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McDonald, Philip
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
McDonough-Hintz, Susan
Poet's Bio: Susan McDonough-Hintz is a web QA analyst for the Massachusetts Medical Society. Her poems have been published in Gemini, Fortunates, Message in a Bottle, The Camel Saloon, and the Routledge anthology, Queer & Catholic. They are forthcoming in the Raleigh Review. Originally from the Jersey Shore area, she now lives in Fitchburg, Massachusetts.
McGinnis, Laura
Laura is a retired project manager who has discovered the writer within. Her work has been published in Poetry Quarterly, Drabble, and Clever magazine, and can be seen at mrswoonsocket.wordpress.com.
McIntyre, Katherine
Katherine McIntyre is a graduate of West Chester University with a BA in Literature. She spends her time writing poetry while working as a massage therapist. Some of her poetry has been featured in magazines like Cause and Effect Review, Falling Star and Daedalus.
Mckean, Steve
BIO: max keanu is a longtime resident of Hawaii. max began writing in 2007 after a back injury immobilized him for many months. He is presently working on his third novel and has up published dozens of short stories and poems. A professional musician on the classical guitar, max performed at many hotels, restaurants, concerts, parties and weddings. max has a degree in computer science.
McKelvey, Seth
Seth McKelvey teaches at Southern Methodist University. His poems have appeared in journals such as BlazeVOX, Super Arrow, Dear Sir, Counterexample Poetics, and others. He co-edits the online journal of poetry and short fiction S/WORD (www.sslashword.com).
McKernan, John
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
McMullen, John F
John F. McMullen, ?johnmac the bard?, is a poet, author, journalist, technologist, college professor, consultant, and denizen of cyberspace. He is a graduate of Iona College and holds two Masters degrees from Marist College. He was an executive of two major Wall Street firms, an officer of three consulting firms (including his own), and has taught at NYU, The New School for Social Research, Marist College, Westchester Community College, and Monroe College. The title poem of his first poetry coll
McNabb, Fiona
Fiona McNabb is an avid lover of tea, trees, and treetop tea parties. She is currently working towards a master?s degree in library science. You can find bits of Fiona?s mind on her blog: http://thedoorkeeper.tumblr.com/
McNamara, Amy
Amy McNamara's novel Lovely, Dark, and Deep received the 2013 IRA Children?s and Young Adults' Book Award. Her poems have appeared in drunken boat, Versal, The Literary Review, and many other journals. You can visit her at amymcnamara.com.
McNamara, Mike
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
McNeal, Kelly
Kelly McNeal lives and works in NJ. She is an associate professor at William Paterson University. A selection of her recent work appears in Front Porch Review, Yellow Chair Review and Crack the Spine Literary Magazine.
McNerney, Joan
Again you may choose whichever one of these you like. I think there might be a mistake on my first submission today. Thank for this opportunity.
McQuoid, Sydney
Sydney is at home in nature which is a favorite theme of her poetry. PQ is where she has found a place to publish one or two of her poems beginning in every Poetry Quarterly published beginning in Spring 2018 through Summer 2019. Sydney writes poetry and tends to her flower garden where she finds inspiration daily. She lives and works as a career and life coach in Dallas, Texas.
Mead, Stephen
A resident of NY, Stephen Mead is a published artist, writer, maker of short collage-films and sound collage downloads Much can be learned of his multi-media work by placing the words Stephen Mead Art in any Google search engine. All that, and he still works a day job!
Medsker, Joshua
I was published by Poetry Quarterly, Haiku Journal, Penmen Review, Empty Mirror, Red Savina Review and other publications.
Meek, Ed
Ed Meek has had poems recently in The Sun, Chronogram and Spillway Magazine. His new book, Spy Pond, was published by Prolific Press. He lives in Somerville. Follow him at letsrethink.org and @emeek.
Megson, Sem
Sem Megson’s work has been published and produced in the United States, Britain, and Canada. For more information, visit semmegson.com.
Meier, Michelle
Michelle Meier is an writer, artist, and teacher from New York City. Her poetry and short fiction have recently appeared in The 2River View, Sleet Magazine and Otis Nebula. In 2011 she was a Pushcart Prize nominee.
Melchiorre, Judy
I have been published online locally as well as in VerseWrights. Two of my poems will appear in an anthology, Life in 10 Minutes, to be released in spring of 2017 by Chop Suey Press. I was published by Poetry Quarterly. I grew up in the near suburbs of New York City and presently reside in Richmond, Virginia. I am a active member of River City Poets, James River Writers and the Poetry Society of Virginia.
Mellen, Eric
Bio: Eric Mellen is a young freelance writer who currently writes poems and short stories. He has been published in poetry by Poetry Life and Times and Nostrovia! poetry. He also has a short story published by Cydonia Group Press. When he is not writing, he is working as a security guard or studying to under the psychology curriculum, and plans to one day become a clinical or research psychologist.
Melton, Bill
My writing began in early grade school with poetry, short stories and later essays, journals and novels, which many are yet unpublished. I am a retired sales executive and my heavy travel schedule became both a source and inspiration for much of my writing. Later in life I transitioned to writing free verse, haiku and other poetry forms. I found that these forms were even more rewarding avenues to express my feelings and my love of nature.
Mertz, Carole
Carole Mertz is the author of the poetry chapbook Toward a Peeping Sunrise (Prolific Press). Recent poems have appeared in Writing in a Woman's Voice, The Society of Classical Poets, The Ekphrastic Review, Eclectica, Muddy River Poetry Review, WestWard Quarterly, and elsewhere. Carole is the book review editor at Dreamers Creative Writing. She resides with her husband in Parma, Ohio.
Metz, Doug
I didn't choose writing. It chose me. I am a poet and short fiction author. I?ve been featured in a number of poetry anthologies, most recently including Scattered Voices: A Collection of Poems Shared by Strangers on the Internet published by Rotting Horse Publishing and an upcoming anthology surrounding the Fukushima disaster in Japan. DISCOVERING DULUOZ is my first published book of poetry.
Metzger, Stephen
Stephen Metzger writes, fishes, teaches, sings, kayaks in northern California.
Meyerhofer, Michael
Michael Meyerhofer?s third book, Damnatio Memoriae, won the Brick Road Poetry Book Contest. His previous books are Blue Collar Eulogies (Steel Toe Books) and Leaving Iowa (winner of the Liam Rector First Book Award). He has also published five chapbooks and is the Poetry Editor of Atticus Review. He has a fantasy series forthcoming in 2014. For more information, please visit troublewithhammers.com.
Meyrowitz, Alan
Alan Meyrowitz retired in 2005 after a career in computer research. His poetry has appeared in Eclectica, Existere, Front Range Review, Poetry Quarterly, The Storyteller, Vine Leaves Literary Journal, and others. In 2012 and 2015 the Science Fiction Poetry Association nominated his poems for a Dwarf Star Award.
Meyrowitz, Barbara
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Meyrowitz, Barbara
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Mezynski, Neila
Neila Mezynski is author of Glimpses and A Story from Scrambler Books; Dancer On Rock, Warriors from Deadly Chap Press; 2 pamphlets from Greying Ghost Press, Mondo Bummer; echapbooks from Radioactive Moat Press and Patasola Press; chapbooks from Folded Word Press, Nap, Mud Luscious Press. Mezynski is a Pushcart and Best Of The Net nominee.
Michalski, Penny
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Bradford Middleton is a 40-year old writer who currently resides in Brighton after coming of age in London and then being somewhat transient for a while during which he lived in both Surrey and Staffordshire. He has been writing for many years, in fact he won a school poetry competition when he was only ten years. It?s fair to say that since then his style has developed a uniqueness all of its own and now encompasses short stories and at least one novella so far.. He has so far attained the status of Contributing Poet at the Mad Swirl ,been published online at Horror Sleaze Trash and Deadbeats Literary Blog and will shortly have work featured at Foliate Oak Press. His novella, Dive, is currently under consideration at Black Coffee Press.
Milburn, Michael
Michael Milburn teaches English in New Haven, CT. His writing has appeared most recently in New England Review and Ploughshares.
Milenski, Paul
Miller, Andrew
Andrew Miller was born in Fresno, California. He presently lives in Copenhagen, Denmark, where he is an instructor of American and British literature and history at N?rre Gymnasium. In 2010, at the University of Copenhagen, he completed a PhD about the ekphrasis of photography in modern poetry. His poems have appeared in such journals as Hunger Mountain, The New Orleans Review, Rattle, Iron Horse Review and Ekphrasis.
Miller, Cameron
Cameron Miller is a Hoosier by birth, a preacher and writer by profession and an Episcopal priest by vocation. He is a published poet and his novel, "The Steam Room Diaries" will be published in late autumn 2015.
Miller, Dean
Dean K Miller, from Loveland, CO is a poet, author, editor, and freelance writer. His work has appeared in four-dozen magazines, anthologies, and ezines. Additionally he has published seven books. A retired air traffic controller, he enjoys fly fishing, golf, and reading. Learn more at www.theflyfishingpoet.com
Miller, Michael
A native of Fullerton, California, Michael Miller is the co-founder of Moon Tide Press and the author of College Town (Tebot Bach, 2010) and The First Thing Mastered (Tebot Bach, 2013). A longtime journalist, he has written for the Los Angeles Times and other publications and served as a judge for Poetry Out Loud and the San Diego Book Awards. He lives in Southern California.
Miller, Terry
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Mills, Andrew
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Minassian, Michael
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Mineo, Victoria
Minser, John
John Minser teaches writing at Northern Michigan University, where he has served as Associate Poetry Editor for Passages North. His work has appeared in DIAGRAM, Lifelines, Ghost Town, The Monarch Review, and others.
Misner, Caroline
Caroline was born in a country that at the time was known as Czechoslovakia. She immigrated to Canada in the summer of 1969. Her work has appeared in numerous consumer and literary journals in Canada, the USA and the UK. Her work has been nominated for the prestigious McClelland Steward Journey Prize as well as the Pushcart Prize. Her YA fantasy novel ?The Daughters of Eldox, Book 1: The Alicorn? (Whiskey Creek Press) has recently been released to rave reviews. Her new website is finally on
Mitchell, Christopher
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Mitchell, Mark J.
By way of a bio: Mark J. Mitchell studied writing at UC Santa Cruz under Raymond Carver, George Hitchcock and Barbara Hull. His work has appeared in various periodicals over the last thirty five years, as well as the anthologiesIt has also been nominated for both Pushcart Prizes and The Best of the Net. Good Poems, American Places,Hunger Enough, Retail Woes and Line Drives. Two full length collections are in the works: Lent 1999 is coming soon from Leaf Garden Press and This Twilight World
Mitchell, Rick
Mize, Jess
Jess Mize is a blonde-haired surfer girl from South Carolina. Her favourite author is Stephen King. She has been writing poetry since she was a teenager. She loves to drink and she loves her man. Vampire Weekend three albums in stores now.
Mobbs, Andrew
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Moglia, Greg
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Molotkov, A.
Born in Russia in 1968, A. Molotkov moved to the US in 1990 and switched to writing in English in 1993. His work has been published or accepted by The Kenyon Review, Mad Hatters Review, 2River, Identity Theory, Perihelion, and many others. Molotkov is winner of New Millennium Writings and Koeppel fiction awards, and Boone?s Dock Press poetry chapbook contest. He co-edits The Inflectionist Review and serves on the Board of Directors of Oregon Poetry Association. Molotkov?s new translation of an
Mondal, Sonnet
Sonnet Mondal is the author of six books of poetry and is the managing editor of the Enchanting Verses Literary Review, Editor of Best Poems Encyclopedia, Poetry Editor of The Abandoned Towers Magazine and the Sub Secretary Geneal of Asia Unit of Poetas Del Mundo.
Monday, Ralph
Ralph Monday is an Associate Professor of English at Roane State Community College in Harriman, TN., where he teaches composition, literature, and creative writing courses. In fall 2013 he had poems published in The New Plains Review, New Liberties Review, Fiction Week Literary Review, and was represented as the featured poet with 12 poems in the December issue of Poetry Repairs. In winter 2014 he had poems published in Dead Snakes. Summer 2014 had a poem in Contemporary Poetry: An Anthology of
Montag, Tom
Tom Montag is most recently the author of In This Place: Selected Poems 1982-2013. In 2015 he was the featured poet at Atticus Review (April) and Contemporary American Voices (August). Other recent poems will be found at Apeiron, Blue Heron, Hamilton Stone Review, The Homestead Review, Little Patuxent Review, Sand, Town Creek Poetry, Wilderness House Literary Review, and others. He blogs as The Middlewesterner and serves as Managing Editor of the Lorine Niedecker Monograph Series, What Region?
Montague, Milt
Montgomery, Jennifer
Jennifer Montgomery is a poet, writer, visual artist, storyteller, attorney, and pie baker who lives in the Connecticut woods with her daughter and two cats. She grew up in rural North Dakota but believes she has no discernible accent. She has lived in California, North Dakota, Scotland, Israel, and Connecticut. All of these places have influenced her life and writing. Her poems have appeared in Poetry Quarterly, Red Weather, Haiku Journal, Failed Haiku, and elsewhere. She has told numerous stories on stage, one of which is forthcoming on the Mouth-Off Storytelling podcast. She believes that truth is stranger than fiction and authenticity is the highest art form.
Moody, Devon
Originally from Southern California, Devon Moody completed her Masters of Literature at the University of St Andrews in Scotland. Her poetry has appeared in Measure, Writer?s Forum, and in The Ohio River Review. She currently lives in Lexington, Kentucky.
Moran, Ronald
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Morey-Collins, Jessica
Jessica Morey-Collins was born in Redlands, California. She currently lives in Taipei, Taiwan. Recent works have been published or are forthcoming in The Smoking Poet, The Literary Bohemian, Tin Canon, Subtopian Magazine and elsewhere. Jessica will begin work on her MFA at the University of New Orleans in the fall of 2014.

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