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Aarnes, William
I have poems forthcoming in New York Quarterly, Iodine, and FIELD.
Abad, Anne Carly
ANNE CARLY ABAD's story, 'Sage's Reckoning' recently earned an honorable mention in Q3 of The Writers of the Future Contest (2013). Her work has appeared or will appear in Magma Poetry, Dreams & Nightmares, and Strange Horizons. Find out more about her at http://the-sword-that-speaks.blogspot.com/
Abellanosa, Jonel
Jonel Abellanosa resides in Cebu City, the Philippines. His poetry has appeared in numerous journals, recently in Anglican Theological Review, Penwood Review, Philippine PEN Literary Journal, Cha and Pedestal; forthcoming in Deep Water Literary Journal, Poetry Pacific, Gadfly: Culture that Matters and Mystic Nebula. His chapbook, Pictures of the Floating World, has been published by Kind of a Hurricane Press. He is working on a number of chapbooks and two full-length poetry collections.
Adair, Nicholas
Adams, Michael
Michael P. Adams is a native Californian and a graduate of San Jose State University's MFA program. His fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in New Plains Review, Reed Magazine, Cardinal Sins, Crab Fat, Nomadic Journal, Dirty Chai, and Mosaic Art and Literary Journal.
Adjarian, M. M.
M. M. Adjarian received a BA in comparative literature from the University of California and a PhD in the same field from the University of Michigan. She has published her creative work in The Provo Canyon Review, The Milo Review, The Baltimore Review, The Prague Revue and RaJAH: Rackham Journal of Arts and Humanities. Her articles and reviews have also appeared in Arts+Culture Texas, Bitch Magazine, Kirkus Reviews, and the Dallas Voice, as well as in several academic journals and compendiums.
Adkisson, Debrenee
Adukuri, Jagannath rao
jadukuri@gmail.com A retired banker who lives in Hyderabad,India. The interests include poetry writing and photography. My web presence can be found at http://adukurispoetry.blogdrive.com http://soundarya.wordpress.com http://meghadutam.wordpress.com/ and E-books at Amazon http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007ROBHJ0 http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007VJ7HYU and selected poetry at :http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007XSFQ1U The poems have been published nowhere except in a personal blog mentio
Afshar, Jessica
Jessica Afshar earned her Master's Degree in English from Fitchburg State University in 2012. Her work has been published in Sou'wester, OVS, Route2, Clare Literary Journal and Third Wednesday magazines. Her two kids are exceedingly proud.
Agnew, Zach
Zach Agnew is a Canadian writer that has spent his life being inspired by the rhythm of the world around him. He was born in the fall of 1987 and has called Calgary home since. The majority of his adult life has been spent working in a bookstore, surrounded by the books that continue to inspire him. In 2015 he graduated from the University of Calgary, receiving a Bachelor of Arts in History. To find more of his work please visit: www.zagthepoet.com
Ahia, David
David Kuhio Ahia II lives in Fullerton California. He attends Orange County High School of the Arts for Creative Writing.
Aldridge, Bob
Bobby Aldridge is a poet and editor, and sometimes professor of political science, economics, and world religions. He is the former owner of the Haiku Gallery and the Brown Street Gallery of fine arts. He has lived in diverse locations from North Africa to Japan. His interests in the arts, religions, cultures, and the socioeconomic structures of the world, brought him to the one field that encapsulates them all, poetry. He is the author of "Romantically Involved: Poems of Devotion," a chapbook from New Codices Press and "An Affair of the Stilled Heart," a full length collection from Lamar University Literary Press 2016. He has work published in The Haiku Journal, Poetry Quarterly, The Society of Classical Poets, Miracle, The Inner Arts Journal, The Tanka Journal, Fifty Haikus, Chicago Literati, Inwood Indiana, and Lunch at Giverny.
Alewine, Kenneth
Kenneth Alewine is researching illness narratives in the PhD program at the Institute for Medical Humanities, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston. His work has appeared in Aura Literary Arts Review, Gruene Street, and he was interviewed in New Media magazine.
Alexander, Carol
Carol Alexander is a writer and editor. Her poems have appeared in numerous journals, including Canary, The Commonline, Chiron Review, Earthspeak, Eunoia Review, Mobius, Northwind Magazine, Numinous, Red Fez, Red River Review, OVS, Poetry Quarterly, Red Poppy Review, and Sugar Mule. New work is scheduled to appear Poetrybay, Poetica, Ilya's Honey, and the Mad Hatter's Review. Her work has also appeared in the anthologies Broken Circles, Joy Interrupted, The Storm is Coming, Proud to Be: Writin
Alfier, Tobi
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.




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