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Pollack, Frederick
Author of two book-length narrative poems, THE ADVENTURE and HAPPINESS, both published by Story Line Press. Collection of shorter poems, A POVERTY OF WORDS, published in 2015 by Prolific Press. Has appeared in Hudson Review, Salmagundi, Poetry Salzburg Review, Die Gazette (Munich), The Fish Anthology (Ireland), Representations, Magma (UK), Bateau, Chiron Review, etc. Online, poems have appeared in Big Bridge, Hamilton Stone Review, Diagram, BlazeVox, The New Hampshire Review, Mudlark, etc. R
Pollard, Amy
Amy Pollard is a poet, writer and student. Her work has appeared in Boston Literary Magazine, Emerge Literary Journal, Big River Poetry Review and others. For more information, visit https://amypollardwriter.wordpress.com/.
Poller, Aaron
The author was born in the Bronx, New York. He received a BA in English Literature at the University of Pennsylvania (1969) where he studied writing and poetry with Robert Mezey, Jean Garrigue and Daniel Hoffman. He is currently a Board Certified Psychiatric/Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist. He maintains a practice as a psychotherapist in Winston-Salem, N.C. where he also teaches mental health nursing at Winston-Salem State University.
POPE, GEOFF
A graduate of The University of Iowa and Centre College of Kentucky, Geoff M. Pope teaches English and communication courses for City University of Seattle. He also works as a copyeditor/proofreader for Elance.com and a copywriter for Grammar Girl. Geoff's poems have appeared in Four and Twenty, Barnwood, Bellowing Ark, and Spitball among several other publications. His first book, The Word in Question, was published in 2009 (WinePress).
Popenhagen, Diane
Popiel, Kristina
Kristina Popiel recently completed an MFA at Emerson College. Her works have appeared in the Unrorean, Three-Line Poetry, Dossier, and others. She lives in Boston and works in a non-profit healthcare research facility.
Poppy, Karen
Karen Poppy has work published or forthcoming in The Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide, ArLiJo, Wallace Stevens Journal, Parody Poetry Journal, and Voices de la Luna, among others. She has recently written her first novel, and is an attorney licensed in California and Texas. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Possemato, Frank
Born in Boston, I am the first generation in my family to attend college. I have earned a masters degree in writing from DartmouthCollege and my poetry and fiction have been published in the US and UK. With my brother, I am co-creator of the cult comedy show "Weymouth After Dark." For the last nine years I have taught literature and creative writing on the college level.
Post, Maryalicia
I am a journalist and travel writer based in Dublin, Ireland. My first long-form poem, a chronicle of the year after my husband died, won the Gerard Manley Hopkins International Poetry Competition. As 'After You', it was subsequently published in book format by Souvenir Press UK. Since then my five line tanka and six line cherita have regularly appeared in online and print journals. Other work has been published by Ogham Stone , Pangolin Review and Poetry Quarterly.
Post, Teresa
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Postel, Michael
Michael Postel is studying and writing poetry and short fiction in Brooklyn, NY. He is a food sustainability advocate when not writing. He has work previously published in Poetry Quarterly, Hudson View Poetry, Rose and Thorn Journal, Lowestoft Chronicles, and River Poets Journal.
Pova, Rosie
Rosie Pova is a mother of three, living in Garland, TX with her family where she writes children?s books and poetry, and works part time as an Instructor at Recreation Centers. She has four picture books published and some of her poerty work has appeared in literary magazines such as Burning Word and Haiku Journal. For more info visit her website: http://www.rosiepovapicturebooks.weebly.com
Powell, Lin
Lin Powell?s creative writing has been published in , , , , , , and other venues. She is retired from university teaching, writes poetry, and is working on a novel.
Powell, Perry
Perry L. Powell is a systems analyst who lives and writes near Atlanta, Georgia. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in A Handful of Stones, A Hundred Gourds, Atavic Poetry, Dead Snakes, Decades Review, Deep Water literary Journal, Frogpond, Haiku Presence, Indigo Rising, Lucid Rhythms, Mobius The Journal of Social Change, Poetry Pacific, Prune Juice, Quantum Poetry Magazine, Ribbons, small stones, The Blue Hour, The Camel Saloon, The Credo, The Foliate Oak, The Heron's Nest, The Innisfree P
Powell, Tyler
Powers, Jack
Jack Powers poems have appeared or are forthcoming in The Southern Review, Rattle, Poet Lore, Inkwell, The Cortland Review and elsewhere. He teaches special education and English at Joel Barlow High School in Redding, CT.
Powers, L. Elizabeth
L. Elizabeth Powers holds a M.F.A. from Wilkes University in Creative Writing. Her work has appeared in Red River Review, Poetry Quarterly, The Germ and Every Day Poets. She has also written and directed two award winning short films and has had short and full-length plays produced. She she is not writing she works as a graphic and video artist.
Powers, MP
M.P. Powers lives in Berlin, Germany. His poems have been published in The New York Quarterly, Rosebud, Existere, Main Street Rag, Third Wednesday, A Cappella Zoo and many other fine places.
Prasad, Reena
Reena Prasad is a poet from India, now based in Sharjah. She has several poems published in English anthology collections and also in online journals: Carty?s Poetry Journal, Indian Ruminations, Indian Review, Angle Journal, The Copperfield Review, First Literary Review-East, The Indian River Review etc.
Pravda, DL
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Prentiss, Sean
I am the editor of a forthcoming anthology on the craft of creative nonfiction. This book, The Far Edges of the Fourth Genre, is being published by Michigan State University Press. My essays, poems, and stories have appeared in Sycamore Review, ISLE, Ascent, River Styx, Spoon River, Nimrod, and many other journals. My essays have won Honorable Mention in The Atlantic Monthly?s Graduate Student Writing Contest and won Fugue?s nonfiction contest, and I have been awarded the Albert J. Colton Fellow
Prestridge, Samuel
Samuel Prestridge teaches English at the University of North Georgia. He has published previously in Poem, Appalachian Quarterly, The Red River Review, and The Southern Humanities Review. His first book, A Pebble's Worth of Riot, a Dog's Job of Work" is being passed about and over. He also plays acoustic blues and ragtime in local bars in Athens, Georgia, under an assumed name.
Price, Bruce
Bruce Deitrick Price is an author, artist, poet, and education activist. He?s the founder of Improve-Education.org and has 300 education articles on web. His books are: ?Into The Unknown? (nonfiction), ?Ralph? (novel), ?American Dreams? (novel), ?Too Easy? (novel), and ?The Education Enigma? (essays).? ?Too Easy? is noteworthy because published by Simon & Schuster (in 1994) and translated into French, German, and Dutch. It was hailed by Kinky Friedman as ?the unwed mother of all page turne
Prickett, Alicia
Prindle, Sarah
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Pring-Mill, David
David Pring-Mill is a writer and award-winning filmmaker. His poems have been published in Poetry Quarterly, Boston Literary Magazine, Eunoia Review, Crack the Spine Literary Magazine, and East Coast Literary Review. Follow him online: @davesaidso, pring-mill.com.
Pritchard, Marilee
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Priya, Vishnu
E. Vishnupriya Bangalore, India Bougainvillea is her first collection of English poems published by Cyberwit.net. Her poems were also published in Muse India,Poetry Quarterly,Contemporary Literary Review India,Best poems encyclopedia.com, www.poetry.com.She lives in Bangalore. She can be reached at vishnupriya.e28@gmail.com
Pryor, Elle
I have had short stories and poetry published in South Jersey Underground, Coe Review, Poetry Quarterly, Used Gravitrons, The Journal, The New Writer and The Cannon's Mouth.
Puri, Neel
Name: Neel Puri Address: 350 Noxontown Road, Middletown DE, 19709 High School: St. Andrew's School of Delaware School Website: standrews-de.org High School Graduation: 2016 English Teacher: Ms. Katherine Crowley Teacher's Email: kcrowley@standrews-de.org
Pyke, Cliff
I was born in Syracuse, New York in 1958 to Wesley and Charlotte. I started writing my feelings down in poetic form during my early teen years, then, at some point I strayed from writing. I stored my blue folder away, with all my attempts within, way up in the attic and forgot about them for many years. I followed my musical side for a while. But as luck will have it, the need to write struck me again, so I got the (now old) blue folder out and went through it, and I found once again that need to write. So here I am, Cliff Pyke.
Qian, Helen
I am a student at Richard Montgomery High School, and I love exploring the intricacies of literature, poetry, and art. I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Raffetto, John
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Ragg, Edward
Edward Ragg is a poet, literary critic, wine writer and wine educator based in Beijing, China. His poems have appeared in Aesthetica, Acumen, Agenda, Critical Quarterly, PN Review, Seam, The New Writer and selections from his work have also been anthologized in New Poetries IV (Carcanet, 2007) and May Anthologies (Cambridge, 2001). He is Associate Professor of English at Tsinghua University, where he teaches literature in English and is also founding the university's first wine programme
Raithel, Tom
Tom Raithel retired six years ago from a 30-year career in journalism. He grew up in Milwaukee, Wis., and today lives with his wife, Theresa, and two dogs in Evansville, Ind. His poems have appeared in The Southern Review, The Midwest Quarterly, Atlanta Review, Poetry East, and Southern Poetry Review and elsewhere.
Rajan, Rinzu
Rinzu's muse is the universe and its people. She is a Pushcart nominee for the year 2013 Her work has been featured in The Penwood review, The Red River review, The Ottawa arts review, Muse India and elsewhere. She is the content editor for Kalyani magazine. She does research to earn her bread and butter and blogs at www.rinzurajan.blogspot.in.
Rakhman, Lana
Lana Rakhman was born in Kiev, Ukraine, but currently lives in Chicago. She has current poems published or forthcoming in Harpur Palate, Salamander, Otis Nebula, Psychic Meatloaf, Jet Fuel Review, Poetry South, Grey Sparrow Journal, Main Street Rag, Rougarou, and others. She is the poetry editor for the literary journal TriQuarterly Online.
RALPH, BILL
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Rashley, Laura
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Ratcliffe, Michael
Michael Ratcliffe is a geographer in the Baltimore-Washington region. His poetry has appeared most recently in Free State Review, The Copperfield Review, and Deep South Magazine. He can be found on-line at http://skiminocycle.blogspot.com and on facebook at Michael Ratcliffe's Poetry.
Rath, Abhishek
Abhishek Rath,Age-21 years, a native of INDIA.He has been published in 20 different national and international journals till date.His poems have been published in journals like Wilderness house Literary review, Aaduna,Ranfurly Journal,I english International Journal and many national journals. He has won two international poetry competitions conducted by Ekphrasis(4th position) and Night Publishing,UK(1st position)
Ratliff, Marcia
Marcia is a student at Winona State University. She is studying English and Spanish. Her work has been published in Satori, the Winona State annual literary magazine.
Ravindran, Anushka
Anushka Ravindran is a teen writer from Colorado. Her passion for writing earned her the opportunity to be the Student Editor for the July-August 2014 issue of ParentEdge magazine, where she conducted interviews and research to sculpt into informative articles. When she isn't glued to a computer screen, she spends her time playing the piano, singing, or doing math. She is currently trying to expand her online teen travel magazine, Piazza on the Move.
Ray, Dawn
Dawn Ray has enjoyed a career as a Registered Nurse for more than 20 years. She writes for the pleasure of writing. Previous works have been published in Amaranthine Muses and Poetry Quarterly.
Rayne, Lia
My pen name is Lia Rayne and I am a 30 year old genderfluid poet. I have been writing poetry for 13 years and I have been published 3 times so far. My life goal is to write/publish my own book of poetry and have it published!
Reardon, Patrick T.
Redick, Carl
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Redman, Mary
Mary Redman is a retired high school English teacher who currently supervises student teachers for two local universities. She is an active member of the Writers Center in Indianapolis and has taken classes with the current Indiana Poet Laureate, Shari Wagner and with poet, Kyle Craig. She has recently had poems published in Flying Island and Three Line Poetry. She volunteers as a docent at the Indianapolis Museum of Art.
Reese, Michele
I am an associate professor of English at the University of South Carolina Sumter and the director for the South Carolina Center for Oral Narration. My first book of poetry Following Phia was published by WordTech Editions. My poetry has appeared in The Paris Review, Poet's Lore, and Smartish Pace.
Reitz, Dorothy
Dorothy lives in Manhattan, where she writes and does earth science research. She is originally from the Philadelphia area, and has lived in Arizona, DC, Newark, North Carolina, and France. She has a PhD in physics.
Reneau, jr., Henry 7.
henry 7. reneau, jr. writes words in fire to wake the world ablaze: free verse that breaks a rule every day, illuminated by his affinity for disobedience, a phoenix-red & gold immolation that blazes from his heart, like a chambered bullet exploding through cause to implement effect. He is the author of the poetry collection, freedomland blues (Transcendent Zero Press) and the e-chapbook, physiography of the fittest (Kind of a Hurricane Press), now available from their respective publishers. Additionally, he has self-published a chapbook entitled 13hirteen Levels of Resistance, and is currently working on a book of connected short stories. His work was nominated for the Pushcart Prize by LAROLA.
Reneau, jr., Henry 7.
henry 7. reneau, jr. has been published in various journals and anthologies, among them, Tryst Magazine; Nameless Magazine; The Chaffey Review; Blue Moon Literary & Art Review; Pachuco Children Hurl Stones; BlazeVOX 2KX; FOLLY Magazine; The View From Here; The Ophidian; and hardpan: a journal of poetry. He has also self-published a chapbook entitled 13hirteen Levels of Resistance. His favorite things are Rottweilers, books of relevance to reality, his ?fixie? bike, and Ben & Jerry?s New York Sup
Reyes, Raymund
Raymund P. Reyes teaches English in Colegio de San Juan de Letran in Manila. He has published his poetry and short fiction in various literary journals and anthologies in his native Philippines.
Rhee, Simon
I am a published poet writing out of San Diego, California. I love to surf, read and write.
Rhodes, Allison
Allison Rhodes hails from Victoria, Canada. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and Psychology, as well as a Bachelor of Education. Presently, she works as an English teacher. She also maintains a longstanding love of dance, and, to this day, continues to keep a canvas-slipper-clad foot in that door. Her writing has appeared both online and in print.
Rice, Jaine
Rice, Patrick
I am a part-time writer, part-time therapist, and full time writerpist in Seattle, Washington. My work is pending publication in the upcoming fall 2013 edition of Emerge Literary Journal and the fall 2013 edition of Paper Nautilus.
Richard, Rose
Rose Richard was born in Lafayette, Indiana. She now lives in Chicago, Illinois, and co-edits Edda Literary Arts Magazine.
Richardson, Ben
Ben Richardson is a student of philosophy in Nashville, TN. He enjoys bicycling and escaping, and perhaps the two activities will meld well together when finances run dry.
Riddell, Amy
Amy Riddell is the author of Bullets in the Jewelry Box, a full-length poetry collection published by FutureCycle Press, and of Narcissistic Injury, a chapbook published by Pudding House Press. Her poems have appeared in Kentucky Review, Prairie Schooner, Black Warrior Review, Birmingham Poetry Review, Prick of the Spindle, and Blue Fifth Review, among other journals.




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