City (2000). Poetry contributions to Literary Magazines: Northlight Poetry Review, The Journal of the Rostov-on-Don Writers´ Union, Understanding Magazine, La Traductière, Dial 174, Moonstone, Squibs, First Time, Interactions, Romantic Heir, The People´s Poetry, Dandelion Arts Magazine, Summer Connections, Super Real, The Cadmium Blue Literary Journal, The Sharkti Vanguard, Journal des Poètes, La Fabrique, The Student Magazine, Rubies in the Darkness, The Eternal Anthology website www.raunchland.co.uk, Consciousness, Literature, and the Arts website www.aber.ac.uk. Numerous poetry contributions to other publications, to art exhibitions and catalogues in interaction with art work; numerous poetry readings, interaction with music and performance recorded on video and in audio. Short stories: book: Short Stories/Cuentos Cortos (2008), contributor to The International Book of Short Stories (2002). Contributions to Literary Magazines: The Student Magazine, Dandelion Arts Magazine.