Susan Terris’ most recent books
are Ghost of
Yesterday: New & Selected Poems (Marsh
Hawk Press) and Memos (Omnidawn). She
is the author of six poetry books
most recent collection of poetry is This Summer
and That Summer (Bloomsbury, 2015). He has
two other volumes.
He lives in Mumbai, India.
is a well published Canadian poet He has over twenty poetry books published and has
appeared in over sixty anthologies and textbooks. His latest volume
of Eden: Poems
from the Southwest from
Lamar University Press.
Gabriella Garofalo was
born in Italy some decades ago, Gabriella Garofalo fell in love with
the English language at six, started writing poems (in Italian) at
six and is the author of “Lo sguardo di Orfeo”; “L’inverno di
vetro”; “Di altre stelle polari”; “Blue branches"
Sarah Mkhonza is a poet from Swaziland. She
is 59 years old. She was born in Swaziland. She now lives in
California. She has published novels, short stories and poems in
English and SiSwati, the language of Swaziland.
lifelong career was in the entertainment
business, as a solo performer in the medium of
stage, television, and nightclubs across North
America, the Orient and beyond. including a
command performance for the Prime Minister of
Guest Editor Lucille Lang Day
won the 2014
Blue Light Poetry Prize. She is also co-editor
of the anthology Red Indian Road West: Native
American Poetry from California as well as the
author of a children’s book, Chain Letter, and a
memoir, Married at Fourteen: A True Story, which
received a PEN Oakland Josephine Miles Literary
Award and was a finalist for the Northern
California Book Award in Creative Nonfiction.
Her poems, short stories, and essays have
received nine Pushcart Prize nominations and
have appeared widely.
co-editor of Red Indian Road West: Native
American Poetry from California (Scarlet Tanager
Books, 2016). His poetry appears in Shedding
Skins: Four Sioux Poets (Michigan State
University Press, 2008). Kurt was a featured
poet at the prestigious Geraldine R. Dodge 12th
Biennial Poetry Festival and the first spoken
word poet to receive an Archibald Bush
Foundation artist fellowship in literature.
work has appeared in many anthologies and
literary magazines. Her first manuscript won the
Diane Decorah award in 2005. She is the author
of four books: two full-length poetry
collections, a vignette fiction book and a
chapbook. The latest is Clouds Running In,
published by Taurean Horn Press.
grew up in Illinois and New Hampshire and now
lives in Berkeley, CA. Her poetry and stories
have appeared in a wide variety of journals and
magazines. Of her five collections of poetry,
the most recent is Winter Horse.
is the founding editor of Červená Barva Press
and one of the USA editors for Levure Litteraire
(France). Widely published in the USA and
abroad, her poetry has been translated and
published into the Romanian, Serbian, Spanish,
Estonian, and French. In 2014, Gloria won the
Ibbetson Street Press Lifetime Achievement Award
and in May, 2016, Gloria will receive the Allen
Ginsberg Award for community service by the
Newton Writing and Publishing Center.
is a member of the League of Canadian
nominated for Sundress Publications “Best of the Net” 2015,
has over 685 poems published in more than 325 international
journals and anthologies. In 2014 her chapbook Surrogate
published by Kind of a Hurricane Press, Barometric Pressures
Author Series in October 2014. More recently, she has a
chapbook Currents pending
publication this Fall with Pink.Girl.Ink.
In August 2015 Alan
Britt was invited by the Ecuadorian House of Culture
Benjamín Carrión in Quito, Ecuador as part of a cultural
exchange of poets between Ecuador and the United States.
During his visit, he participated in the international
literary conference sponsored by La Hermandad de las Palabras
2015 in Babahoyo, Ecuador.
Monica Helene Thomas book
author of 5 published fiction books. "My Brother's Keeper",
"What a Crooked Web We Weave", "I'll Never Amount to Nothing
So You Say" , "A Friend's Betrayal" and "Nobody's Child" are
just among her published works. She's a television pilot
writer and an inventor.
Monica H. Thomas resides
in Gainesville, Florida
An Australian poet whose latest collection, Patterns of
Perception, was published by Augur Press last January,
Ken W. Simpson lives with his family at Lysterfield, a Melbourne
suburb, in the state of Victoria.
Dr. Piatt is
the author of two poetry books, “The Silent
Pond” (2012) and “Ancient Rhythms” (2014), his
third poetry book will be released in 2015.
Guest Editor Glen Sorestad's
Special Canadian Edition
Introduction by Glen Sorestad
the MFA in Writing at the University of
Saskatchewan in Saskatoon. Bedlam Cowslip: The
John Clare Poems (Wolsak and Wynn, Bookrider
Books) is her seventh collection. Jeanette's
novel, The Factory Voice was podcast on national
is the author of three books of poetry, Seldom Seen
Wells, and Aphelion, and a collection of ecological essays, A
Profession of Hope: Farming at the Edge of the Grizzly Trail.
She is a farmer and a professor of creative writing and
ecocriticism at Red Deer College.
has co-edited Coastlines: The Poetry of Atlantic Canada, edited In
the Writers’ Words and published nine books of poetry, his most
recent Personal encounters. He has received numerous awards,
including the Alden Nowlan Award for Excellence.
Peter Christensen has published four books of poetry: Hailstorm,
Rig Talk, To Die Ascending and Winter Range. His best-selling book of short stories, Wilderness Tales, evokes the
sensuous physicality of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. He currently
on the Pacific raincoast of B.C.
Rhona McAdam is a
writer, food activist and holistic nutritionist. In 2012 she
published an urban agriculture manifesto, Digging the City (RMB).
Ex-ville (Oolichan, 2014) is her sixth poetry
collection. She lives in Victoria, B.C.
two terms as the Poet Laureate of Saskatchewan
and in 2009 received the Lieutenant Governor’s
Award for lifetime achievement in the arts. His
seventh book of poetry, The Days Run Away,
appeared this year from Coteau Books.
L. Ward Abel is the author
of Cousins Over Colder
Fields (Finishing Line Press, 2013), Roseorange (Flutter Press,
2013), and the forthcoming Little Town gods (Folded Word Press,
won 1st prizes in Gulf Coast Ethnic & Jazz Poetry, Heart Poetry,
Lucidity, Poets for Human Rights, and Writers Rising Up! In
her first 5 years of writing, over 200 of her
poems have won awards or publication.
Janet Buck is
a seven-time Pushcart Nominee. Janet's second
print collection of poetry, Tickets to a Closing
Play, was the winner of the 2002 Gival Press
have appeared recently in The Four Seasons (Kind of a Hurricane
Press), The Writing Disorder, Strong Verse, Aji Magazine, Balloons
Lit Journal (Hong Kong), and The Screech Owl: The Apple Tree (UK).
Beltran's poems have been
published in Sage of Consciousness, San Francisco
Peace and Hope, Poetry Pacific, Strange Horizons, Penwood
Review, Linnet´s Wings, Miller´s Pond, Bolts of Silk, etc.
poems have appeared in
Manzanita, POETRY NOW, Tapestries, Entering
Convergence, and Tiger Eye,
to name a few.
is a Pushcart nominated poet from Portland, Oregon. He has
been writing for 25 years and have over 150 publications in
print and online in such publications as
Hiram Poetry Review,
Mudfish, Poetry Magazine(online), Ceremony, Cactus Heart,
Similar Peaks, Gloom Cupboard, Poetry Salzburg and other
publications. His most recent publication was in The Rain Party
and Disaster Society; He has also been published in
anthologies such as " Fertile Ground," and Beyond The
Strider Marcus Jones – is a poet, law
graduate and ex civil servant, born in 1960 from Salford, England
with proud Celtic roots in Ireland and Wales.
In 2014, his poetry has been published in
A New Ulster/Anu Issue 27, The Screech Owl, Catweazle Issue 5,
Calliope and The Gambler magazines; Degenerates Voices For
Peace-Vagabonds: Anthology Of The Mad; Killer Whale Journal; Dagda
Publishing; The Huffington Post USA; Writer’s Ezine; The Poets
Haven-Vending Machine Poetry for Change Volume 5; Sonic Boom Journal
and The Open Mouse.
has published four collections of
poetry: “A HOUSE MADE OF GLASS “,
published by ART – Užice in 1996;
collection of poems “YOURS“,
published by Narodna knjiga Belgrade
in 2003; collection of haiku poetry
“VOLCANO”, published by Lotos from
Valjevo in 2004. A CD book “A HOUSE
MADE OF GLASS” published by ART in
2005, bilingual SR-EN with music,
AH-EH-IH-OH-UH, published by Poeta,
Belgrade in 2008. "A
House Made of Glass" published by »Hammer & Anvil Books» – American,
Her poetry and haiku have been translated
into several languages.
Ellenwood Barlowe (Curtis
M. Harrell, Jr.) has published two books, Cathedral of the New Age and Seven
Angels, and has three upcoming book projects in the works. urtis M.
Harrell, Jr. is a native Chicagoan, born and
raised on the Near North side of the city – in
the very shadow of the Cabrini-Green Housing
has received the Library of Congress’s
Connecticut Lifetime Achievement Award for
Service to the Literary Community and the
Connecticut Book Award for Poetry. Other poetry
awards include the Lucille Medwick Prize from
the Poetry Society of America, the Robert Frost
Foundation Poetry Prize, the Ann Stanford Poetry
Prize from the University of Southern
California, the Marble Faun Poetry Prize from
the William Faulkner Society, the Daniel
Varoujan Prize from the New England Poetry Club
and the Hart Crane Prize from Kent.
is the Poetry Editor for the “J,” the
Development Chair of the Women’s
National Book Association and
a member of the National
Book Critics Circle. Joan’s newest poetry collection is “The
Long Blue Room,” Benicia
Literary Arts, 2014. Previous books: “A
Dreamer’s Guide to Cities and Streams,” “Here
& Abroad,” and “Seeking
CD, “Transported,” is on iTunes.Her readings include Bowery
Poetry Club, Southern Festival of Books,
Litquake, The Oakland Museum and the NY Public
Library. She has been featured on KPIX, NBC,
cable TV and over 20 radio stations
awards include the New Jersey Poets
Prize, two fellowships in poetry
from New Jersey State Council on the
Arts, residencies at art colonies
including a Geraldine R. Dodge
Foundation fellowship at Yaddo.For
Montclair Art Museum she has twice
presented “A Poet Speaks to Art”,
reading her poems in response to
works of art with images of the art
projected on screen.
has been published in
The English Journal, The Aquarian, and The
Rutherford Red Wheelbarrow. In 1977 he began Footwork magazine
which became The
Paterson Literary Review. Pereny has
been nominated for the Pushcart and Editor's Choice prizes
and has received two Honorable Mention prizes from The
World of Poetry.
Walter Bargen has
published eighteen books of poetry. His
most recent books are Quixotic (2014),
and Gone West (2014). He
was appointed the first poet laureate of Missouri (2008-2009). www.walterbargen.com.
In addition,he has received a NEA grant in poetry, the Chester H.
Jones Foundation Award, The William Rockhill Nelson Award, The
Quarter After Eight Prose Prize, an A cappella Zoo award, and a few
Daniels’ fourteenth book of poems,
Birth Marks, was published
by BOA Editions in 2013 and was selected as a Michigan Notable Book,
winner of the Milton Kessler Poetry Book Award, and received the
Gold Medal in Poetry in the Independent Publishers Book Awards. His
fifth book of short fiction,
Eight Mile High, was published by Michigan State University
Press in 2014. Daniels is the Thomas Stockham
University Professor of English at Carnegie Mellon University.
over four dozen books include Women
on Poetry: Writing, Revising, Publishing and Teaching,
& Writers Magazine list
of Best Books for Writers. Water,
Earth, Air, Fire, and Picket Fences is
a 2014 collection from Lamar University Press; Divining
the Prime Meridian, is
forthcoming from WordTech Editions. She has appeared in such
journals as: Drunken
Boat; The Writer's Chronicle; The Main Street Rag; Jelly Bucket;
Dr. Piatt received
his BS and MA from California Polytechnic University and his doctorate from BYU. He
is a retired professor and the author of 2 poetry books,
“The Silent Pond,” and “Ancient Rhythms,” 2 novels, “The Ideal Society,”
and “The Monk,” 33 short stories, and 7
essays. His poem “The
Night Frog” was nominated for best of web 2013.
is a retired English teacher and writing
instructor who was awarded the Cyber-wit Poetry Award. His poems,
stories, articles, and letters have appeared widely in publications
that include New York
Times, U. S. A. Today, The Writer, Writer’s Digest, Christian
Science Monitor, www.poetrymagazine.com, The National
Enquirer, and Cats
Brown, American author/poet of 18
books including 7 volumes of poetry; recipient of the New
York State Senator's award for poetry; international
lecturer and literary reviewer; currently teaching English
in China at Nanjing Agricultural University; Published in
numerous literary journals including the Tower Journal; Mad
Swirl, Munyori Literary Journal, and EPW- Every Writer.
has won awards from the Illinois Arts Council,
Poetry on the Lake, and the National Federation
of State Poetry Societies. Her fifth and most
recent collection is Hanging
Like Hope on the Equinox (Virtual
has published a book on G. B. Shaw entitled
Transformations and Texts as well as a number of poems
in literary journals including Kimera and Red
River Review and Minimus. His award winning book
of essays entitled The Winds of Ilion appeared in
2011 and a book of poetry, The Apostate Djin,
appeared in 2013. He holds a Ph. D. in comparative
literature from UNC-Chapel Hill and has published a number
of articles on literary theory and criticism.
Lois Marie Harrod’s 13th
and 14th collections Fragments
from the Biography of Nemesis and
How Marlene Mae Longs for Truth
were just published. The Only
Is won the 2012 Tennessee Chapbook Contest.
Brief Term, teaching poems,
was published in 2011.
She teaches Creative Writing at The College of New Jersey.
poems have appeared internationally in various e-journals
and magazines, including Otoliths, Pinstripe Fedra,
ekleksographia, Shampoo, Innisfree Poetry Journal,
Big Bridge, Pirene’s Fountain, a glimpse of (in English
and in Greek), and in anthologies such as New
Directions International Anthology of Poetry and Prose,
poem, home: ars poetica, Sunrise from Blue Thunder,
4W, Poetry Kanto among others. Among her
published by Glass
Lyre Press (USA, January 2014).(http://www.glasslyrepress.com/),
Kim-Gibson is a
renowned independent filmmaker/writer, known for
championing the compelling but neglected issues
of human rights.
All of her films garnered
many awards, including the Kodak Filmmaker Award, and were
screened at numerous festivals worldwide, in addition to
national broadcast on PBS and on the Sundance Channel in the
She has received grants from the Rockefeller and
Nguyen is the author of two
poetry books, Under the Stone and
The Chickadees. Her 1st book was chosen as
the Award Finalist in the 2011 Readers Favorite Book
Contest. Her 2nd book won 1st Place
Award with Five Stars Publications for its 2011 Royal
Dragonfly Book Competition.
Derold Sligh has appeared in journals such as American Poetry Journal, Mythium, Chamber Four, Konundrum Engine, Saw Palm, Pudding House Press, Switchback Magazine, Central Review, Web del Sol, and Gemini Magazine He has taught creative writing workshops for San Diego State University, Gear Up and King/Chavez/Parks and was also a guest poet at the Theodore Roethke Memorial where he ran a workshop for African American fathers and sons.He is currently a member of the English faculty at Daegu University in Daegu, South Korea.
Jennifer Lagier has been
published online and in print, most recently in
Avocet, Trajectory, Word Riot,
Harbinger Asylum Review,
Backstreet Quarterly, The Clark Street Review,
Sugar Mule, Snail Mail Review, Steam Ticket, Song
of the San Joaquin
and The Homestead Review and has published
seven books of poetry
d.n. simmers is
an on line editor with fine lines. He is on
the current Poetry Salzburg. He is in an
anthology in Bulgaria, in English and
Rumanian and Spanish. He is in or will be in Red River Review, The
Storyteller, Nomad's Choir, Poetry Pacific,
Prairie Journal. He has been in Van
Gogh's Ear, Splizz Wales, Poetry New Zealand,
and other international magazines.
has written nineteen volumes of
poetry as well as his memoir, "Dead Rainbows". His poems
have appeared in Vox Poetica, The Monarch Review, The
Forge Journal, Apollo's Lyre, Black Heart Magazine
and Your Daily Poem among others. His paintings are in
private collections in the United States, Canada and
have been published in many reviews, journals and
magazines.Some of them are – Fowl Feathered Review, The
Artistic Muse Poetry,
Eastlit, Earthborne, Carcinogenic Poetry, Out of Our, Nano
Nostrovia Poetry, Sprout Magazine, Melbrake etc. He has
written four poetry books “ Takhir,” “ The Vague,” “ Once
And For All” and “The Edges Of The Spirit”.
Guest Edited Special Australian Edition
founded and edited Poetry DownUnder (Numbat). Recently
he released his book "Prayers waiting for God"
is a Western Australian writer and member of the
Katharine Susannah Prichard Writers’ Centre,
where she facilitates the social history and
poetry groups. She has written several books on
these subjects and has also won numerous awards
is from Perth in Australia. He works as an
employee at a book shop. He has over fifteen
years of experience in studying various styles
writes and publishes poems,
songs and prose, performs poetry and music,
and edits and teaches poetry.
The National Library of
Australia's Pandora project includes Jackson’s website
Proximity. Jackson teaches poetry and creative writing.
published in numerous literary journals,
magazines and anthologies. Poetileptic,
his first volume of poetry, was published in
2005 by Five Islands Press, Melbourne. His second full collection, The Brokenness Sonnets I-III & Other Poems
won the 2012 Age Poetry Book of the Year Award
has three published poetry collections in
sparrow in an airport, micromacro and
phobiaphobia and has published hundreds of poems on
websites and e-lit journals around the world including
Cortland Review and Red River Review
Holmes's poetry memoir, Shards, about a
Japanese pottery village, was published by Turn of River
Press in 2005. A Leaf Called Socrates was published by
iUniverse in 2011. Her poems have appeared in The
Asian Pacific American Journal, Japanophile, Red
Wheelbarrow, Connecticut River Review and other
Steven Schmelz is a graduate of Bates
College of Lewiston, Maine.
He has been writing poetry for many years and is the President of
Sea View Chrysler Jeep and Sea Breeze Ford in Monmouth County NJ.
is a writer of poetry with books of
poems titled, WHERE THE LEAVES
DARKEN and LIKE WATER TO STONE. He
has been published in a number of
magazines including: The Baltimore
Review, The Windsor Review, The Innisfree Poetry Journal, Fourth River magazine,
enskyment.org, River Oak Review, Salzburg Poetry Review and
many others. He has been nominated for the 2012
Pushcart Prize. His most recent acceptance is in the
upcoming issue of Warwick Review.
Joseph Crow Riley's
life is a never ending tug of war between the
priest and the poet–the priest wants to be
austere and puritanical; the poet wants to be
raging mass of self-indulgence. He has won
awards for both his fiction and poetry. He has
been published in many periodicals for poetry,
essays, fiction,& historical, theological, and
‘s poems have been published in many anthologies
and journals, print and online.
The Bread We Ate,
a collection of original poetry, was published
in 2012 by Guernica. She has also
published two other works of original poetry, Dreamsearch (malafemmina) and
Home is Foreign Country (Eadmer), and two
bilingual editions of translations, I Saw the
Muses (Guernica), and Winter Fragments
Israeli poet and writer, who writes in Hebrew,
in translation here, has published 21 volumes
of fiction and poetry, since 1973.
Honored many times, he is world renowned, and
books include:A Normal Day Amazes Us
(Kings Estate Press), 2004
Waiting for the Quetzal
(March Street Press), 2006
The Porous Desert
(Future Cycle Press), 2007
The Devil's Sonata
(Future Cycle Press). He
has also twice won
the Slipstream Chapbook Contest, most recently for
From the Age of Miracles in 2009,
and in 2008, won the Ronald Wardall Award from Rain
Mountain Press for The Lost River.
has published poems in
literary publications such as The Spoon River Quarterly,
Circus Maximus, Seven Stars Poetry, Poydras Review, Emerge Literary
Journal, Barnwood International Poetry Magazine, The New Poet and
Hamilton Stone Review (Sept. 2012). His chapbook, Prairie Shoutings
and Other Poems, was published by The Spoon River Poetry
Press, (Bradley University).
poetry has appeared in twelve countries in such
publications as The Cannon’s Mouth,
Poetry Salzburg Review, Ascent Aspirations, generations
and Write On!!!
Fady Joudah has
Like a Straw Bird It follows Me (Yale Press,
2011) into English. He won the Yale Younger Poets Award for
his first book of his own poetry. His own 2nd
poetry collection, Alight, was released by Copper Canyon Press
in 2013. Ghassan Zaqtan is one of the most prominent
Palestinian poets writing today. He has written
ten collections of poetry and two novels. His
work has been translated into several languages.
Like a Straw Bird It Follows Me is the first
translation of his work into English
nominated for two Pushcart Prizes and is a past
recipient of the Ann Fields Poetry Prize, the
Academy of American Poets Award, the Browning
Society Award for Dramatic Monologue, and Arts
Council Silicon Valley Fellowships in Poetry and
The Novel. BEFORE THE CITY, his first book
of poetry, took First Place at the 2003 San
Diego Book Awards.
35 years Wicks has performed at
festivals, schools, prison etc.
Published in well over 200 different
magazines, anthologies & newspapers
across 15 countries in 9 languages.
Conducts workshops around Australia &
runs Meuse Press which focuses on poetry
outreach projects like poetry on buses &
poetry published on the surface of a
river. His 8th book of poetry is the
Ambrosiacs (Island, 2009)
Gerald Solomon's poetry has been published in the USA
The Baltimore Review, Illuminations, The The
Literary Review, The Printer's Devil,
Writer, Essence, Decanto, The Monarch
Review, Stickman Review,The Muse,
Barnwood International Magazine,
Blue Pepper, Best Poems, Avatar, Ottawa
Ascent Aspirations, Clockhouse Review,
In the UK in
Stand, The London Magazine, Numinous,
has written poetry since 1986, publishing a
collection (‘Coracle’, 2009) and several
chapbooks including ‘q finger’ (PressPress
2011). Fremantle Press's ten-poet volume
'Performance Poets' (2012) will feature her
work. Janet writes songs and sometimes
accompanies poems with guitar. She
frequently guests at festivals and readings,
including the 2010 Australian Poetry Centre
festival and the 2009 Queensland Poetry
McRae studied film, radio and television production,
1972 - 1975, while playing in a number of bands in
and around Ontario.
He began poetry readings in London, 1994, and
acoustic gigs. First poems published, 1997, hundreds
of publications since.
Harrison has been published in over 60 journals and
magazines and possess a BA from The University of
Washington. He has had three books of poetry published
including Voyager, The maverick posse, and The fire behind
Susan Terris’ books include
THE HOMELESSNESS OF SELF, CONTRARIWISE, and FIRE IS
FAVORABLE TO THE DREAMER. Her work has appeared in many
journals, including The Southern Review, The Journal, and
Ploughshares. A poem of hers appeared in Pushcart Prize
XXXI. She is the editor of Spillway Magazine and poetry
editor of In Posse Review and of Pedestal. In recent years,
she has won both the George Bogin Award and the Louis Hammer
Award from the Poetry Society of America.
is author of over 20 volumes of
poems, has appeared in countless literary
magazines and ezines throughout North
America and elsewhere. His poems have
appeared in over 50 anthologies and
textbooks, as well as having been translated
into a half-dozen languages, including the
bilingual, English/Spanish edition of his
latest poetry volume, A Thief of
Impeccable Taste. Sorestad has
received many awards, including the Queen’s
Diamond Jubilee Medal (2012) and has been
made a Member of the Order of Canada, his
country’s highest non-military honour.
Afzal Moolla was
born in Delhi, India while his parents
exile, working as anti-Apartheid activists for
the African National Congress.
Afzal subsequently travelled wherever his parent's work took them.
He still feels that he hasn't stopped travelling
Afzal currently works and lives in Johannesburg, South Africa and
shares his literary musings with his most
strident critic - his 12 year old cat.
works in an
educational Institution of Himmatnagar, Gujarat,
He passed his boyhood at the suburb of Calcutta and at the age of 19
started writing poetry in Bengali, his mother
tongue. Several were published in local
Now writing in English, he has had his poetry published in various
is a graduate of Bates College of Lewiston,
He has been writing poetry for many years and is
the President of Sea View Chrysler Jeep and Sea
Breeze Ford in Monmouth County NJ.
's most recent collection, Takes Guts & Years
Sometimes, was just published by New
York Quarterly Books
2011. She’s previously published thirteen
collections of poetry. The most recent:
Something Is Burning In Brooklyn (2009,
Iniquity Press/ Vendetta Books) Living In
(Presa Press, 2007) and City Woman
(March Street Press, Fall, 2006, Small Press
Reviews’ Picks). Two previous collections
also had that honor; she’s been nominated twice
for a pushcart prize.
recent publications are
Blackcatpoem.com, Tower Journal,
The Hudson View, Winter 2011,
Inquisition Poetry, and
Munyari.com to name a few.
These poems are included in future book
called, 'The Last Beat', as he believes
Beatniks are a dying breed.
had or will have forthcoming articles, stories,
novellas, poems, or memoirs published in
a multitude of
print and internet publications.
Slavov (Cyrillic: Васил Славов)
is a Bulgarian author and poet, born
on 25 February 1958 in Sofia,
Bulgaria. Has been living in the USA
since 1989. First collection of
poetry published in 1989. Poems in
the collection of Bulgarian verse “
Windows at the Black Sea “ (Carnegie
Mellon University Press), editors
Richard Harteis & William Meredith.
Author of several books of poetry,
Last book of poetry “Americana“,
published with “Trud“ Publishing
House - Sofia, Bulgaria - December
has had her
poems published over the past twenty years in
journals throughout the United States, Canada,
and in the United Kingdom. Her book Somewhere
Falling was published by Beach Holme
Publishers, a Porcepic Book, in Vancouver in
1995. Her chapbook The River Is Blind
is expected to come out in 2012.
a native Midwesterner, is the author of eight
books of poetry, a book of
memoirs, four books of fiction, two
of authors Lawrence Ferlinghetti and
Kenneth Patchen, and two books of
translations from the Chinese.
is the author
of six books of poetry including a poetry
bestseller. .His works have
been published in over hundred International
literary publications and have been
translated into Macedonian, Italian, Arabic, Hindi, Telugu
Linda Nemec Foster is the author of nine
collections of poetry including Living in the Fire Nest
(a finalist for the Poet’s Prize), Amber Necklace from
Gdansk (a finalist for the Ohio Book Award in Poetry),
and Listen to the Landscape (short-listed for the
Michigan Notable Book Award).
Emeniano Acain Somoza, Jr. is author of 'A
Fistful of Moonbeams', his first poetry chapbook published
by Kilmog Press in April 2010. Somoza
hails from Siquijor Island in the Philippines. His writing
has been widely published in his home country.
recent book is Swimming the Eel. Her
poems, reviews, and essays appear in West
Branch, Arts & Letters, Nimrod, The
Dark Horse, River Styx, Redwood
Coast Review, Poet Lore, Colorado
Review and elsewhere.
Hebrew poet and writer, has published 21 volumes
of fiction and poetry, in Hebrew, since 1973.
Honored many times, he is world renowned.
and edited Poetry DownUnder (Numbat).
Recently he released his book "Prayers waiting
is the author of 16 books and chapbooks of
poems, and 26 produced full- length and short-
is a writer, writing coach, and radio
commentator, the author most recently of The
More Difficult Beauty, teacher and NEA fellow.
won the Lambda Literary Award, the
Pushcart Prize, the Elliston Book Award, The
Pablo Neruda Prize, the Larry Levis Prize, and the New
is a seven-time Pushcart
Nominee. the winner of the
2002 Gival Press
is a graduate of Bates College of Lewiston,
He has been writing poetry for many years and is
the President of Sea View Chrysler Jeep and Sea
Breeze Ford in Monmouth County NJ.