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Graves, Robert
Robert C. J. Graves' poetry and fiction has appeared in numerous literary journals, including 491 Magazine, Anastomoo, Bijou Poetry Review, Boston Literary Magazine, Chickenpinata, Chiron Review, Danse Macabre, Eclectic Flash, Eleutheria ? The Scottish Poetry Review, Leaf Garden, The New Flesh, Poetry for the Masses, Prairie Poetry, Short Story Library, Vox Poetica, and WestWard Quarterly. A former bartender and freelance sports writer, Robert holds a PhD in English (Rhetoric and Writing) from
Gravina, Kristyl
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Gray, Kathryn
Kathryn Gray lives in London. Her debut collection, The Never-Never, was shortlisted for the T S Eliot Prize and the Forward Prize for Best First Collection.
Grayhurst, Allison
Allison Grayhurst is a full member of the League of Canadian Poets. She has over 450 poems published in more than 225 international journals and anthologies. Her book Somewhere Falling was published by Beach Holme Publishers in 1995. Since then she has published eleven other books of poetry and six collections with Edge Unlimited Publishing. Prior to the publication of Somewhere Falling she had a poetry book published, Common Dream, and four chapbooks published by The Plowman. Her poetry chapboo
Grayson, Rachel
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Greco, Terri
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Green, Janae
Green, Sharon
Sharon Hart-Green is a short story writer, poet, translator, and debut novelist. Her works have appeared in several journals including JewishFiction.net, Midstream, and The Jewish Quarterly. Her debut novel was recently submitted to publishers by her literary agent Laura Gross.
Green-Dove, Abigail
Abigail Green-Dove is currently working towards a Master of Studies in Creative Writing at the University of Oxford.
Grellas, Carollynn
Carol Lynn Stevenson Grellas is a six-time Pushcart nominee and Best of the Net nominee. She is the recent winner of the Red Ochre Press Chapbook contest with her entry Before I Go to Sleep. She has authored several chapbooks and two echaps along with her latest full-length collection of poems: Epistemology of an Odd Girl, newly released from March Street Press.
Gretzer, Stephen
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Grey, Elsy
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Grey, John
John Grey is an Australian born poet. Recently published in International Poetry Review, Chrysalis and the science fiction anthology, ?Futuredaze?with work upcoming in Potomac Review, Sanskrit and Fox Cry Review.
Griffing, Kevin
Kevin Griffing is a northwest writer who thinks nature is lame. He is co-editor of the smallest, edgiest literary zine from Bellingham, WA, diarrhea digest.
Griffith, Michael
Michael A. Griffith's chapbooks Bloodline (The Blue Nib) and Exposed (Soma Publishing) were released in the fall of 2018. He teaches at Raritan Valley Community College in Branchburg, NJ.
Grisetti, Joann
Joann Grisetti is a teacher and community volunteer. She lives in Florida with her husband and two sons. Her poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Haiku Magazine, Daily Love, Lynx, Skylark, 50 haikus and Inclement.
Groover, Chandler
Chandler Groover was born in Atlanta and graduated from the University of Georgia. He now lives in NYC.
Groulx, Alexis
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Gruber , Cristine
Cristine A. Gruber has had work featured in numerous magazines, including: North American Review, Writer?s Digest, California Quarterly, The Endicott Review, Garbanzo Literary Journal, The Homestead Review, Iodine Poetry Journal, Miller?s Pond, The Penwood Review, Pound of Flash, Red River Review, The Tule Review, Wilderness House Literary Review, and The Write Place at the Write Time. Her first full-length collection of poetry, "Lifeline," is available from Amazon.com.
Grumet, Joanne
I teach writing at Baruch College, the City University of New York. My poetry can be found in BigCityLit.com, Jewish Women's Literary Annual, and in The Same. My songs can be heard online at "The Song HD Joanne Grumet."
Guggenheim, Herb
Herb Guggenheim was born in Washington, D.C. and grew up in Silver Spring, Maryland. His poems and short stories have appeared in a number of literary magazines and anthologies, including The Beloit Poetry Journal, Cabin Fever, District Lines, Gargoyle, The Florida Review, and The Washington Review. His book Sunset at the Hotel Mira Mar: New and Selected Poems was issued by Infinity Publishing in 2011.
Guilford-Blake, Evan
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Gunn, Mary
Mary Gunn writes haiku, tanka and other forms of poetry. Her writing has appeared in a variety of publications, both online and print, in Ireland and overseas including Australia, Canada, UK and USA. Her poems have been published in journals and magazines including Haiku Journal, Three Line Poetry, Tanka Journal, 50 Haikus, Dual Coast Magazine, Jitter (Jitter Press), Tracks (Inwood Indiana Press) and Poetry Quarterly. In 2016, one of her haiku was awarded an Honourable Mention in the VCBF International Haiku Invitational. In 2018, one of her Limericks was long-listed for the 'Bring your Limericks to Limerick' International Festival Competition and she was invited to perform her Limerick at the Festival held in Limerick City, Ireland.
Gupta, Richa
Richa Gupta is a sixteen year old girl living in Bangalore, India. She has a passionate interest in all forms of creative writing and poetry. She has been published and has work forthcoming in a myriad of literary journals, including New Plains Review, Foliate Oak Literary Magazine, Balloons Literary Journal, Nature Writing, On the Rusk, Apeiron Review, Five Willows Literary Journal and Canvas Literary Journal. She plans to publish a book of a collection of her poetry and short stories soon.
Gusek, Chris
Chris Gusek was born in Buffalo, N.Y. and moved to Georgia at an early age. Throughout his life, Chris has always had an interest in the arts, particularly writing and photography. He has been writing poetry for eight years and is the author of Intersections, Directions and Dharma. Some of his inspirations include Basho, Li Po and Bob Dylan.
Gustafson, Jim
Thank You for considering my work.
Guthrie, Devin
Devin Guthrie is a disabled, nonbinary, asexual working towards a PhD in Existential Psychology at Texas A&M University. They are a three-time recipient of the James F. Parker award, and their work has appeared in The Notre Dame Review, Confrontation, New Reader Magazine, Takahē, Hubbub, the Adirondack Review, and others.
Gutierrez, Jorge
Psychology and Studio Art Major at Ripon College in Wisconsin. Originally from Guadalajara, Mexico and now lives in West Los Angeles, California. You can find more of his work at: www.instagram.com/crookedhotel www.instagram.com/idiot.wind
Gutmann, Max
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Guzman, Charlie
Isabalino Anastasio Guzman is a poet from Brooklyn, New York. His work explores the divisions within society, especially the divisions within one?s own identity. He?s currently working on his first book, a narrative series of poems about his struggle to maintain his Puerto Rican heritage. Isablaino has been published in over a dozen including: Big City Lit, The Same Magazine, Shot Glass Journal, Symmetry Pebbles, Underground voices, Toe Good Poetry, and Inclement Poetry.
Guzman, Matthew
Matthew Guzman is currently a graduate student in literature at the University of Texas at San Antonio. He also teaches English at Northwest Vista College. He has had poems published in magazines such as CC & D, Nibble, and The Sagebrush Review.
Guzzi, Deborah
Deborah Guzzi was raised in an interfaith family with Christian and Jewish roots. She spent many years examining the foundations of belief in higher power. Much of her writing expresses a shamanic love of nature. She first published at the age of sixteen. Ms. Guzzi has continued to work on her poetry throughout her life.
H. Castillo, Marcelo
Marcelo H. Castillo studied creative writing at CSU Sacramento. He was selected by Robert Hass to serve as the chief editor for the 2011 Squaw Review. He has held residencies at the Squaw Valley Community of Writers and his most recent work can be found online at Locus Point. He currently studies at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor?s MFA program.
Haakenson, Joshua
Joshua Haakenson is a new poet and writer living in Los Osos, California. He enjoys sports, the classics, and good food.
Haas, Anita
Anita Haas is a Canadian teacher and writer living in Madrid, Spain. She has published three books on film, as well as articles, poems and stories in both English and Spanish.
Hackney, Hannah
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Hada, Ken
Ken Hada's latest poetry collection is Margarita's and Redfish (Lamar UP, 2013). His Spare Parts received the 2011 Western Heritage Award and has been featured on The Writer's Almanac.
Hahnel, Lori
Lori Hahnel is the author of a novel, Love Minus Zero (Oberon, 2008) and a story collection, Nothing Sacred (Thistledown, 2009), which shortlisted for an Alberta Literary Award. A new novel, After You?ve Gone, will be published by Thistledown in Spring 2014. Her work has been published across North America and in the U.K.; her credits include CBC Radio, The Fiddlehead, Prairie Fire and Room. Work is forthcoming in The Antigonish Review.
Haider, Alan
Alan Haider is an American poet who lives in South Florida, where he was born and raised.
Hale, Jamie
Jamie Hale is a disabled poet based in London. Their work explores the embodiment of queer, trans, and disabled experience, in/visible subjectivity, the meaning of disability, and the reality of life with severe impairments and gender dysphoria. As a wheelchair user dependent on various tubes and machines, Jamie is interested in the creative potential of the automation of the body and regeneration of identity, alongside the degeneration of impairment, and the inevitable questions of death and dying. They are keen to challenge their audience to comprehend the lived reality of impairment and disability, and the complicity non-disabled people have in structures that value people based on their productive output, not their human potential. Jamie has written for the Guardian, New Statesman, Friend, Rooted in Rights, and has appeared on Sky News, at the Barbican Centre, and at the Tate Modern.
Hale, Robert
Robert grew up in the south of England before seeking his fortune in foreign lands. His home now is on beautiful Ibiza with his beloved Clouds Woman. He makes himself useful and earns a crust by providing health care to the local community. He loves to spend time walking the woods, cliffs and coastlines of his island home, and torturing some apology for music out of his mandolin. He loves solitude, bodies of water, forests, observing the beauty and the harshness of nature, and (quixotically) pondering the imponderable mysteries of life. His poetry is inspired by the beauty and mystery of the world around us, the natural environment, the human condition, and the greatest motivator of them all, love. Robert has been published in several respected poetry magazines. His two volumes of poetry, "No Better Time Than This" (2018), and "The Storyteller of Isfahan" (2019), are published by Yabisa Gashouse.
Hall, Kent
Kent Hall is a senior majoring in English with a minor in creative writing at Emporia State University. In 2011 he won 2nd place and a publication in the Shorelines Literary Magazine short fiction contest.
Halvorsen, Ann
Editors: If I understood your directions correctly, you do not require a bio at this time, so I have not included mine. Ann Halvorsen ann.halvorsen@csueastbay.edu
Hambrick, Jennifer
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Hamilton, Kallima
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Hammerle, Michael
Poetry Quarterly Submission Name: Michael A Hammerle Address: 13001 SW 121st Ave, Archer, Florida, 32618 Phone: (352) 672-0825 Email: Mikehammerle@gmail.com; Bio: Michael Hammerle holds a BA in English cum laude from the University of Florida. His poetry has appeared in Mosaic Art and Literary Journal Vol. 54. He recently was named a finalist for the 2015 Prime Number Magazine Award. When he is not writing he is working hard to get Balladeer Farms, a small business he owns, to take off. He is the Creative Director of CW Strickland Inc. He lives in Archer, Florida, with his girlfriend and their three Staffordshire Terriers
Hampton, Shawn
Shawn Hampton is an undergraduate Creative Writing student at Florida State University.
Hansel, John
JW Drake lives and writes in North Carolina.
Hansen, Chelsea
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Hansen, Robert
Hanson, Nels
Nels Hanson grew up in California?s San Joaquin Valley and has worked as a farmer, teacher and writer/editor. His fiction received the San Francisco Foundation?s James D. Phelan Award and Pushcart nominations in 2010, 12, and 2014. Poems appeared in Word Riot, Oklahoma Review, Pacific Review and other magazines and his poetry received the 2014 Prospero Prize from the Sharkpack Review and 2014 Pushcart nomination.
Harker, Taegan
Taegan Harker is a graduate of Bath Spa University, England, where her equal love for prose and poetry was encouraged to an arguably inadvisable degree. Born in Louisiana, US, she spent her formative years in the Mid- and Southwest of England and consequently, much of her work veers toward the autobiographical in the hope of shedding light on not only her own experiences, but that of others as well.
Harmon, Tiffany
Tiffany Renee Harmon is a poet and writer of speculative fiction from Cincinnati, OH.
Harper, Stephanie
Stephanie is currently pursuing her Masters of Fine Arts at Fairfield University with an emphasis in fiction, but also enjoys poetry immensely. She is grateful for the opportunity to share her work here.
Harriell, Derrick
Derrick Harriell holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Chicago State University and is currently a dissertator in UW-Milwaukee?s English PhD program where he also teaches Creative Writing. He?s worked as assistant poetry editor for Third World Press and is currently poetry editor for The Cream City Review. A 2009 Pushcart Nominee, Harriell?s poems have appeared in various literary journals and anthologies. Cotton (Aquarius Press-Willow Books 2010) is his first collection of poems.
Harris, David
Until seven or eight years ago, I was a lifelong New Yorker and fiction writer. Then I moved to Tennessee to get married and took up poetry. Both projects seem to be coming along nicely. And, in nice weather, I drive a classic MGB. Other work has been accepted by The Pedestal, Gargoyle, Pirene's Fountain, and others. My first collection, The Review Mirror, was published by Unsolicited Press in 2013.
Harris, Leslie
I have been writing poetry for over 20 years. I've had pieces published in various zones, magazines & anthologies. I graduated from Michigan State University & U of D Law School. I live & work in the Detroit, MI area.
Harris, Matthew
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.
Hart, Libby
Libby Hart is an Australian poet whose books include 'Fresh News from the Arctic', 'This Floating World' and 'Wild'. 'Fresh News from the Arctic' won the Anne Elder Award. 'This Floating World' was shortlisted for the Victorian Premier?s Literary Awards and 'The Age' Book of the Year Awards, and longlisted for the Prime Minister?s Literary Awards. 'Wild' was shortlisted for the New South Wales Premier?s Literary Awards.
Hartman, Michelle
I was published by Poetry Quarterly.

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