Joan McNerney’s poetry has been included in numerous literary magazines such as Seven Circle Press, Dinner with the Muse, Blueline, Spectrum, three Bright Spring Press Anthologies, and several Kind of A Hurricane Publications. She has been nominated three times for … Continue reading
New Jersey poet, Neil Ellman, has twice been nominated for Best of the Net, the Pushcart Prize, and the Rhysling Award from the Science Fiction Poetry Association. More than 1,000 of his poems appear in print and online journals, anthologies, … Continue reading
Mahima Gupta is a 17-year old poet from Kolkata, India. She is a student of Class 12. Writing has been a very important part of her life since the time she realises how wonderful it is to pen down one’s … Continue reading
Lazola Pambo is a South African poet, novelist and essayist. His works have been published locally and internationally in journals and magazines such as The Kalahari Review, Black Magnolias Literary Journal (Mississippi), New Asian Writing (Thailand), 2012 Short Story Day … Continue reading
Jasmeen Griffin recently studied at Oxford University with poet Jenny Lewis. She was born in India and studied in the United States and Canada. Bridging these cultures has taught her how much is gained as well as lost in translation. … Continue reading
Solomon O. Olaniyan is an indigene of Ipapo, Oyo State, where he grew and had his Primary and Secondary Education. Olaniyan is of the Department of English, University of Ibadan, Nigeria, where he had both his B.A and M.A degrees. … Continue reading
Adreyo Sen is currently a student at Stony Brook, Southampton. He has been published in Danse Macabre, Garbanzo, and Cannon’s Mouth. Read his poems: The Ghost, The Lost Children, and The Despot.
Kevin Sampsel grew up writing poetry and fiction in Tennessee. He currently lives in Norfolk, Virginia, with his wife and takes advantage of any opportunity to travel or be outdoors. His work can be found in various publications. His first … Continue reading
JD DeHart is a writer and teacher. His work has appeared recently in Eunoia Review, The Literary Yard, The Commonline Journal, Eye On Life Magazine, among other publications. Read his poems: Pointillism, Death of the Jellyfish, and Rhino Garden.
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Aneesha Roy is an avid reader and writer of poetry. Her poems have been published in Haiku Journal, The Literary Yard, Contraposition, and New Asian Writing. She has a degree in English literature. Apart from literature, she is interested in … Continue reading