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Luckenbill, Jennifer
Jennifer Luckenbill is looking for new adventures post-graduation. She just finished up a degree in library science.
Luftig, Richard
I am a professor of educational psychology and special education at Miami University in Ohio. I am a recipient of the Cincinnati Post-Corbett Foundation Award for Literature and a semi finalist for the Emily Dickinson Society Award. My poems have appeared in numerous literary journals in the United States and internationally in Japan, Canada, Australia, Europe, Thailand, Hong Kong and India.
Luftig, Richard
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Luis, Diego
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Luke, Seth
Lundgren, Zachary
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Lundh, Lennart
Lennart Lundh is a poet, short-fiction writer, historian, and photographer. His work has appeared internationally since 1965. Len and his wife, Lin, live in northern Illinois, where he manages text acquisitions for a university. His first chapbook, Pictures of an Other Day, was released in 2013 and earned a Pushcart nomination. His second, So Careless of Themselves, will appear in 2014. Both are from Writing Knights Press.
Lung, Richard
Richard Lung of the websites: Poetry and Novels of Dorothy Cowlin and Democracy Science.
Luttrell, Britt
Britt Luttrell is a 23-year-old male person from Austin, Texas. He leads wilderness hikes for preschoolers, and fears that he will never resemble the talent of a toddler's mind for story. Hold up, you put a bonnet on an elephant seal in your backyard?! Really?! He writes anyway. His favorite words are about vulnerability, bad decisions, resurfacing. So is his favorite anything.
Lutz, Chad
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Lyle, Michael
Michael Lyle has always written, but he’s also been a producer/director at a television station, an English teacher and an ordained minister. His poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Canary, The Carolina Quarterly, Dappled Things, Grey Sparrow Journal, The Hollins Critic, Leaping Clear, The Main Street Rag, MockingHeart Review, Mudfish, The Opiate, Pilgrimage, The Windhover and other journals. Michael’s chapbook The Everywhere of Light (Plan B Press) was published in 2018. Gathered Stones, Divine Encounters in Everyday Life, a collection of stories from his early years in ministry, was published in 2005 and his other creative nonfiction has appeared in The Christian Century and Rock & Sling. Michael lives in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. More about him at http://www.michaellylewriter.comrn
Lyman, Nylah
Nylah Lyman holds an M.F.A. in poetry from the University of Southern Maine?s Stonecoast Creative Writing program. Her poems have appeared in Cider Press Review, Arcadia Magazine, Bellevue Literary Review and The Sow?s Ear Poetry Review, as well as other journals.
Lynch, Sean
Sean William Lynch is a 22 year old poet and editor. His first poetry collection, "the city of your mind" (Whirlwind Press, 2013) was praised by the poet laureate of Philadelphia, Frank Sherlock, as "visionary." Lynch's writing has appeared or is forthcoming in APIARY, Tincture Journal, Literary Orphans, and numerous other publications online and in print.
Lyons, Eve
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Lyons, Pd
Pd Lyons Born and raised in the USA. Travelling and living abroad since 1998. Now residing in Ireland. Received The Mattatuck College Award for Outstanding Achievement in Poetry. Received Bachelor of Science with honours from Teikyo Post University Connecticut. Two books of poetry Searches For Magic, and Caribu & Sister Stones : Selected Poems, have been published by Lapwing Press, Belfast.
MacDonald, John
John MacDonald lives in Silver Spring, Maryland. His poems have appeared in Gargoyle Magazine, The Doctor T.J. Eckleburg Review, Haiku Journal, and The song is… blogspot. He is an occasional guest poet for Poetic License, an improvisational comedy troupe based in Washington, DC.
Macera, Andy
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
MacIsaac, Dan
Dan MacIsaac, the author of "Archaeopteryx" and "Foxy," lives on Vancouver Island, Canada. In 2013 and 2014, his poetry appeared in the print magazines Poetry Salzburg,Vallum, Poetica and Agenda. His writing can also be viewed online at americamagazine.org/2014-06-09, this.org, www.hippocketpress.org/canary and www.contemporaryverse2.ca. His verse translations have been published in a wide variety of journals.
Macrinici, Victor
Victor Macrinici lives in the Chicago area when he is not at Yale. His poems have been published in Poetry Quarterly, Westward Quarterly, Emerge Literary Journal, and Eunoia Review.
Macrinici, Victor
I am currently a student at Yale, though I hail from the Chicago area. I have been writing poetry for a number of years now.
Madigan, Andrew
I?m a freelance writer/editor from Washington, DC. I?ve spent the last 20 years working my way around the world?Okinawa, St. Louis, Tokyo, New York, Dubai, the UK, South Korea, Al Ain and exotic Northwest Ohio. I?ve played semi-pro rugby in the Middle East, worked as Bill Murray?s body double, bounced and bartended, answered phones in a Catholic rectory, worked as a janitor, and carried a sandwich board. I was also a professor of Literature, US History and Islamic Studies, director of a Creative
Magruder, Dylan
Dylan Magruder is American fiction writer and an alumnus of the South Carolina Governor?s School for the Arts and Humanities. Currently, he studies English at College of Charleston. When he grows up, if he fails to make a living as a writer, he plans to become Claire Underwood.
Mahapatra, Samarendra
Mr. Samarendranath Mahapatra is a well-known Odia Poet who has been writing since 1980. His poems have been published in all the leading Odia magazines, broadcast in All India Radio & telecast in Doordarshan. Todate he has 7 collections of poems in Odia: 1. Mauna Abhisar, 2. Uttirna Abatirna, 3. Eka Eka Bikramarka, 4. Kalikala, 5. Sabda Samagra, 6. Nayaka and 7. Kabita Sarajibana. Virtually he also writes in English. His first English Poetry Collection 'Paper Boat' is due for release in 2014.
Mahoney, Sean
Sean J Mahoney lives with his wife, her parents, two Uglydolls, and three dogs in Santa Ana, California. He works in geophysics. He believes that punk rock miraculously survives, that Judas was a way better singer than Jesus, and that diatomaceous earth is a not well known enough gardening marvel.
Mainwaring, Philip
Philip Mainwaring resides in Massachusetts. He mainly writes short fiction and poetry. He is a long suffering Pittsburgh Pirates fan. In his spare time he runs and reads.
Maleki, Maryam
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Malik, Vyomi
I'm an instant poet who loves playing with words all day long. Writing poems of every kind is my daily spiritual routine as it helps me connect with my inner self. My blog was featured as one of the top 16 poetry blogs in India by Baggout.com
Mangiaracina, Madeline
Please consider my poem for publicatoin. I study creative writing at Bennington College, and this is a simultaneous submission.
Manis, Charles
Charles Manis is currently a student at Florida State University where he is pursuing his MFA in Creative Writing and works as a Teaching Assistant in the First Year Composition Program. His work has appeared in The Apalachee Review and is forthcoming in Spillway, Carolina Quarterly, and Rattle.
Mankiewicz, Angela Consolo
I have 4 chapbooks out, the newest are AN EYE, published by Pecan Grove Press and AS IF, from Little Red Books-Lummox. Publications include: Full of Crow, Poiesis, Long Poem Magazine (UK), PRESA, PoetsArtists, Montserrat, Re)Verb, Sketchbook, Seldom Nocturne, Istanbul Literary Review, Arsenic Lobster, Temple/Tsunami, Butcher Block, Slipstream, Chiron Review, Hawaii Review, Karamu, Poetry Monthly (UK), Lynx Eye, Pemmican, Blind Man's Rainbow. For more see POETACMANK.blogspot.com
Mann, Selma
Selma Mann discovered her inner poet after a series of devastating losses, waking the muse for her first book of poetry, Mourning Cloak. Her second book, Whimsical Warrior, was published by Balkan Press in 2017. Her work has appeared in Conclave, Literary Lawyer, Still Crazy, Wildflower Muse, and will soon appear in Echoic Magazine II and Poetry Quarterly. A sought-after speaker, Selma is always ready to share her passion for poetry and her joyful, resilient optimism.Prior to her rebirth as a poet, Selma has enjoyed successful careers as a teacher and attorney.
Manning, Dan
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Manos, Peter
My poetry has been published in Atlanta Review, The Elohi Gadugi Journal, and in The New York Times Metropolitan Diary column. In addition next month other poems of mine will be published by The Provo Canyon Review, and The Yellow Chair Review. My free verse is part of my collection in progress called The Real Dirt, and my more structured poems are part of my other collection in progress called Myriad. I work as a strategy consultant for companies involved in improving the electric grid thr
Mansfield, Mark
Mark Mansfield's work has appeared in The Adirondack Review, Bayou, Blue Mesa Review, Deep South Magazine, The Evansville Review, Fourteen Hills, Gargoyle, Iota, The Ledge, Limestone, Magma, Salt Hill, Unsplendid, and elsewhere. He holds an M.A. in Writing from Johns Hopkins and was a 2015 Pushcart Prize nominee. Currently, he lives in upstate New York.
Manus, Grady
Grady received his MFA in writing from Lindenwood University in December 2011. He has had pieces accepted by Haiku Journal, Four and Twenty, and Three Line Poetry. Grady is married to Lynn Youngblood (also a writer). They live on twenty-four acres of wooded hills with their dog and two cats. When not working or writing, they love to spend their time admiring their grandchildren.
Marbach, Donna
Both a visual artist and a poet, Donna M. Marbach has published non-fiction, fiction, and poetry in a variety of anthologies and periodicals. She is a past poetry editor of the national writers' magazine, Byline. and has also edited for FootHills Press. In 2002, she started her own small poetry press, Palettes & Quills. Co-founder and past president of Just Poets Inc. Her work has appeared in numerous journals including Pearl, Red Wheel Barrow, and the MacGuffin.
Marchant, Sarah
Sarah Marchant is a St. Louis poet. Email: sarahlmarchant@yahoo.com Website: twitter.com/apoetrybomb
Marecic, Charles
lives and writes in Maine.
Marengo, Amy
I won the Marcia Keach Memorial Poetry Prize and The New England Poetry Club?s John Holmes Award. I also received the Peter Brooks Butler Scholarship to Oxford University, where I spent the summer studying Creative Writing. My poems have appeared in Pressed Wafer, The Inman Review, and I was the featured poet in UMass Boston?s Lux Magazine. I look forward to beginning my MFA at Virginia Tech this August. Thanks for your time, Amy Marengo
Marici, Salvatore
Salvatore Marici’s poetry has appeared or forthcoming in Toasted Cheese, Spillway, Prairie Gold: An Anthology of the American Heartland, Of Burgers & Barrooms a Main Street Rag anthology, Poetry Quarterly and more. In 2010, Marici was the Midwest Writing Center Poet in Resident. He has three books Mortals, Nature and their Spirits (chapbook), Swish Swirl & Sniff, and Fermentations (all Ice Cube Press). Marici served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Guatemala and he is a civil servant retiree as an agronomist. He is learning to maneuver a 17 foot ten inch kayak in mangroves and the Gulf.
Marinelli, Rocco
I currently reside in the Adirondacks of Upstate, NY. I work as a freelance writer but have always enjoyed the creative opportunities that words can offer. I have been published in the "NY Literary Magazine" in their recent anthology titled, "Tears." I am also the featured writer for "RumbleFish Press." Their next quarterly comes out in Feb. 2018.
Mark, Michael
Michael Mark is a hospice volunteer. His poetry has appeared or is set to appear in Angle Journal, Awakening Consciousness Magazine, Empty Mirror, Everyday Poets, Forge Journal, Lost Coast Review, OutsideIn Magazine, Petrichor Review, Ray?s Road Review, Scapegoat Journal, Spillway, Red Booth Review, Red Paint Hill, Sleet Magazine, The Thing Itself, The New York Times, UPAYA, Word Soup End Hunger and Wayfarer. He has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize.
Marlon, Brandon
Brandon Marlon is a writer originally from Ottawa, Canada. His poetry has been published in Canada, the U.S., Israel, England, and India in various print and online publications including The Canadian Jewish News, Streeteaters, Poetica, Yalla Journal, Jewish Tribune, The Victoriad, The Trinity Review, UC Review, The Deronda Review, Emunah Magazine, Voices Israel, Bywords, The Steel Chisel, Lantern Magazine, U of T Magazine, Swept Media, Calliope, Grey Sparrow Journal, The Bangalore Review, The L
Marquard, David
Brief Bio: David Marquard is a writer and an assistant professor of English at Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan. He teaches writing, rhetoric, and linguistics. He has published in both academic and creative venues. rn
Marshall, Blaike
Blaike Marshall is a student in his hometown at the College of Charleston, where he is majoring in English and minoring in Creative Writing. His work was selected for the 2015 Adroit Prize for Poetry: Editor’s List, and has been nominated for Best Undergraduate Writing in Plain China.
Marshall, Roy
Roy Marshall was born in the UK and lived in California as a small child in the late 1960's. He worked as a nurse for many years and now works in adult education. His book, 'The Sun Bathers' was published in 2013 by Shoestring Press. It was recently shortlisted for the Michael Murphy award. Roy writes about writing at https://roymarshall.wordpress.com/
Marsom-Richmond, Rachel
I graduated with my M.A. from Northern Arizona University in May of 2009, and I graduated with my M.F.A. from Georgia College & State University this May. My poems have appeared in Three Line Poetry, The Bijou Poetry Review, and The Camel Saloon. I look forward to hearing from you. Sincerely, Rachel Marsom-Richmond 336-324-0649 rachelmarsom@gmail.com Encl.: ?Kitsch?
Martin, Carolyn
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Martinez, Bismarck
I am a working full-time student, so my writing time has been diminished to the brief lunch breaks at work and late nights spent uncomfortably fidgeting in bed over a notepad. I run the creative writing club at an after-school program in NYC and it has become one of my passions to help young children find their creative voice.
Mason, David
Massicotte, Ken
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Mathew, Esther
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Mattern, Ryan
Ryan Mattern is an M.A. student in the creative writing program at the University of California, Davis. He is the recipient of the Felix Valdez Award for short fiction. His work has appeared in THE2NDHAND, Superstition Review, and Poetry Quarterly, among others. He lives and writes in California.
Matthieu, Baumier
Matthieu Baumier (France) matthieu.baumier7@orange.fr Born in 1968, Matthieu Baumier is a French writer who have publishing novels, essays. His poetry is feature in many French review and magazine. He is actually the chief editor of Recours au Po?me, www.recoursaupoeme.com, starting on 15 may 2012.
Mattison, Lucian
Lucian Mattison's first full-length collection, Peregrine Nation (The Broadkill River Press, 2014) won the 2014 Dogfish Head Poetry Prize. His work appears or is forthcoming in The Adroit Journal, The Boiler, Everyday Genius, Hobart, Muzzle, Nashville Review, and elsewhere online and in print. His fiction is soon to appear in Fiddleblack and Per Contra. He is an associate editor for Big Lucks and received his MFA from Old Dominion University. To read more visit Lucianmattison.com.
May, Nancy
Nancy May is new to writing poetry. She lives in the UK and volunteers in the charity sector. Her Haiku?s are available in: Haiku Journal and Third Line Poetry.
Mayer, Rachael
Rachael Mayer 's poetry has appeared in The Kenyon Review, The Chattahoochee Review, The Hiram Review, Hudson Valley Echoes, Affilia, and Avatar. A poem is forth coming in Poetry Quarterly. Ms. Mayer was a top ten finalist in The Stroud Poetry Festival in England. She lives in Montclair, New Jersey with her husband and three children.
Mazur-Nowak, Bozena Helena
Mazzola, Kevin
A 20 year old college student, I started writing when I was about 14. I mostly experiment with dark, emotional, and heavily psychological poetry. I'm fascinated by the human mind, and I attempt to put my own feelings and emotions into each piece I write. I most often write very personal pieces, each being a product of the state of mind at the time of writing, but I also try to capture the greater scope of humans as a whole.
McAlpine, Monica
After a career of teaching and research in medieval studies, Monica McAlpine turned to the arts of poetry and painting. Her poems have appeared in The Wilderness House Literary Review and The Aurorean. Another poem was chosen, in a city-wide contest, for a public reading at Boston City Hall. A local arts association sponsored a solo exhibition of her paintings.

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