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Francisco, Ariel
Ariel Francisco was born in the Bronx New York, though he's lived in Florida for most of his life. He received his B.A. in English Lit from Florida International University and currently resides in Miami, Florida.
Francoeur, Renee
Frank, MacGregor
MacGregor Frank lives in Greensboro, NC though he is originally from Denver Colorado. He has published a few poems but the most recent of them were several published in the anthology Northwords (National Poetry Foundation, Orono, ME) in 1982. Other publications occurred in the mid-1970's. He is just now entering the fray again. MacGregor may be contacted at msfrank74@gmail.com.
Frazier, Marc
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Freeman, Cal
Cal Freeman was born and raised in Detroit. His writing has appeared in many journals including Commonweal, The Journal, Nimrod, Ninth Letter, Drunken Boat, and The Paris-American. He is the recipient of the Howard P. Walsh Award for Literature, The Ariel Poetry Prize, The Devine Poetry Fellowship (judged by Terrance Hayes), and he has also been nominated for Pushcart Prizes in poetry and creative nonfiction. He currently teaches at Oakland University and serves as Managing Editor with Marick
Fregeau, Steven
Steven lives in Ohio, but was born in Chicago. He enjoys all types of art, but has preferences for traditional-- painting, drawing, poetry, stories, novels, film, and haute cuisine. He is currently either reading or writing.
FREYER, STUART
Stuart Freyer's poems have appeared in Teesta Rangeet, and will be seen in Mount Hope and Slant. He writes in Williamstown Massachusetts where his home is a two mile walk from the mailbox.
Fried, Philip
Friedman, Paula
My poems have appeared in "Prairie Schooner," "The Southern Poetry Review," "Poetry Quarterly," The Michigan quarterly Review" and others. My chapbook, "Undreaming Landscapes," was recently accepted by Aldrich Press, and imprint of Kelsay Books. I also review for many of the country's major publications, including "The New York Times," "The Chicago Tribune," "The Washington Post," and "The New Criterion" and teach writing and literature at California College of the Arts and Saint Marys College
Friedman, Paula
Gaboury, Keith
Keith Mark Gaboury earned a M.F.A. in creative writing from Emerson College. His poems have appeared in such literary publications as Poetry Quarterly, New Millennium Writings, and forthcoming chapbooks through Duck Lake Books and Pedestrian Press. Keith is a poet, preschool teacher, and runner in Oakland, California. Learn more at www.keithmgaboury.com.
Gadson, Jonterri
Jonterri Gadson is Debra?s daughter. She is a Cave Canem fellow and a 2nd year poet in the University of Virginia?s Creative Writing MFA program. Her poetry has previously been published in Muzzle, Torch, Conte, Diverse Voices Quarterly, Assisi, Milk Money, and is forthcoming in Sugar House Review.
Gagliardi, Annette
Annette has poetry published or forthcoming in the Gideon Poetry Review, OWS Ink LLC, December issue of Moon Magazine, Dreamers Creative Writing Online, Down in the Dirt Online Magazine, the Moccasin, vol. LXXXI, the Poetic Bond VIII, ASPS Sandpiper, Dreamers Creative Writing Year 1 Anthology . She has poetry in and is one of two editors for the anthology, Upon Waking: 58 Voices Speaking Out From The Shadow of Abuse. She teaches poetry at a nearby elementary school as a volunteer. She has won two national and four state awards for her poetry. And she was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Gaines, James
James F. Gaines writes fiction and poetry in Fredericksburg, Virginia, where he is active in Riverside Writers. Recently his work has been published in The Piedmont Journal of Poetry and Fiction, Voices on the Wind, El Portal, and Red River Review. Together with his son John, he produces the science fiction series, Forlani Saga; Life Sentence and Spy Station are already available in print and ebook and Earth Regained is in preparation.rnrn
Gallie, Daniel
Daniel Gallie is an educator, scientist, mentor, and advisor who has worked globally to address critical challenges facing the world. He has published widely for over thirty years. He is currently a professor at the University of California.
Gallion, Teresa
Teresa E. Gallion has published in Harwood Review, Adobe Walls, Red Poppy Review, Malpais Review and numerous anthologies. Some include: Along the Rio Grande, Earthships, Sunrise of the Spirit and Turtle Music. She has published two books of poetry: Contemplation in the High Desert and Chasing Light. She also has a CD, On the Wings of the Wind. The surreal high desert landscape and her personal spiritual journey influence her writing. You may preview her work at teresagallion.yolasite.com.
Gallo, Louis
Louis Gallo’s work has appeared or will shortly appear in Southern Literary Review, Fiction Fix, Glimmer Train, Hollins Critic,, Rattle, Southern Quarterly, Litro, New Orleans Review, Xavier Review, Glass: A Journal of Poetry, Missouri Review, Mississippi Review, Texas Review, Baltimore Review, Pennsylvania Literary Journal, The Ledge, storySouth, Houston Literary Review, Tampa Review, Raving Dove, The Journal (Ohio), Greensboro Review,and many others. Chapbooks include The Truth Change, The Abomination of Fascination, Status Updates and The Ten Most Important Questions. He is the founding editor of the now defunct journals, The Barataria Review and Books: A New Orleans Review. He teaches at Radford University in Radford, Virginia.
Galmitz, Jack
Jack Galmitz was born in 1951 in NYC. He received a Ph.D in English from the University of Buffalo in 1985. His publications include a book of critical analysis of haiku and minimalist poetry titled VIEWS published by Cyberwit.net. A book of free verse, Microns, was published under the Northing Press by poet John Martone. A book of experimental prose titled RE has already had some of its stories published in ezines and a few more stories are due for publication in and/or (a print publication)
Gambell, Andy
Andy Gambell lives in San Antonio with his fiancee, Colleen, and their dogs, Buddy and Oz. His work has appeared in Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review, The Texas Observer, and other places.
Gammie, Ian
Ian Gammie lives in Colorado.
Gant, Joseph
Joseph Gant is a New Jersey‭ ‬born poet and fiction writer.‭ ‬His poems and prose have appeared in places such as‭ ‬Red Fez,‭ ‬Full of Crow,‭ ‬Criminal Class Press,‭ ‬and Gloom Cupboard.‭ ‬His first full length poetry collection,‭ ‬Zero Division,‭ is published with Rebel Satori Press.‭ ‬He pumps gas on the New Jersey turnpike to pay rent.
Garcia, Matthew
Matthew P. Garcia is a poet/playwright based out of Miami, FL. His poetry has been recently featured or forthcoming in Skidrow Penthouse, Caliban, River Poets Journal and Clarion.
Gardiner, Tim
Garland, James
Garlieb, Malisa Garlieb
Malisa Garlieb currently teaches elementary grades?from the alphabet to algebra? at the Lake Champlain Waldorf School in Shelburne, Vermont. Her poems have appeared in Painted Bride Quarterly, Calyx, So to Speak, Off the Coast, and Chautauqua, among other journals and anthologies. Her book, Handing Out Apples in Eden, is available from WindRidge Books.
Garmann, Gerburg
Gerburg Garmann Gerburg Garmann, a native of Germany, is a professor of German and French at the University of Indianapolis. Her scholarly publications have appeared in both German and French in international journals, and her poems have been featured in various magazines and anthologies around the world, including The Adirondack Review, Dichtungsring, gangway, Die Gazette, Germanisch-Romanische Monatsschrift, In Posse Review, In ein anderes Blau, and Lyrikwelt. A strong believer in interdisc
Garner, Danielle
My name is Danielle, and I'm a recent college graduate. Since my writing can tell you a lot more about myself than I can, I'll let it speak for me :)
Garner, Sean
Sean Isaac Garner is a Nebraska poet and veteran of poetry slams and readings from Sioux City, IA to Omaha, NE and has been a featured writer at Wayne State College's Plains Writer Series. His work has been featured in "The Judas Goat" and "The Nebby."
Garni, Ricky Garni
Ricky Garni is a graphic designer and writer living in Carrboro, NC. His nicknames have included but are not limited to: Cutesy, Icky,
Garrett, Josh
Josh Garrett is currently an undergrad at the University of Western Ontario. His major is Bioarchaeological Anthropology; his minors are Writing Studies and the Philosophy of Science. He's an avid writer of poetry, and enjoys writing about anything from physics to bus stops. Whatever sounds cool in the moment.
Gavin, Tim
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Gebbie, Vanessa
Vanessa Gebbie is a Welsh writer living in England. Her books include a collection of poetry, a novel, two collections of short stories, a text book on the art of the short story and an illustrated flash collection. Forthcoming: second poetry collection and a third book of short fictions. She is recipient of a Hawthornden Fellowship for her work, a British Arts Council Grant for the Arts, and a Gladstone's Library residency. She teaches widely. www.vanessagebbie.com
Gellman, Matthew
George, Jared
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
George, Jenny
Jenny George?s poems have appeared in Beloit Poetry Journal, Cimarron Review, The Collagist, Crab Orchard Review, FIELD, Gulf Coast, Indiana Review, and Shenandoah. She is the recipient of fellowships from the Bread Loaf Writers? Conference, the Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Fund, the MacDowell Colony, and Yaddo Corporation. She is also a winner of the 2015 ?Discovery?/Boston Review Poetry Prize. Jenny lives in Santa Fe, NM, where she runs a foundation for Buddhist-based social justice. She received
Gepanaga, Jose
I spend most of my time with paper reports, trying to strike conversations with numbers and figures. Science is a very peculiar species of poetry-it being limited by page numbers, citation formats, and decimal places. I guess I'm just trying to write a scientific study using a different form. I am a Filipino.
Gerics, Caitlin
Gesicki, Matthew
Matthew Gesicki is an Ohio poet currently studying English and Religion at Baldwin Wallace University. His work has appeared in or is forthcoming in The Emerson Review, Calliope, The Mill, and elsewhere.
Gessner, Michael
Michael Gessner has authored 11 books of poetry and prose. The most recent is SELECTED POEMS, (FutureCycle Press, 2016) from which several were chosen by The Poetry Foundation for its online archives (2017). Other publications include poems in NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW, (finalist for rnthe 2016 James Hearst Award,) VERSE-VIRTUAL, VERSE DAILY, THE FRENCH LITERARY REVIEW, RUE DES BEAUX-ARTS (Paris,) INNISFREE JOURNAL, THE KENYON REVIEW, THE JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, OXFORD MAGAZINE, and others. He is a voting member of the National Book Critics Circle.
Ghazala, Sana
medical student lives in Pakistan loves writing especially free verse has a penchant for everything vintage female
Giffin, Marjie
I am an Indianapolis writer and educator who has taught writing as an adjunct professor at IUPUI and writing/literature at a private school for gifted students. I am an M.A. graduate of Butler University in English and continue to take writing workshops as a member of the Indiana Writers Center. I am the author of four regional published histories and have had my poetry accepted by The Flying Island.
Gilsdorf, Richelle
Richelle Gilsdorf is currently attending the University of New Mexico, pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in English. She believes poetry is mental music, a song that paints a picture in the mind but pleases the ear as well. As the youngest daughter of a high school math teacher and aerospace engineer, and the sister of a registered nurse, she is the apple that fell yards from the tree and accepts this role proudly--after all, what are writers, if not dwellers of the fringe?
Ginsberg, Corey
Givhan, Jennifer
I am a Mexican-American poet who grew up in the Imperial Valley, a small, border community in the Southern California desert. I earned my M.A. in English Literature at California State University Fullerton, where I was the recipient of the Graduate Equity Fellowship. My poems have appeared in Verdad, Dash, Caesura, Mom Writer?s Literary Magazine, Third Wednesday, Cutthroat, Pinyon, Earth?s Daughters, Rockhurst Review, Palabra, Prick of the Spindle, Mothering Magazine, Autumn Sky Poetry, Xenith,
Glaser, Kirk
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Glasser, Jane
Glassman, Michael
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Glauber, Gary
Gary Glauber is a widely published poet, fiction writer, teacher, and music journalist. His works have been nominated for the Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net. Two collections, Small Consolations (Aldrich Press) and Worth the Candle (Five Oaks Press), along with a chapbook, Memory Marries Desire (Finishing Line Press), are available for purchase. A new chapbook of surreal poetry, The Covalence of Equanimity, is forthcoming soon from SurVision.
Glaveanu, Vlad
I am Associate Professor at Aalborg University, Denmark, and completed a PhD in Social Psychology at the London School of Economics. I made my 'debut' in poetry in 'Romania literara', a Romanian literary journal.
Glose, Bill
Bill Glose is a former paratrooper, a Gulf War veteran, and author of the poetry collection, The Human Touch (San Francisco Bay Press, 2007). In 2011, he was named the Daily Press Poet Laureate. His poems have appeared in numerous publications, including Narrative Magazine, Poet Lore, and Amoskeag.
Goldin, Eugene
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Goliday, Endya
Endya Goliday is a poet, playwright, and tattoo enthusiast. She graduated with a BA in English from Webster University in December of 2015; and currently resides in Saint Louis, Missouri with her mother, and her cat Nefertari.
Gomez, Ellyana
Ellyana is currently a freshman at the University of Pittsburgh, majoring in social work on a pre-med track with minors in chemistry and Spanish. She has previously published poems in two anthologies by the Live Poets Society of New Jersey.
Gordon, GTimothy
Gordon's recent book of fictions, OPEN HOUSE, will be published in November 2014, while his latest poetry collection, EVERYTHING SPEAKING CHINESE, is currently under publishing consideration. He lives semi-annually in Asia and in the Desert and Mountain Southwest U. S. .
Gotthelf, Jenna
The variation in capitalization of letters is intentional.
Gottschlich, Michelle
Michelle Gottschlich is a sophomore at Indiana University, studying English and Creative Writing. She enjoys plain yogurt and making art of paper straw wrappers.
Grabill, James
Bio Note: Since the early '70s, James Grabill?s poems have appeared in numerous periodicals, most recently in The Harvard Review, Shenandoah, The Oxonian Review (UK), Stand (UK), New York Quarterly, Calibanonline, The Chariton Review, The North American Review, Weber: The Contemporary West, The Bitter Oleander, The Common Review, and others. His books of poems include An Indigo Scent after the Rain (Lynx House, 2003) and Poem Rising Out of the Earth and Standing Up in Someone (Lynx House, 1994
Graham, Joyce
Grannis-Vu, Richard
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Grant, Todd
Todd Grant resides in Sarnia, Ontario Canada




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