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Elliott, John
John Elliott has worked as a biologist and as a teacher of biology and physics. Now retired, he devotes his time to writing. He has one play production and staged readings of The Green Wind, a play about the poet Federico Garcia-Lorca. His poetry is published in Acorn, Comstock Review, Southwestern American Literature, Poetry Quarterly, Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review, Whirlwind, Buzz: Poets Respond to Swarm, and Rare Feathers: Poems on Birds & Art.
Elliott, Kevin
Kevin Elliott is a writer living in Chicago. He currently runs literacy nonprofit bookstore, Open Books. His poetry has been published in Poetry Quarterly (Winter, 2013)
Elliott, Meaghan
I grew up in Ann Arbor, Michigan and hold a BA in writing and theatre from Hope College and an MFA in creative writing from the University of Wyoming. After my MFA, I spent a year teaching abroad in China. Currently, I am pursuing an MA in literature from the University of New Hampshire. I have poems published in Midwest Poetry Review, Rattle Magazine, New Plains Review, The Trombonist, Moon Journal, OCEAN Magazine, and was the second place winner for the 2009 Wyoming Writers Contest.
Elliott, Regina
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Elliott, Will
Will Elliott has been published in Thieve's Jargon and The Legendary. For his bread he has worked as a hospital chaplain in California and in Kentucky. He is currently working on an irreverent book length manuscript of narrative non-fiction, but he occasionally writes poetry as well.
Elster, Martin
Martin Elster serves as a musician with the Hartford Symphony Orchestra. His poems have appeared in numerous journals and anthologies. Honors include co-winner of Rhymezone's 2016 Poetry Contest, winner of the Thomas Gray Anniversary Poetry Competition, third place in the SFPA's 2015 Poetry Contest, and three Pushcart nominations.
Ely, Blaine
Blaine Ely is a creative writing major at Western Kentucky University. He will be pursuing a master's degree in English at Auburn University in the fall of 2014 and has publications in The Blue Route, Dead Mule, Hobo Pancakes and Every Day Poets.
Enfield, Sean
Sean Enfield is a young writer of relative obscurity. His work has appeared on NPR's All Things Considered as well as in the Vine Leaves Literary Journal and on the Dead Beats Literary Blog. As a student at the University of North Texas, accumulating a seemingly insurmountable amount of debt in pursuit of a liberal arts degree, he uses what little free time he has writing away with under-appreciated, and oft-neglected, pens and keyboards.
Epstein, Sara
Sara Epstein is a clinical psychologist from Winchester, Massachusetts. Her poems are forthcoming or have appeared in Mom Egg Review, Third Wednesday, Chest Journal, Mother's Always Write, and Literary Mama.
Erickson, Patrick
Patrick Theron Erickson 725 Brighton Lane Garland, TX 75043-5310 972-685-5290 patricktheron4@gmail.com Patrick Theron Erickson, a resident of Garland, Texas, a Tree City, just south of Duck Creek, is a retired parish pastor put out to pasture himself. Secretariat is his mentor, though he has never been an achiever and has never gained on the competition. He resonates to a friend's definition of change, albeit a bit dated: change coming at us a lot faster because you can punch a whole lot
Erickson, Patrick
Patrick Theron Erickson pastor@peacelutherangarland.org As for vocation, he is a parish pastor, a shepherd of sheep, a small flock with no sheep dog and no hang-dog expression. Or he is the sheep dog, a small dog, with the hang-dog expression. Secretariat was his mentor, though he has never been an over-achiever and has never gained on the competition.
Eriksen, Curt
Curt Eriksen was born in Kansas, but now lives between Boston and the Sierra de Gredos, in western Spain. His work has appeared in the U.S., U.K., Canada, Australia and India, in numerous print and online journals, including Mad Hatters? Review, Anemone Sidecar, Blackbird, Rosebud, New Madrid, 34th Parallel, Contrary, 42opus and Alba. All of Curt?s published work is accessible at www.clerik.weebly.com.
Eriksen, Elisabeth
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Escott, Raemia
Mia Escott received her B.A. from Auburn University, with a double major in Communication and English (Literature) and her M.A. in English from the University of Montevallo. An Alabama native, she is currently residing in Baton Rouge as a second year PhD student in the Department of English at Louisiana State University. Her areas of interest include Early Modern British literature, Medieval Studies, Gender Studies, and African American Studies. Her current research focuses on reimagining the idea of gender performance and the claim to power in earlier works, more specifically, redefining female masculinity and male femininity.
Escude, Alejandro
Alejandro Escud? is the winner of the 2013 Sacramento Poetry Center Award. His first collection, ?My Earthbound Eye,? is now available on Amazon and at http://www.sacramentopoetrycenter.com. Alejandro is originally from Argentina. He teaches high school English and lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two kids.
Eskilson, Christopher
Christopher Eskilson is from Los Angeles and attends Pitzer College in Claremont, California. He is a managing editor for the Claremont Colleges’ The Student Life newspaper and an associate editor for Claremont Graduate University’s Foothill poetry journal. Christopher's work has also appeared in After the Pause, A Quiet Courage, the Apeiron Review, and others.
Esposito, David
The poem is intended to be a group of couplets, so can you edit it accordingly if you publish it? Thanks.
Esposito, Lynette
Lynette Esposito has recently been published in Variations of Selfhood an anthology from Zero Press, Haiku Journal, Edify, Right Hand Pointing, and elsewhere. She has served as poet critic for many Teen arts festivals. She lives with her husband, Attilio, in Southern New Jersey.
Estabrook, Michael
Merry Christmas!
Eustice, Isaac
Isaac is a professional dishwasher living in Middle Tennessee. He reads, writes and sits around drinking too much coffee, listening to political discussions on YouTube, after the insomnia sets in...from all the coffee...
Evans, Anna
Anna M. Evans? poems have appeared in the Harvard Review, Atlanta Review, Rattle, American Arts Quarterly, and 32 Poems. She gained her MFA from Bennington College, and is the Editor of the Raintown Review. Recipient of Fellowships from the MacDowell Artists' Colony and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and winner of the 2012 Rattle Poetry Prize Readers' Choice Award, she currently teaches at West Windsor Art Center and Stockton University. Her sonnet collection, Sisters & Courtesans, i
Evans, Luke
Luke Evans has written many poems and stories, some of which can be found at The View From Here, joyful!, TQR, and Autumn Sky Poetry. He lives in Maryland and not somewhere out west, where he left a part of himself in return for more poetry.
Evory, Robert
Robert Evory is Doctoral Assistant at Western Michigan University where he is a reader for Third Coast and New Issues Press. He has an MFA from Syracuse University where he was the Poetry Editor for Salt Hill. Currently, he is co-founder and managing editor for The Poet?s Billow. His poetry is featured or is forthcoming in: Spillway, Spoon River Review, The Baltimore Review, Natural Bridge, The Fat City Review, Nashville Review, Wisconsin Review, Ghost Town, Arroyo, Water~Stone Review, and elsew
Ezeigbo, Molly
I'm Molly, from Nigeria. I'm an undergraduate student studying Economics. I love reading novels, writing novels, poems and all that stuff because; I find it creative and also a really good way of passing out time meaningfully. Though I'm into Economics, I would like also to look into writing, in order not to waste my talent.
Fabian, R. Gerry
rnrnBrief bio: R. Gerry Fabian is a retired English instructor. He hasrnbeen publishing poetry since 1972 in various poetry magazines. rnHis web page is https://rgerryfabian.wordpress.com rnHe is the editor of Raw Dog Press https://rawdogpress.wordpress.com rnHe has published two books of his published poems, Parallels and Coming Out Of The Atlantic.rnHis novels, Memphis Masquerade, Getting Lucky (The Story) and Seventh Sensernare available at all ebook publishers including Amazon, Apple Books and Barnes and Noble.rnHe is currently working on his fourth novel, Ghost Girl. rn
Fagan, Deirdre
Deirdre Fagan is a writer and educator who has also published creative work in Bartleby Snopes, Boston Literary Magazine, Connotation Press, Euonia Review, Grey Sparrow Journal, Melancholy Hyperbole, and Muddy River Poetry Review, among others.
Fahey, Mary Crane
Third of three poems submitted for Lard award.
Faint, Neil
Neil Faint Weston-super-Mare, England, UK. killerstickmancomics@hotmail.com http://www.zazzle.co.uk/stickmans*
Faison, Latorial
Latorial Faison was born and raised in Southampton County, Virginia and studied English at the University of Virginia and Virginia Tech. This author of six books has also been published in Kalyani Magazine, Southern Women's Review, Chickenbones, Blackberry Magazine, Typehouse Journal, and elsewhere. Faison teaches at Sejong University in South Korea where she resides with her husband and sons. www.latorialfaison.com
Fanelli, Brian
Brian Fanelli's poetry has been twice nominated for the Pushcart Prize and published in The Los Angeles Times, World Literature Today, Blue Collar Review, Oklahoma Review, Harpur Palate, Portland Review, and other publications. He is the author of the chapbook Front Man (Big Table Publishing) and the full-length collection All That Remains (Unbound Content), which was nominated for the Working Class Studies Association's Tillie Olsen Creative Writing Award. Currently, he teaches English full-tim
Farley, Joseph
Joseph Farley edited Axe Factory from 1986 - 2010. His books and chapbooks include Suckers, For the Birds, Longing for the Mother Tongue, Waltz of the Meatballs, Her Eyes, Wolf Poems, The True Color of You and Crow of Night.
Farnsworth, CJ
CJ Farnsworth is a graduate of Vermont College of Fine Arts. Her work has appeared in Kestrel, Kenning Journal and Poetry on the Move. She resides in WV.
Farr, Tiffany
I enjoy reading William Gay, Joyce Carol Oates, Tony Hoagland, Michael Dickman, A.M. Homes and many others. My work has won Gold and Silver keys, including Portfolio, in the Scholastics writing contest. I also received an Honorable Mention in the Nancy Thorp Poetry Prize. I enjoy watching horror movies before going to bed at night with my silky terrier named Sherman.
Faydh, Nadia
Nadia Faydh (b. 1978) is a professor of English and American poetry, working currently in Mustanserya University, Baghdad, Iraq. She is also member of Iraqi Translators' Association.
Fechter, Zach
Fee, Arvilla
Fehler, Gene
Gene Fehler is the author of twelve published books, the newest (When Baseball Was Still King: Major Leaguers Remember the 1950's, September 2012). When he is not playing softball or writing, he will mostly be collecting and reading books, walking his two toy poodles, or playing games with his wife.
Feil, BD
BD Feil lives in the Huron Valley watershed.
Ferguson, Marta
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Fiedler, Anjuli
Anjuli Fiedler is a writer, lawyer, musician, and dancer living in San Francisco, CA. This is her first published creative piece.
Field, JA
Finch, Julie
Julie Finch is a graduate of The University of Texas at Austin. She worked as a copywriter for many years, and now makes a living in the staffing business in Houston, Texas. She writes as often as she can, reveres good poetry, and hopes to one day create truly incandescent work.
Fincke, Gary
Thanks for the invite--Most recent book After the Three-Moon Era just won the Jacar Press Poetry Prize and will be published early next year. Stephen F. Austin University will publish Bringing back the Bones: New and Selected Poems late this year.
Fischer, Benjamin
B.D. Fischer's novel Slowly But Thoroughly is forthcoming from Strange Days Books. He has published fiction, poetry, and drama in places like Glint, Mastodon Dentist, and Ayris. He is also a contributor at the politics and culture blog Public (dis)Interest and the self-explanatory Alcohol Reviews. He lives in Chicago.
Fishler, Matthew
Matthew Fishler has meandered widely. After degrees in philosophy and law, each year he spent as a lawyer was insufferable in its own way. Creative writing for an Internet company offered a brief reprieve. He traveled in North and Southeast Asia, writing poetry and keeping extensive journals. In the last decade he has sought a home in language for elusive, evanescent psychological experience, the basis of his recent doctoral dissertation in clinical depth psychology.
Fitting, Anna
Anna J Fitting is a student of creative writing andpolitical science at New York City's Hunter College.
Fitzgerald, Dan
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Flanagan, Michael
I am retired and living in Minnesota with my wife of 50+ year, Donna. I fly fish with no distinction and write haiku-like poems just for the pleasure they give.
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Fletcher, Amy
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Foley, Kyle
Kyle Foley is the founder of www.deductivemetaphysics.com, a website which can calculate the truth-value of metaphysical statements. He lives in San Diego, California. He has been published in Subtle Fiction and has something forthcoming in Wilderhouse Literary Review
Fones, Raymond
English teacher (retired), part time college instructor, married, two children, Southerner, lifetime Florida resident. Favorite poets? Impossible to choose, but two poets come to mind: William Butler Yeats and James Dickey. The poem which demonstrates most clearly the purpose of poetry? "The Pasture" by Frost. Currently in thrall to the terrible beauty of living, following the death of my beloved daughter in October.
Fordon, Kelly
Bio:Kelly Fordon?s work has appeared in The Kenyon Review (KRO), Flashquake, The Windsor Review and various other journals. In 2011, she contributed to Ghost Writers: Us Haunting Them, a Michigan Notable Book. Her poetry chapbook, On The Street Where We Live won the 2011 Stranding Rock Chapbook Contest and was published in February 2012. Her second poetry chapbook, Tell Me When it Starts to Hurt, was published by Kattywompus Press in May 2013.
Foster, Dennis
Born on a Lakota Sioux reservation in 1948 and educated at Occidental College, Dennis L. Foster is a poet, author, artist, photographer, geographer, and educator. He is the author of over 60 books on a wide range of subjects, including three bestsellers, nine book-club selections, five works of fiction, two collections of poems, and more than 2,000 magazine features. His paintings and sculpture have been exhibited in several museums and galleries.
Foster, Gina
A poet, theorist, teacher, facilitator, filmmaker, and nonprofit administrator, Gina Rae Foster currently directs the Lehman Teaching & Learning Commons at Lehman College/CUNY in Bronx, New York and chairs both the HETL Anthology Editorial Board and the CUNY Centers for Teaching & Learning Directors Council. She serves on the editorial boards of the Journal for Meaning Centered Education and the International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Review. She holds a DPhil in Philosophy, Art, an
Foster, Kelly
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Fowler, James
James Fowler teaches literature at the University of Central Arkansas. His work has appeared in such journals as Parting Gifts, Cave Region Review, The Hot Air Quarterly, and Poetry for the Masses.
Fox, Richard
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Frame, Anthony
Anthony Frame is an exterminator who lives in Toledo, OH with his wife and their spoiled cat. His poems have been published in or are forthcoming from Ekleksographia, La Fovea, The Ambassador Project, Versal, Mobius: The Journal of Social Change, Connecticut River Review and New Plains Review, among others. His first chapbook, Paper Guillotines, will be released by Imaginary Friend Press sometime in 2010. He is also co-editor of the online journal, Glass: A Journal of Poetry.
Francis, Luciana
Born in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Moved to London, United Kingdom in 1998. Graduated from Goldsmiths College in Anthropology & Media in 2008. Lives in East London with her artist husband Anthony Francis and their son Tiago, born in November 2014.

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