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Boehm, Rose Mary
A German-born UK national, Rose Mary Boehm now lives with her second husband in Lima, Peru. Only after 20 years immersed in the English language did she attempt to write in her new ?mother? tongue. She traveled extensively, made a career in advertising, worked as a copywriter, founded her own business(es), married her first husband and had two children, had a one-woman show of her drawings in London, UK, then moved to Madrid, Spain, where she finally retired from the corporate world.
Boehm, Rose Mary
A German-born UK national, Rose Mary Boehm lives and works in Lima, Peru. Author of TANGENTS, a poetry collection published in the UK in2010/2011, her work has been widely published in US poetry journals (online and print), twice winner of the Goodreads monthly competition, and a new poetry collection is earmarked for publication in 2016 the US.
Bogart, Roxanne
Dear Poetry Quarterly Editor, Please accept the attached poem for consideration for general publication. Thank you for your time and effort to produce this excellent publication and to create a such a superb community of poets. Best regards, Roxanne
Bolz, Jody
Boon, Carl
Carl Boon lives in Istanbul, where he directs the English prep school and teaches courses in literature at Yeni Yuzyil University. Recent or forthcoming poems appear in Posit, The Adirondack Review, The Tulane Review, Badlands, and other magazines.
Boone, Peggy
I have been writing poetry for many years and have been published.
Boone, Randy
Randy Boone resides in the pastoral beauty of Kunkletown, Pennsylvania. He can usually be found lurking about thrift stores, coffee shops or the great outdoors. His recent publications include poems in Quantum Poetry Magazine, Three Line Poetry, The Red Poppy Review, Long Story Short, and Time of Singing.
Booth, Lea
Lea Booth - artist & poet born in Winston-Salem, NC. She currently resides with her husband in the NC mountains. Exhibits of her artwork have been in regional galleries & businesses. Her writing and artwork has been published in Mused - Bellaonline Literary Review, The Fine Line, Read This, Haiku Journal, Three Line Poetry, Cold Mountain Review and Dew on the Kudzu. Her work can be viewed on her website, http://leasartwork.wordpress.com.
Boston, Bruce
Bruce Boston is the author of fifty books and chapbooks, including the novels The Guardener's Tale and Stained Glass Rain. His writing has received the Bram Stoker Award, a Pushcart Prize, the Asimov's Readers Award, and the Grand Master Award of the Science Fiction Poetry Association.
Boucheron, Robert
Robert Boucheron is an architect in Charlottesville, Virginia. His stories, essays, poems and reviews appear in Bangalore Review, New Haven Review, Poydras Review, Short Fiction, Tishman Review, and other magazines.
Boudreaux, Beau
Beau Boudreaux teaches English in Continuing Studies at Tulane University in New Orleans. His first book-length collection RUNNING RED, RUNNING REDDER was published in the spring of 2012 by Cherry Grove Collections. He has published his poetry in journals including Antioch Review and Cream City Review, and in anthologies including The Southern Poetry Anthology.
Bowens, Charlotte Young
Ann Arbor writer, filmmaker, poet, cultural activist, bi-attractional spirit, funny gal, lover of all things natural, artistic, sensual, evocative, universal and simple. Her work has been published over the years in the following journals, Shenandoah, Callaloo, Harrington Lesbian Fiction Quarterly, Lodestar Quarterly as well as other small community based publications.
Bowers, Paul
Paul Bowers lives with his wife and daughter on a ten-acre farm in Ringwood, Oklahoma. He earned a B.A. from The University of Tulsa, M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from Oklahoma State University, and he currently teaches writing and literature at Northern Oklahoma College in Enid.
Bowers, Sydney
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Bowling, James
I graduated, cum laude, from Virginia Commonwealth University with a Bachelors in Political Science, and cum laude from Florida Coastal School of Law with his Juris Doctorate. While at Florida Coastal School of Law, I was selected to participate in the Caribbean Law Clinic Program where I assisted the staff of the Attorney General's Office of the Cayman Islands. Currently, I am a practicing attorney in the Northern Virginia area.
Bowman, Dean
Dean Bowman is a Japan-born designer, based in Denver. An artist and writer, interrupted. His work spans the visual and literary arts.
Boyd, Jennifer
Jennifer Boyd is a high school student from Hull, Massachusetts.
Boyd, Jennifer
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Boyd, Scott
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Boyer, GF
GF Boyer?s poetry has appeared in a number of journals, including The Southern Review, Prairie Schooner, Poetry Northwest, Poetry Quarterly, and upcoming in RHINO. Among other prizes, she has received an Academy of American Poets Prize and the Poetry Northwest Theodore Roethke Prize.
Boyle, Rebecca
Rebecca Boyle is a sophomore studying International Studies and Creative Writing at Indiana University. She has been writing since the fourth grade, and has won various awards and contests for her work, including the Prelude Award, The IUPUI Poetry Prize, the Louise Haugh Creative Writing Prize, and the Reader's Digest Scholarship. She has been published in the Labyrinth and Canvas Creative Arts Magazine in Bloomington, Indiana. More work can be viewed at beckyboyle.wordpress.com.
Braddy, Charles
I have been writing off and on since 1988. My poems started as just journal entries. I shared those entries with an owner of a used bookstore in Glenwood Springs. It just so happens that the bookstore owner was a published poet, (John Macker) he took a look at my work and saw something in the poems. Something enough, to pursue. That's how I started. Since then my work has appeared in the Aspen Daily News, Long Road Press, Aspen Poetry Societies current poetry anthology.
Bradley, James
James Bradley is an artist and poet living in San Francisco, California. His chapbook Mirrors of Azazel was published by Hexagon Press in 2014.
Bradley, Marcus Benjamin Ray
Marcus Benjamin Ray Bradley grew up in Perryville and now lives in Versailles, KY, with his wife and daughters. His work has been published or is forthcoming in the pages of Chiron Review, Five 2 One Magazine, Vine Leaves Literary Journal, Futures Trading, Ink in Thirds, Beechwood Review, Poetry Quarterly, Third Wednesday, and OVS Magazine as well as online at the Kentucky Arts Council and Fifty Word Stories websites.
Braendeholm, Marilyn
Marilyn ?Misky? Braendeholm lives in the United Kingdom. Interests: gardening, cooking, writing, long walks in the Sussex countryside. She?s published with Mouse Tales Press, Curio Poetry, Poetry Quarterly, Sprout Magazine, Camel Saloon, Pyrokinection and others. Poetry at http://miskmask.wordpress.com and cookery/photography http://miskcooks.wordpress.com
Brammeier, Aaron
Never tame the wild ones.
Brandis, Craig
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Brandis, Don
The author is a retired healthcare worker living a happily-married hermit’s life in a small town not far enough from Seattle, reading and writing poems, tending our fruit trees and meditating. He writes because good poems are invitations to engage intrinsic values in a culture that only values tools. He has published some poems with Melancholy Hyperbole, Wild Goose Poetry Review, Red Fez and Clementine Unbound, and others. I'm at plastic49@icloud.com
Branson, Peter
Peter Branson?s poetry has been published by journals in Britain, USA, Canada, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, including Acumen, Agenda, Ambit, Anon, Envoi, The London Magazine, The Warwick Review, Iota, Frogmore Papers, The Interpreter?s House, Poetry Nottingham, South, The New Writer, Crannog, The sHOP, Rattle, The Raintown Review, The Columbia Review, The Huston Poetry Review, Barnwood, The Able Muse and Other Poetry.
Brengan, Bethany
Bethany F. Brengan is a freelance writer and editor. She lives on the internet and occasionally on the Olympic Peninsula. She blogs very badly at www.readingwritingraptures.blogspot.com. Her poetry has appeared in The Sow?s Ear Poetry Review, Caesura, and The Open Door.
Brennan, Scott
Dear Poetry Editor, Please consider the attached poems for publication. My poetry has appeared in a number of magazines, including The Gettysburg Review, The Literary Review, The Carolina Quarterly, Sewanee Review, Chicago Review, Cimarron Review, and elsewhere. Thanks in advance for taking a look at my work. Sincerely, Scott Brennan
Breukelman, Maryann
I live and write in rural Ontario, Canada.
Brewer, Joshua
Joshua Brewer's writing has appeared in several journals, including Yemassee, Sargasso, Poets Against War (Canada), and Bluestem. He is an Associate Professor of English and a reader for the journal Booth.
Brewka-Clark, Nancy
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Brezina, Roger
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Brodsky, Lisa Marie
Lisa Marie Brodsky is the author of the poetry collections, "We Nod Our Dark Heads" (Parallel Press, 2008), and "Motherlung" (Salmon Poetry, 2014), which received an Outstanding Achievement Award from the Wisconsin Library Association. Her poetry has been published in The North American Review, Mom Egg Review, The Peacock Journal, Diode Poetry Journal, Verse Wisconsin, SUSAN/The Journal, and has work forthcoming in Poetry Quarterly, among others. In 2016 she was anthologized in "Even the Daybreak: 35 Years in Salmon Poetry." As faculty member at AllWriters' Workplace & Workshop, Brodsky teaches classes on emotional healing through creative writing. Her web site can be found at: www.lisamariebrodsky.com
Broisler, Heider
Heider Broisler was born in Brazil (June 19, 1971). He holds a bachelor's in Business Administration and Legal Science.
Barbara Brooks, author of ?The Catbird Sang? chapbook, studied with Cathy Smith Bowers and is a member of PoetFools . She has had work accepted in Hospital Drive, Margie Review, Broken Plate, and Third Wednesday, on line at Marco Polo, Earthborne on line among others. She is a physical therapist at UNC Hospitals and lives in Hillsborough, N.C.
Brooks, Barbara
Barbara Brooks, author of ?The Catbird Sang? and ?A Shell to Return to the Sea? chapbooks, is a member of Poet Fools. Her work has been accepted in Chagrin River Review, The Foundling Review, Blue Lake Review, Granny Smith Magazine, Third Wednesday, Shadow Road Quarterly, Indigo Mosaic and on line at Southern Women?s Review, Poetry Quarterly, Big River Poetry among others. She currently lives in North Carolina with her dog.
Brown, Dustin
I am currently working on a BA in creative writing at Western Michigan University. I?m also a fiction reading intern at Third Coast Magazine and an editorial intern at New Issues Poetry & Prose. I have work published at Third Wednesday, Poetry Quarterly, and Strong Verse Online Poetry Magazine, and work forthcoming with Coe Review, Hollins Critic, Falling Star Magazine, and Theater Kalamazoo New Play Fest.
Brown, Josh
Josh Brown is the creator of Shamrock, a fantasy-adventure comic that appears regularly in Fantasy Scroll Magazine. His poetry has appeared in Abandoned Towers Magazine, Pixies of Eglantine, and Poetry Quarterly. His short fiction has appeared in anthologies from Nomadic Delirium Press, Sky Warrior Books, JWK Fiction, and Hydra Publications. His comic work has appeared anthologies from publishers such as Desperado Publishing (Negative Burn), Alterna (Alterna Tales), and more.
Brown, Kristene
Kristene Brown is a psychiatric social worker for the state of Kansas. She has previously been published, or has work forthcoming, in anderbo.com, Birmingham Arts Journal, Blood Lotus, Fiddleback, Forge, The Midwest Quarterly, Storyscape, Swink, and many others.
Brown, Matthew
Matthew H.D. Brown lives all the days he can tied up to a sloping dock down in the Sac Delta. When he's living in a house, it is in Chico, CA. where he is also a professor of American Literature and Culture at the California State University Chico.
Brown, Michelle
Michelle Chan Brown?s Double Agent won the 2012 Kore First Book Award, judged by Bhanu Kapil. Her forthcoming book, Motherland, with Wolves, won the 2015 Jean Feldman Poetry Prize. Her poems, reviews and essays have appeared in?Blackbird, Cimarron Review, The Missouri Review, Witness?and many others. Michelle lives in Almaty, Kazakhstan, where she is a Fulbright scholar, at work on a hybrid text and blogging at Year of the Horse.
Brown, Rebecca L.
Brown, Ronnie R.
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Browne, Heather
Heather Browne is a faith-based psychotherapist and recently emerged poet. Recent publications include: Page & Spine, Poetry Quarterly, The Poetry Bus, Poppy Road, mad swirl, Red Fez, The Orange Room Review, Boston Literary, The Muse, and Dual Coast, She recently won the Nantucket Poetry Contest and will be their featured poet for the next year. MCI published her first chapbook, We Look For Magic and Feed the Hungry. She lives in So. Ca. with her hubby of 20 years and 2 amazing teens. Follo
Brownstein, Jesse
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Bruce, Patricia
Brunoe, Jerry
Jerry Brunoe as raised on the Warm Springs reservation. He attended Oregon State University briefly and sporadically. His poetry has appeared in Basalt, Naugatack River Riview, Horizon Review, and Contrary Magazine. He is the editor of Toe Good Poetry.
Brunoe, Jerry
Brunton, Bryan
My bio: Bryan C. Brunton was born and raised in Kansas and lives and works in Colorado. In late 2009, he was so intensely disappointed at missing a friend's poetry reading that during the drive of some five hundred miles home he began composing a poem. The ensuing merriment proved to be more than road fatigue induced delirium, and he hasn't stopped since. My work has been recently accepted by Clackamas Literary Review and Wasafiri Literary Magazine.
Buckingham, Polly
My work appears in The New Orleans Review, The North American Review, The Literary Review, The Tampa Review (Pushcart nomination), Exquisite Corpse, Kalliope, Hubbub, The Chattahoochee Review, Cirque, The Potomac Review (forthcoming), The Moth and elsewhere. My books have been finalists or semifinalists for the following awards and others: Flannery O?Connor Award (twice), Bakeless Prize, Blue Lynx Prize, and the Snake Nation Review Contest. I am currently a finalist for the Jeanne Lieby Memorial Chapbook Award. I am founding editor of StringTown Press, and I teach creative writing and literature at Eastern Washington University.
Buckley, John
John F. Buckley lives in Orange County, California. His work has been published in a number of places, one of which nominated him for a Pushcart Prize in 2009. His chapbook Breach Birth was published on Propaganda Press in March 2011. His full-length collaboration with Martin Ott, Poets? Guide to America, is coming out on Brooklyn Arts Press in Summer 2012.
Buentello, Lawrence
Lawrence Buentello is a poet and writer living in San Antonio, Texas. His work has appeared in many publications, including Paradigm, The Wallace Stevens Review, and Short Story America.
Bugher, J. Scott
J. Scott Bugher is an Indianapolis poet and editor. His work has appeared in the Baltimore Review, Hobart, Atticus Review, The Rumpus and elsewhere. He is the editor of Split Lip Magazine and can be found online at www.jscottbugher.com.
Buljore, Brinda
Passionate about colours and words, daily writing is a necessary regimen to note down feelings felt in a spontaneous way. going , thus with the flow of Life, on a moment to moment basis... More can be found here : https://www.facebook.com/brinda.buljore
Bulman, Paul
Paul ?Pinny? Bulman is a Bronx Council on the Arts 2014 BRIO award-winning poet whose old shul poems incorporate imagery from his childhood experiences in pre-gentrified Washington Heights, NYC to reflect on memory, transition, displacement, and loss. One of the poems from this work-in-progress won an ADR Poetry Award and many have appeared in a variety of literary publications. To contact the author, please email: pinnybulman@gmail.com.
Bunzel, M.E.
A former journalist who has written for newspapers and magazines in the U.S. and abroad, M.E. Bunzel received her MFA in Poetry from Sarah Lawrence College. Her poem "Elegy in A Flat Major" will appear in the Spring 2014 edition of The Southampton Review.
Bupkis, Art
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