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Schwartz, Greg
Greg Schwartz works in a cubicle by day and chases his two kids around in the evening. Sometimes he even finds time to write. Some of his poems have appeared in Cold Mountain Review, New York Quarterly, Writers' Journal, and Modern Haiku. When time was more plentiful, he was the staff cartoonist for SP Quill Magazine and a book reviewer for Whispers of Wickedness.
Scopa, Domenic
Domenic James Scopa is a two-time Pushcart Prize nominee and 2014 recipient of the Robert K. Johnson Poetry Prize and Garvin Tate Merit Scholarship. His work was selected in a contest hosted by Missouri State University Press to be included in their anthology Proud to Be: Writing by American Warriors, volume 3. He is a student of the Vermont College of Fine Arts MFA Program, where he studies poetry and translation. He is also a staff writer for the literary journal Verse-Virtual, a book reviewer
Scott, Andrew
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Scott, Claire
Claire Scott is an award winning poet who has been nominated twice for the Pushcart Prize. Her work has been accepted by the Atlanta Review, Bellevue Literary Review, Healing Muse and Vine Leaves Literary Journal among others. Her first book of poetry, Waiting to be Called, was published in 2015. She is the co-author of Unfolding in Light: A Sisters’ Journey in Photography and Poetry.
Scully, Bobbi
B.E. Scully lives in the woods of Oregon with a variety of human and animal companions. She is the author of the critically acclaimed Gothic novel Verland: The Transformation; other published work, interviews, and odd scribblings can be found at bescully.com
Scully, Ron
mockingbird mimicsrn crickets and deerticksrn rusted cow bellrn*****rnrnmockingbird knows by heartrn the lovebirds' soundtrackrn "say anything"rnrn*****rnrnmockingbird resoundsrn jittery squirrel, darting sparrowsrn grasshopperrn and field mousern in their native tonguesrn*****rnrn
Sealy, Lauren
I received my MA in English at Carnegie Mellon University. I live in Pittsburgh, PA.
Sedlacek, LB
L.B. Sedlacek has had poems published in numerous publications such as "Main Street Rag," "Pure Francis," "Big Pulp," "The Copperfield Review," "Sea Stories," "RiverLit," and others. She is the author of 10 chapbooks, publishes a free newsletters resource for poets, "The Poetry Market Ezine," and is a former Poetry Editor for "ESC! Magazine."
Segal, Edwin
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Sell, Robert
R.V. Sell lives and is stubbornly still employed at a utility service in Illinois. He?s a self-taught, ?weekend poet? who writes from a Midwestern ?blue-collar? perspective but was culturally enlightened while living in Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia, in the immediate aftermath of Perestroika.? Robert says he tries to write in language that is simple, blunt, and cutting. Publishing credits: The Centrifugal Eye and others pending.
Seltzer, Bob
For Summer Issue -- "5 Sexual Lines for Summer"
Sengupta, Oindri
Oindri Sengupta, 25 years of age, from India is a postgraduate in English from Calcutta University, Kolkata, West Bengal.She is mostly influenced by Bengali, English, French, Spanish and German literature. Her poetry has appeared in many national and international journals like, Muse India, Kritya, Decanto, Chiron Review, Hudson View, Istanbul Literary Review etc. Her collection of poetry has been also adapted to a play.
Senser, Daniel
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Serea, Claudia
Claudia Serea is a Romanian-born poet with work published in Field, New Letters, Gravel, Prairie Schooner, The Mahalat Review, Asymptote, RHINO, and elsewhere. She has published five poetry collections, most recently Twoxism, a poetry-photography collaboration with Maria Haro (8th House Publishing, 2018). Serea is a founding editor of National Translation Month and a co-host of The Williams Poetry Readings series in Rutherford, NJ. She writes and translates on her commute between New Jersey and New York.
Sevcenko, Melanie
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Sgro, Ashley
Ashley Sgro has always been infatuated with words and writing. As an avid reader and eternal writer, she dedicates her free time to composing poetry and flash fiction. Ashley currently lives in New Jersey. Visit her at ashleysgro.com.
Shapiro, Marian
Sharman, Penny
I am an artist and poet, I`ve been writing poems for over 15 years and gradually developing. I am inspired by nature and the cosmos and human relationships. I have an abstract and surreal style grounded in the love of creating detailed images that take you off the page. I have an MA in Creative writing from Edge Hill University, UK. My pamphlet Fair Ground and my collection Swim With Me In Deep Water are available to purchase from my website: pennysharman.co.uk
Sharp, Cynthia
Cynthia Sharp has been published and broadcast internationally. Her work has appeared in numerous literary journals such as Poetry Quarterly, Three Line Poetry, Haiku Journal, 50 Haikus, Haiku Journal, Dual Coast Magazine, Contemporary Verse 2, untethered, Toasted Cheese and Street Light Press, among others. She is the author of the community workshop book, How to Write Poetry, and the editor of Poetic Portions, a compilation of poems and recipes honouring Earth Day. She lives on the west coast where she enjoys the exquisite beauty of nature.
Shepard, Caroline
Caroline Shepard is a poet and public school teacher in New York City.
Sheridan, Gerald
I am returning to the world of literature after a long absence; a world that I have always regretted leaving. I entered the literary world as a poet, but now I am expanding my "box" to include prose. I work as my math teacher alter-ego in the Southern Tier of Upstate New York while I delve back into this beautifully ethereal world. In 1998 & 1999, I had a few poems published in the Corning Community College Annual, SCOP (Corning, NY), including "Sunday Worship," "6:00 in the Morning," "Scent of a Rose," and a couple that have been rewritten. Although I am still new to this world again, "Meadows" and "Absent Waves (Revisited)" have been published in Poetry Quarterly's Summer 2017 (Issue #30) and Fall 2017 (Issue #31) editions, respectively; and most recently, "Blue Ridge Ornithology" has been accepted by The Helix Magazine and will appear in their Spring 2018 issue.
Sheridan, J.lynn
J.lynn Sheridan poems and writes fiction in the Chain O? Lakes area of northern Illinois where she lives with her scruffy construction-guy husband and children, but she?d rather live in an old hardware store for the aroma, ambiance, and possibilities. Her poems can most recently be found in Beyond the Dark Room (an international poetry anthology), a Poetic Bloomings? anthology, Em-Dash Literary Journal, Garbanzo Literary Magazine, and Four and Twenty. She is currently working on her first n
Shook, Steffi
Shuff, Z
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Shultz, David
David F. Shultz writes from Toronto, ON, where he also works as a teacher. His poems and stories have appeared in publications including Polar Borealis, 49th Parallels, The Haiku Journal, Dreams and Nightmares, Three Line Poetry, The Literary Hatchet, and the Lovecraft eZine, among others.
Simmons, Dan
Danny Earl Simmons is an Oregonian and a proud graduate of Corvallis High School. He has loved living in the Mid-Willamette Valley for over 30 years. He is a friend of the Linn-Benton Community College Poetry Club and is as active member of the Albany Civic Theater. His poems have been published or are forthcoming in various journals such as Naugatuck River Review, Avatar Review, Burningword, Pirene's Fountain, and Verse Wisconsin.
Simmons, Jon
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Simon, Mareyna
I am bad at bios and biology.
Simon, Terri
Terri Simon has degrees from Sarah Lawrence College (Writing/Literature) and Virginia Tech (Computer Science) and works in IT. Her poetry chapbook, “Ghosts of My Own Choosing,” has recently been published by Flutter Press. Her work has appeared in "Three Line Poetry", “Black Mirror Magazine,” “Jellyfish Whispers”, “Mused,” “Rat’s Ass Review,” and others, as well as the anthologies “A Mantle of Stars: A Queen of Heaven Devotional,” “Secrets and Dreams,” and “Switch (The Difference).” She received honorable mention in Kind of a Hurricane Press’ Editor’s Choice for 2015. Along with writing, her interests include spirituality, fountain pens, hand drums, and gaming.
Simpson, Lucy
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Simpson, Mark
Mark Simpson?s work has appeared in a number of magazines. His book, A Poised World, won the Rhea & Seymour Gorsline Poetry Competiton from Bedbug Press in 2008. He works in Seattle as writer for an instructional design firm.
Sims, Wesley
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Singer, Ian
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Singer, Ron
Poems by Ron Singer (www.ronsinger.net) have appeared in many publications, and some have been anthologized or set to music. He has published five books, and he recently completed three trips to Africa for a sixth, Uhuru Revisited: Interviews with Pro-Democracy Leaders (forthcoming). His serial thriller, Geistmann, is available at jukepopserials.com, and his work has twice been nominated for Pushcart Prizes.
Singleton, Sharron
Before turning to poetry I worked for many years as a social worker, fundraiser and community organizer around issues of poverty, civil rights and the anti-nuclear war movement. My chapbook, "A Thin Thread of Water" was published last fall and I have had poems published in Agni, Rattle, The Spoon River Poetry Review and the Atlanta Review, among others. I teach poetry in my small rural Virginia town and through an on-line workshop. I'm an avid gardener and am married with two children and
Sipp, Joshua
Siteman, Chris
Born in Boston, Chris Siteman grew up in a blue collar, predominantly Irish-Catholic, family. In 2007 Chris received his MFA from Emerson College. Since Aug. of 2010 he?s been pursuing his JD at Suffolk Law. He?s taught in Suffolk University?s English Dept., Lesley University?s Humanities Dept. and Boston University?s Undergrad. Writing Program. His work is forthcoming in Poetry Ireland Review, The Potomac and 5 Poetry Journal, and has recently appeared in PostPoetry Magazine and Anomalous.
Skahill, Thomas
Thomas Skahill is a poet living in Los Angeles, California. He has been featured in journals such as Inscape, Circus of Indie Artists, and 521.
Skolnik, Fred
Fred Skolnik is the author of The Other Shore (Aqueous Books, 2011). His second novel, Death, was published by Spuyten Duyvil in 2015. His stories, essays and poems have appeared in over 150 journals. Under a pen name, he also published two novels in 2014: Rafi's World and The Links in the Chain.
Sloan, David
A graduate of the University of Southern Maine?s Stonecoast MFA Poetry Program, David Sloan teaches in Maine?s only Waldorf high school. He is the author of two books on teaching: Stages of Imagination: Working Dramatically with Adolescents, and Life Lessons: Reaching Teenagers through Literature. His poetry has appeared most recently in The Barefoot Review, The Broome Review, The Caf? Review, Carpe Articulum, Innisfree, The Naugatuck River Review, The Northern New England Revi
Small, Marya
I am a fledgling poet, rediscovering my love of poetic expression after a very long hiatus during which I was extremely busy raising my children and working as a nurse. I reside in the southern part of New Jersey, where I am privileged to live in an area which is tranquil and pretty, perfect for creative inspiration.
Smallwood, Carol
Carol Smallwood co-edited (Molly Peacock, foreword) Women on Poetry: Tips on Writing, Teaching and Publishing by Successful Women Poets McFarland, 2012; Compartments: Poems on Nature, Femininity and Other Realms was nominated for the Pushcart; Divining the Prime Meridian, forthcoming from Wordtech Editions.
Smith, Bex
I'm a mother of boys based in Abertridwr, South Wales. My writing focuses mainly on the rewilding of the valleys landscape and people following the closure of the heavy industry that was once the primary cultural and geographical shaper of the environment. I'm also influenced by the day to day of having and raising children, balancing full time work & parenting with 'me time', and a keen interest in the environmental issues our modern world creates.
Smith, Derek
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Smith, Dorsia
Smith, Erin
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Smith, Stephanie
Stephanie Smith is a poet and writer from Scranton, Pennsylvania. Her work has appeared in such publications as PIF MAGAZINE, STRONG VERSE, ILLUMEN, and LIQUID IMAGINATION. She is the author of the poetry chapbook, DREAMS OF DALI (Flutter Press, 2010).
Sokolsky, Helen Leslie
Helen Leslie Sokolsky's poems have appeared in a number of publications including The California Poetry Quarterly, Poet Lore, Poetry Canada Review, Seven Circle Magazine, The Poetry Review (PSA), Confrontation, and the Meridian Anthology of Contemporary Poetry. Her chapbook of poems, Two Side of a Ticket, was published by Finishing Line Press in 2014, and she has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize twice. Helen won 3rd place for her poem, The Coat, in the 2012 Tom Howard / John Reid Winning Writers Contest, and received a letter of recognition from the executive director of New York Cares for that poem. In 2016, she was a finalist in the Atlanta Review?s International Poetry Competition. A retired NYC Special Education teacher, Helen has worked as a volunteer in a shelter for women and the Lighthouse for the Blind. She lives with her husband in upper-Manhattan near Fort Tryon Park.
Solomon, Gerald
Dear Editor, I should be glad if you would kindly consider for publication the poem below. Magazines that have accepted my work: The Baltimore Review, Illuminations, The Paterson Literary Review, The Printer's Devil, The New Writer, Essence, Decanto, The Monarch Review, Stickman Review,The Muse, Barnwood International Magazine, Epiphany, Best Poems, Avatar, Ottawa Arts Review, Clockhouse Review, Poetica, Frostwriting, Revival Literary Journal, The Writer's Literary Muse. In t
Solonche, J.R.
J.R. Solonche is a four-time Pushcart Prize as well as a Best of the Net nominee who has been publishing in magazines, journals, and anthologies since the early 70s. He is coauthor of PEACH GIRL: POEMS FOR A CHINESE DAUGHTER (Grayson Books). His full-length collection, BEAUTIFUL DAY, is forthcoming from Deerbrook Editions.
Sonnenschein, Richard
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Sood, Megha
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Sorce, Tyler
Tyler Sorce is an American poet and fiction writer from Pennsylvania. His most recent work can be seen in Poetry Quarterly.
Sorensen, Braja
I am a?writer, author, poet, photographer,?a home-brewed gourmand & cow lover?hailing from the beaches of Australia. I?ve?lived in on the banks of the Ganges in Mayapur, West Bengal, since the turn of the century.?Lost & Found in India?was my first published mainstream book (2013, Hay House International), the second is?Mad & Divine?(2015). I'm at www.brajasorensen.com, or my Amazon Author's Page http://tinyurl.com/kfy3ygm
Sorestad, Glen
Glen Sorestad is a long-time Canadian poet who lives in Saskatoon. His poems have been published in many parts of the world and have appeared in translation in eight languages.
Spain, James
My poetry is simply inspired by my love of family, history and nature. I was born and raised in New Hampshire and still reside here with my family. I enjoy creating short stories and poetry. I graduated from Southern New Hampshire University with my Master's Degree in Business Administration and have enjoyed a career in the Consumer Food Industry for over three decades.
Spenst, Kevin
Kevin Spenst's prose can be found in the anthology Can't Lit: Fearless Fiction from Broken Pencil, the Martian Press Review, Pages of Canada, Only Magazine and Hacksaw Zine. In 2011 a creative non-fiction piece will appear in the national anthology Side Effects. (Brindle & Glass) His poetry has appeared in The Maynard, The Enpipe Line, Ditch Poetry, One Cool Word, Four and Twenty, Pulpit Magazine and Poet's Espresso (California). Most recently his manuscript, The Gang's All Down by th
Speranza, Susan
Susan Speranza is in her last year of the MFA Writing program at Lindenwood University. Her poetry has been published in various literary journals, including Poetry Quarterly, The Literary Yard, the Voices Project and the Magnolia Review. In 2012, she was a Quarter Finalist in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award contest. The same novel (My Life in Dogs) was on the short list of finalists in the 2012 William Faulkner-William Wisdom Competition. It was subsequently published as The Tale of Lucia Grandi, the Early Years by Brook House Press. It has since garnered favorable reviews and has been compared to the American classic, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn. She currently lives in Vermont where in addition to her writing, she breeds and shows Pekingese. Her writing extends to this hobby as well: she has written many articles on the breed and breeding and exhibiting for various print and online dog blogs and breed magazines.
Spilman, Richard
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Spilman, Richard
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.

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