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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. Her creative nonfiction has appeared in Hinterland. She has told numerous stories on stage and has been featured 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 is a California expat currently living in Taipei, Taiwan. Her poems can be found in ILK, Metazen, Vinyl Poetry, The North American Review and elsewhere.
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.
Morris, Aaron
Aaron Morris is an MFA Fiction candidate at Old Dominion University and works full time as an aerospace engineer at the NASA Langley Research Center. He writes poems and fiction set in harsh landscapes with damaged characters. He is currently working on a satirical novel as well as a hybrid genre memoir.
Morris, Cecil
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Morris, Janet
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Morris, Jimmy
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Morrison, Wynne
This is a submission in response to your call for 5-line "sexually charged" poems. Thank you very much for considering it, Wynne
Moser, Dalenna
Dalenna Moser is an MFA candidate at Chatham University. Her poetry has been published or is forthcoming in Grey Sparrow Journal, Coal Hill Review, Weave, Poetry Quarterly, Schuylkill Valley Journal and Blast Furnace.
Moss, Glenn
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Moss, Richard
Richard Wilson Moss is a prolific writer of poetry from Virginia's Chesapeake Bay, grandfather, father, and husband. Richard has toiled many years in a blue collar world, ready to enjoy retirement in 2014. Retirement just means more time for poetry and family.
Mottla, Kristina
Kristina Mottla's poems have appeared in Barnstorm, Hartskill Review, San Diego Poetry Annual, Potomac Review, and elsewhere. She has a BA and an MFA. Her poetry chapbook On Either Side of Rain is forthcoming from Finishing Line Press. Find her on Twitter: @KristinaMottla.
Moul, Keith
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Mounsef, Donia
Short Bio: Donia Mounsef grew up in Lebanon, lived in Connecticut and in every major city in Canada. She is a bilingual poet (French, English), dramaturge and performance theorist. Her work has been published in The Toronto Quarterly, The Labor of Love, Yes Poetry, Gutter Eloquence, Poetry Quarterly; her poetry has been performed on stages in Toronto, Vancouver, and Edmonton where she lives and teaches poetry, drama and performance studies at the University of Alberta.
Muñoz, Helena
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Muholland, Joseph
Bio: Joseph Mulholland was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He dropped out of the California College of the Arts and moved to San Juan, Puerto Rico in 2006. In 2010 he obtained a B.A. in Latin American Literature from the Universidad de Puerto Rico. His poetry has been accepted for publication in Burning Word, the next issue of Anomalous Press (under the pseudonym Oswald del Noce) and Subliminal Interiors.
Mukhedkar, Aparna
I am a freelance writer who enjoys writing and reading poetry, fiction, travelogues and non-fiction. My work has been published in the following: -Poetry Quarterly -The Criterion -Foliate oak literary magazine -trifter travel -authspot.com I enjoy painting, travelling all over the world, yoga and reiki.
Mukherjee, Dipika
Dipika Mukherjee's poetry collection, The Palimpsest of Exile, was published by Rubicon Press (Canada). Her poem Shanghai Shorts was a Fish Poetry Prize finalist (2010) and she has performed at Poetry Out Loud! at the Shanghai Literary Festival, China; Huis van de Po?zie in Utrecht, Netherlands; The Seksan Reading Series in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; Hideout in Austin, Texas; The Sugar Factory, in Amsterdam, Netherlands; and the Iowa Summer Writing Festival. More at dipikamukherjee.com
Mullen, Erin
Erin Mullen is currently a student at Queen?s University in Kingston, Ontario. She has always had a passion for writing in all forms, and draws inspiration from personal, often familial, relationships. Erin has recently been published by the League of Canadian Poets, CommuterLit, the Poetry Institute of Canada, and other sources.
Mullen, Rene
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Muniz, Louisa
Louisa Muniz is a freelance writer and a reading/writing tutor. She lives in Sayreville, NJ. She is a recent retired reading specialist and takes pride in having been a National Board Certified teacher who traveled to China to learn about their educational system. She has a Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Kean University. Her work has been published in Rose Red Review, Tinderbox Journal, Words Dance, The Snapdragon Journal & Menacing Hedge.
Muranaka, Daryl
Daryl Muranaka lives with his family in New England. In his spare time, he enjoys aikido and tai chi chuan and exploring his children’s dual heritages. He has written one book of poems, Hanami, and two chapbooks, The Minstrel of Belmont and Leading the Beast Home.
Murphy, Christina
Christina Murphy lives and writes in a 100 year-old house along the Ohio River. Her poetry is an exploration of consciousness as subjective experience, and her most recent work appears in the anthologies Let The Sea Find Its Edges, edited by the distinguished Australian poet, Michael Fitzgerald-Clarke, and Remaking Moby-Dick edited by Trish Harris.
Murphy, Joseph
Dear Editors, Please consider this poem for Poetry Quarterly. I am a professional editor and writer who lives in Michigan. I have had poetry published in a number of journals, including The Tower Journal, Waterways and The Broad River Review. I am also a poetry editor for a online publication, Halfway Down the Stairs. Thanks for considering my poetry! Joseph Murphy 7267 Lochmoor Dr Ypsilanti, MI 48197 penacookave@gmail.com
Murphy, Mark
Mark A. Murphy?s first full length collection, Night-watch Man & Muse was published in November 2013 from Salmon Poetry (Eire). Murphy?s poems have been published in over 100 magazines and ezines in 17 different countries world wide.
Murphy, Rich
Rich Murphy?s credits include books, Americana Prize Americana 2013 winner by The Institute for American Studies and Popular Culture. The Apple in the Monkey Tree (Codhill Press) and Voyeur 2008 Gival Press Poetry Award (Gival Press); chapbooks, Great Grandfather (Pudding House Press), Family Secret (Finishing Line Press), Hunting and Pecking (Ahadada Books), Rescue Lines (Right Hand Pointing), Phoems for Mobile Vices (BlazeVox) and Paideia (Aldrich Press).
Murray, Maria
Dear Mr. Lyvers: Here's the fifth poem. Best wishes, M. E. Murray
Murray, Reginald
I was published by Poetry Quarterly. I am a freelance author and poet. To relieve my idleness, I enjoy writing short stories and poems. I hope to touch one's life in a positive way.
Muslim, Kristine
Kristine Ong Muslim is the author of the flash fiction collection, We Bury the Landscape (Queen's Ferry Press, 2012). Her online home is http://kristinemuslim.weebly.com/
Nagel, M.f.
Author m. f. nagel Bio I was born in Anchorage Alaska. My mother was a gifted storyteller. My Eyak and Athabaskan heritage gave me a love of poetry. I now live and write near the banks of the Matanuska river in the Palmer Butte, Alaska where the moose, the raven, the wild berries and dog roses provide an unending source of inspiration.
Nahill, Art
I am an American physician/writer currently living in New Zealand and have previously published in both countries including Poetry, Poetry NZ,Harvard Review, Tar River Poetry, and Rattle among others. My first book-length collection, entitled A Long Commute Home has been published in New Zealand and is available as an ebook as well.
Naik, Mangesh
Mangesh Naik lives and works in Pune, India .
Nall, Kim
Kim Nall graduated from the University of North Texas in 2012, where one of her chief privileges was studying poetry under B.H. Fairchild. She currently resides in Lewisville, TX, working as a technical editor and writing poetry, fiction, and music.
Navarro Ulriksen, Ada
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Nazarene, Robert
ROBERT NAZARENE founded MARGIE / The American Journal of Poetry and IntuiT House Poetry Series which published the winning volume for the National Book Critics Circle award in poetry for 2006. His first volume of poems is CHURCH (2006). A new collection, Bird In The Street, is new in 2016. His poetry has been published in AGNI, Iowa Review, The Journal of the American Medical Association, Ploughshares, Plume, Salmagundi and else- where. He was educated at the McDonough School of Busin
Nelson, Greg
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Newberry, Martina Reisz
Martina Reisz Newberry’s most recent books are NEVER COMPLETELY AWAKE (Deerbrook Editions 2017) and TAKE THE LONG WAY HOME (Unsolicited Press 2017). She is the author of WHERE IT GOES (Deerbrook Editions), LEARNING BY ROTE (Deerbrook Editions) and RUNNING LIKE A WOMAN WITH HER HAIR ON FIRE: Collected Poems (Red Hen Press). rnShe has been widely published in literary magazines (including Poetry Quarterly) in the U.S. and abroad. Passionate in her love for Los Angeles and for her husband, Brian Newberry, a Media Creative, Martina lives there with him.rn
Newell, Michael L.
Michael L. Newell was a long time expatriate teacher (over twenty years) who has recently retired to coastal Oregon after living in thirteen other countries on five continents. He has also lived in thirteen of the United States. His work has been published in, among other places, Aethlon: The Journal of Sports Literature, Bellowing Ark, Culture Counter, Ship of Fools, Lilliput Review, and Rattle. He has had a number of books and chapbooks published. Among them are Traveling without Compass o
Newhouse, Amy
Amy Newhouse is a defeated middle school teacher living in Virginia with her husband and two cats.
Newman, KG
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Newman, Kyle
Nichols, James
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Nickerson, Alyssa
Alyssa Nickerson was born twenty-three years ago in Vancouver, British Columbia. She was afflicted at birth with a prolific case of wanderlust, and travels extensively. She is currently planning to move to Savannah, Georgia, to transfer to the Savannah College of Art and Design.
Nicola, James B.
Widely published on both sides of the Atlantic, James B. Nicola has several poetry awards and nominations to his credit, with recent or upcoming poems in the Southwest, Atlanta, and Lullwater Reviews and Rattle. His nonfiction book Playing the Audience won a Choice award. His first full-length poetry collection, Manhattan Plaza, has just been released; his second, Stage to Page: Poems from the Theater, will be out in 2016. More at sites.google.com/site/jamesbnicola.
Nielsen, Ayaz daryl
Nielsen, Ayaz daryl
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Nordlund, Victoria
Victoria Nordlund received her MALS from Wesleyan University. She teaches creative writing at Rockville High School in Vernon, CT. She is also an adjunct professor at the University of Connecticut. Her work is published in Pank Magazine, Gone Lawn, Eunoia Review, Ghost Proposal, and Amaryllis. She is the 2016 NEATE New England Poet of the Year.rn
Nordstrom, Robert
Robert Nordstrom is a Wisconsin poet, free-lance writer and school bus driver. Recent poetry has appeared in Verse Wisconsin, Rosebud, Stoneboat and Main Street Rag.
Norgang, Thom
Thom Norgang enjoys writing short poems and haiku, lives in a small town in coastal Maine, and believes that "if you are lucky enough to live by the sea, you are lucky enough". His poems have been published in Haiku Journal, Presence, tinywords, Boston Literary Magazine, and Big River Poetry Review.
Norton, Timothy
Thank you for considering my submission. Thank you for providing a wonderful venue for the best poetry out there. I would be grateful to be accepted in your publication. I also share your passion for the importance of poetry. It fills a very personal and human space for discourse. The conversations between writers and readers is a strong one, and I agree that poets must stick together to keep the dialog alive. Sincerely, Tim Norton
Novotney, Jennifer
A native of Los Angeles, California, Jennifer Novotney earned a B.A. in Journalism from California State University and an M.A. in English from Northern Arizona University. Her poems have appeared in United States and United Kingdom publications such as Down in the Dirt, Poetry Quarterly, Inclement: Poetry for the Modern Soul, Daily Love, Direction Magazine, Platform Magazine and Full Moon Press. jennifernovotney.com
Null, T.R.
Born in New York City, TR Null is a reader, writer, and traveler currently based in Scotland. TR's work is forthcoming in several other journals as of spring 2012, including Sierra Nevada Review, The Istanbul Review, and Bellow Literary Journal.

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