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De La Rosa, Jeff
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
De Quattro, Joseph
Decker, Laurie
Laurie Decker is a poet who lives in Kentucky, and has been composing poetry for several years. Just this year, she decided to start submitting her poetry to journals in hopes of becoming a published poet. Those hopes have come to fruition. In 2017, she has had several three-liners published in Three Line Poetry, two poems published in an anthology about pets, and has had two poems selected to be published in a book to be released in 2018 about the night sky that benefits Ball State University's Planetarium, and one poem has been selected to be published by Poetry Quarterly.
DeCoste, Katherine
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
DeHart, JD
JD DeHart is a writer and teacher. His chapbook, The Truth About Snails, is available from RedDashboard.
Dekeersgieter, Colin
Colin Dekeersgieter received his MA in Modern Literature from CUNY, Graduate Center and a BA in English Literature from the University of Vermont. His poetry has appeared in The Worcester Review (Pushcart nomination), Out of Our, and Vantage Point, and The Burlington Free Press.
Del Principe, Kevin
Delany, Kate
My previous publications include a book of poetry, Reading Darwin, published by Poets Corner Press. My fiction and poetry has recently appeared in such magazines and journals as Art Times, Chicken Pinata, On the Premise, Philadelphia Stories, Sotto Voce and Spire Press and i
Delcourt, Alexandria
Alexandria Delcourt is of Filipino/Abenaki descent. She is currently an MFA student in the Stonecoast Program in Creative Writing at the University of Southern Maine. She is the Editor-in-Chief of the Stonecoast Review and writes poetry and fiction. She currently lives in Madison, WI.
DeLeon, Genevieve
Genevieve DeLeon studied English literature at Columbia University. She is the managing editor of Poet Lore magazine and lives in Washington, DC.
Den Bleyker, Ariana
Ariana D. Den Bleyker a Pittsburgh native currently residing in a small town in New York where she is a wife and mother of two. She is a graduate of William Paterson University in Wayne, NJ where she earned a B.A. in English-Writing. Her poetry was most recently featured in The Homestead Review, Stone Highway Review, Adanna, The Medulla Review, scissors and spackle, and many other fine journals, and will soon be included in Grey Sparrow Press and Utter, among others. Her chapbook, Forgetting Aes
Denehan, Steve
Steve Denehan lives in Kildare, Ireland with his wife Eimear and daughter Robin.  He has been published in The First Literary Review, Better Than Starbucks, The Opiate, Sky Island Journal and many others.  His poems are to be published in upcoming issues of Evening Street Review, The Folded Word, Ink In Thirds, Fowl Feathered Review and Third Wednesday and as a "microchapbook" as part of the Origami Poems Project.
Dennett, Kathryn
Kathryn Dennett is an archivist living and working in New York City. Her poetry has been published previously in Wanderlust, Concisely, and the Poetry Quarterly. A collection of film related poetry can be found at poemsfromthepictures.com.
Dennison, Matt
Recent poetry acceptances: Rattle, Spoon River Poetry Review, Cider Press Poetry Review, Mad Hatters? Review, Natural Bridge, Existere, A Cappella Zoo, G.W. Review, Main Street Rag Bio: Matt Dennison was born in Crawfordsville, IN. After a rather extended and varied second childhood in New Orleans (street musician, psych-tech, riverboat something-or-other, door-to-door poetry peddler, etc.), Matt Dennison finished his undergraduate degree at Mississippi State University.
DeOrio, Jamey
Jamey DeOrio is is a poet, game developer, and software engineer living in Portland, Oregon. His poems range from concise and surreal natural images to longer and harsher emotional narratives. He is interested in combining impressionism, cubism, and traditionalism in his work.
DePaul, Maria
Maria DePaul is a Washington, DC-based writer whose work has been featured in 50 Haikus, Akashic Books' Terrible Twosdays, Aphelion, Better than Starbucks, The Future Fire, Haiku Journal, The Horror Zine, Illumen, Inwood Indiana, Nature Writing, Plum Tree Tavern, Poetry Quarterly, Scifiakuest, Speculative 66, Three Line Poetry, The Review Review, Violet Windows, Wax Poetry and Art, and "Nine Lives: A Life in 10 Minutes Anthology." Look for her work in the upcoming anthology, "45 Poems: Reflection and Response."
Detzz, Cronin
Cronin Detzz has been writing poetry, lyrics, and short stories for over 30 years. Her works have been published in numerous online journals and anthologies. Her latest books, ?Supernatural Poetry? and ?Poetry for Our Time,? are available at Amazon.com. Born and raised in Chicago, she now resides in Las Vegas, Nevada. She authors blogs dedicated solely to helping other authors improve their writing, which are located at WordPress and Blogger. She also shares and reviews poetry through Win
Devereux, Stephen
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Devney, Meredith
I received my MFA from Emerson College in 2006. I am currently a full-time high school English teacher and I also adjunct at Marshall University. My work has been previously published in Tar River Poetry, Evening Street Review, Coe Review, Et Cetera, Pirene's Fountain, Front Range Review, among others. Originally from upstate New York, I now live in Kentucky with my husband and son.
Dhar, Nandini
Nandini Dhar's poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Muse India, Kritya, Mascara Literary Review, Off the Coast, Pratilipi, tinfoildresses, First Literary Review, Hawaii Review,Prick of the Spindle, Penwood Review and Asia Writes. A Pushcart nominee, Nandini grew up in Kolkata, India, and received an M.A. in Comparative Literature from Jadavpur University, Calcutta and another M.A. in Comparative Literature from the University of Oregon. Currently, she is a Ph.D. Candidate in Comparative Li
Dickow, Alexander
Alexander Dickow grew up in Moscow, Idaho and now teaches French at Virginia Tech. He is the author of a bilingual book of poems in French and English entitled Caramboles (Paris: Argol Editions, 2008), and an English chapbook called Trial Balloons (Paris: Corrupt Press, 2012). His work has appeared in journals including Upstairs At Duroc and Little Red Leaves.
Dickson, James
When not writing poetry, James Dickson keeps himself busy by teaching English and Creative Writing at Germantown High School, just outside of Jackson, MS. He lives with his wife, Greer, and their son, James. He has completed his MFA from the Bennington Writing Seminars. Some of his poems appear or are forthcoming in Stirrings, English Journal, Burnt Bridge, Bosphorus Art Project Quarterly, Ruminate, Hospital Drive, The Louisiana Review, Spillway, and Amoskeag
Dickson, Julie A.
Julie A. Dickson is a poet and young adult fiction writer. She was a finalist in the NH Writers Project, Young Adult Fiction category in 2017; member of the Poetry Society of NH, board member of the Portsmouth Poet Laureate Program, and her work has been published in The Harvard Press, The Portsmouth Herald, Five Willows Literary Review, The Avocet Nature Poetry Journal, the Poet's Touchstone, Blue Heron and Poetry Quarterly. She was the Poetry Editor for "Prey Tell", a fundraising poetry collection to benefit Owl Moon Raptor Center in Maryland. Her poetry collection, "Untumbled Gem" [2016] is available on Amazon.
DiGennaro, Ralph
A former style editor and writer at the New York Times Magazine and Gentlemen's Quarterly, Ralph DiGennaro is an award-winning writer/author whose non-fiction writing has been published in a wide range of national magazines, including Esquire, The New Yorker, Departures, Details and the Chicago Tribune. In semi-retirement, Mr. DiGennaro has been writing poetry and short stories. "Fly Fishing" is his first poem published in Poetry Quarterly, Spring 2019. rnrn
Ding, Li
Before being identified as a social scientist, I'm a poet to pursuing the beauty of the world.
DiPlacido, Audrey
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Donahue, Jack
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Donlan, Allison
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Donnelly, Laura
Doreski, William
William Doreski?s most recent book is The Suburbs of Atlantis (2013). His poetry, fiction, and reviews have appeared in many journals.
Dowe, Dan
Dan Dowe is an English teacher from Windsor, CT., with a Ph.D. from the University of South Carolina.
Drew, Emma
Emma is a working writer in Virginia Beach, who has been writing steady now for six years. Her work has appeared in the Eunoia Review.
Dronsfield, Ken Allan
Ken Allan Dronsfield is a disabled veteran, poet and fabulist from Hampton, New Hampshire, now residing on the southern plains of Oklahoma. Ken enjoys music, writing, walking in the woods at night during a full moon and spending time with his cats Willa, Hemi, Turbo and Yumpy. He has two poetry collections, "The Cellaring", this book contains 80 poems of the light horror, paranormal, weird and wonderful genre. His newest collection, "A Taint of Pity", Life Poems Written with a Cracked Inflection is available from Amazon.com. Ken is the Co-Editor/Cover Artist for 2 poetry anthologies titled, "Moonlight Dreamers of Yellow Haze" and "Dandelion in a Vase of Roses". His work has appeared in Literary Orphans, The Burningword Journal, Vita Brevis Journal, Scarlet Leaf Review, Black Poppy Review, Poetry Quarterly, The Blue Heron, EMBOSS Magazine and more. Ken is a three-time Pushcart Prize nominee and twice nominated for Best of the Net, 2016-2017.
Dubey, Jessica
Jessica Dubey is a poet living in upstate New York. She is a former magazine and book editor, and freelance writer. Her work has appeared in IthacaLit, ragazine.cc, Newport Review and Serving House Journal.
Dublin, Kevin
A graduate student at East Carolina University and part-time micro publisher, Kevin enjoys filming video adaptations of poetry and reading about poetics. His poetry has appeared in Aries, Strong Verse, Word Salad Poetry Magazine, Star News Online, Between the Lines, and Atlantis. He can be found online at www.kevindublin.com.
Duerden, Annelise
Duffus, Matthew
Matthew Duffus is a poet and fiction writer whose work has appeared in a number of journals, including Cimarron Review, New Ohio Review, and Natural Bridge.
Duggan, Matthew
Born 1971 Bristol UK, Published in many poetry magazines and journals such as Turbulence, Seventh Quarry, The Cobalt Review, Roundyhouse, The Dawntreader, Sarasvati, and many more. I host a spoken word evening called 'An Evening Of Spoken Indulgence' and had my first collection published this year.I will be the editor of a new poetry magazine 'The Angry Manifesto', in 2015.
Dughi, Virgil
I live in West Sacramento, California. Have been a soldier, carpenter, student, teacher, father, and husband. I write poetry to make sense of the world.
Dunlap, Keith
I am a former co-editor of The Columbia Review and former co-editor of Cutbank, having received my M.F.A. from the University of Montana. My poems have been accepted for publication in Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review, The Brooklyn Review, The Carolina Quarterly, The Georgetown Review, Poet Lore, and Sou?wester, among other places. Last year my MS., ?The Foot in the Elevator,? was a finalist at Brickhouse Books New Poets Series and The New Issues Poetry Prize. I have a B.A. in English f
Dunn, Robin
About the author: Robin Wyatt Dunn lives in southern California and is the author of three novels. He was born in the Carter Administration. You can find him at www.robindunn.com.
Dunne, Doyle
Thank You for your consideration!
Dunning, Wesley
01.30.2011 Dear Editors ? Wesley Dunning here. I?m from Memphis, Dallas, & Northern Colorado. Recently, I graduated with my MFA in Poetry from the University of Memphis. If you enjoy my poems, please give me a holler. I would be honored and thrilled if you included my work in a future issue. This is a simultaneous submission. Thank you for your time and consideration. Wesley Dunning 3619 West 32nd Avenue, Apt# 6 Denver, CO 901.335.2777 wesleydunning@hotmail.com
Durick, Jeremiah
J. K. Durick is a writing teacher at the Community College of Vermont and an online writing tutor. His recent poems have appeared in Write Room, Black Mirror, Third Wednesday, Foliate Oak, and Orange Room.
Durisen, Richard
I am a retired Professor of Astronomy at Indiana University, Bloomington Indiana. Since retirement in the Summer of 2010, I have devoted most of my free time to creative writing, including poetry and short stories. I have had flash pieces published by "713 Flash", "Brilliant Flash Fiction", and "Disturbed Digest", with another flash story in press at "New Myths". I have had full length short stories appear in "The Ryder Magazine" and in the anthologies "Witches" (Wildside Press 2017) and "Into Darkness Peering" (Alban Lake Press 2017). My poems have appeared in "Disturbed Digest", "Illumen", "FrostFire Worlds", "Space and Time", and "Poetry Quarterly". I am an active member of a local writers group called Our Writing League and have given public readings of my stories and poems in Bloomington and elsewhere.
Dutka, Charles
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Dyson, Timothy
Eastlund, Kelly
Kelly Eastlund grew up in Colorado and moved to Oregon in 2002. She holds a B.A. in English from the University of Colorado and currently works full-time in marketing communications. Her poems have been published in anthologies as well as several online journals, including Four and Twenty, Shot Glass Journal, Poetry Breakfast, and The Whistling Fire. Kelly finds inspiration everywhere, especially in nature and the complexities of human experience. She is a member of the Oregon Poetry Associat
Eastwood, Robert
ROBERT EASTWOOD: After a career in the telecommunications industry, he taught High School English. He has three poetry chapbooks, by Small Poetry Press: Over Plainsong, The Welkin Gate, and Night of the Moth (Small Poetry Press's Select Poets Series). He has twice been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. His work has appeared in numerous journals, on-line and in print, including Blue Unicorn, Carquinez Review, Ekphrasis, Talking River Review, New Zoo Poetry Review, The Oxford Magazine, The Dirty
Ebenbach, David
David Ebenbach?s first full-length collection of poetry, We Were the People Who Moved, won the Patricia Bibby Award, and will be published by Tebot Bach in 2015. He is also the author of the poetry chapbook Autogeography (Finishing Line Press), two collections of short stories?Between Camelots (University of Pittsburgh Press) and Into the Wilderness (Washington Writers? Publishing House)?as well as The Artist?s Torah (Cascade Books), a non-fiction guide to the creative process. Find out more at
Eby, Larry
Larry Eby writes from Southern California where he plans to earn his MFA in Poetry from CSUSB. His work has appeared in the Sand Canyon Review, Coachella Review, Inlandia, Welter, Badlands, Aper?us Quarterly, The Redlands Review, and Call of the Wild: Being Human, as well as others. He is an active member of PoetrIE, an Inland Empire based literary community, and owner of Orange Monkey Publishing.
Kirk Eckstine Lives and works in northern Minnesota. He is an spiring artist with a love of photgraphy, writing, film making and photography.
Eden Long, Katelyn
Katelyn Eden Long recently graduated with her M.F.A. in Creative Writing at the University of Central Oklahoma in May 2016. She graduated with a B.A. in English with emphasis in Creative Writing from Westminster College in 2013. Her academic interests include narrative medicine, women's studies, American Indian literature, and contemporary poetry. Her works have been published or are forthcoming in Dual Coast Magazine, Janus, Poetry Quarterly, Peeking Cat Poetry, and Blood and Thunder: Musings on the Art of Medicine. Katelyn was also the first-place poetry winner for the Page One Literary Arts Gallery at the Scissortail Creative Writing Festival in 2013.
Edwards, Brian
Born in Williamsburg, VA September 9, 1972. Father of 3 boys, Ryne, Everett and Corey. Married since 1995 to Michelle. Writer, videographer and painter in my leisure. Published How My Head Does Hurt, a book of poetry, in June 2006 from Authorhouse Books.
Edwards, David
David Edwards was born, and continues to live, in Indiana.
Edwards, Karen
Karen Edwards is lifelong Texas resident with a passion for writing poetry. Her work has appeared in "Three Line Poetry" as well as several international e-book anthologies and two self-published poetry collections.
Ehrlich, Milton
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Eifrig, Fritz
I live and work in Chicago, Illinois. I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Ekstrom, Max
Max Roland Ekstrom lives in Vermont where he owns a software company. The recipient of the 2004 Graduate Award in Poetry from Emerson College, he is the father of three children.
Ellerson, Page
Page Ellerson is a student at Boston University, originally from Annapolis, Maryland.

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