Our Published Poets

Dadswell, Tim
Tim lives in Norfolk, England and began writing four years ago, when he retired from the civil service. He has had work published in The Literary Hatchet, Brilliant Flash Fiction and Tanka Journal (Issue 5). He finds writing groups of great benefit.
DAngelo, Nicholas
Davidson, Tracy
Tracy Davidson lives in Warwickshire, England, and enjoys writing poetry and flash fiction. Her work has appeared in various publications including: A Hundred Gourds, Modern Haiku, Atlas Poetica, The Heron's Nest, Frogpond and Haiku Presence.
Davitt, Deborah
Deborah L. Davitt grew up in Reno, Nevada, but received her MA in English at Penn State University, where she taught rhetoric and composition before becoming a technical writer in fields including as nuclear submarines, NASA, and computer manufacturing. She currently live in Houston, Texas, with her husband and son. She's been nominated for two Rhysling awards, and her poetry has appeared in Star*Line, Dreams & Nightmares, Silver Blade, Snakeskin, Blue Monday Review, Grievous Angel, Poetry Quarterly, The Tanka Journal, Inwood, Indiana, Scifaikuest, and Three-Line Poetry, among others. Her short fiction has been featured in Intergalactic Medicine Show, with stories pending in 2017 with Compelling Science Fiction, The Fantasist, and Altered Europa, and she has four self-published novels available at Amazon: The Saga of Edda-Earth.
De Haven, Stephanie
Dickson, Julie
Julie A. Dickson is a New Hampshire poet and writer. She is a member of the Poetry Society of NH, The Pen Click Poets,/ and the Writers in the Round at Star Island. Her poetry has appeared in Kind of a Hurricane Press, Five Willows Literary Review, Poetry Quarterly, The Avocet Nature Poetry Journal, Page & Spine, The Harvard Press, Van Gogh's Ear, Smoky Quartz and the Portsmouth Herald. Her poems are reflections on nature, teen issues, love and animals.
Drobot, Ana
Edwards, David
David Edwards is a lifelong resident of Muncie, Indiana.
Esposito, Lynette
Evans, Lee
Evans, Woody
Working on variations of this one for years, even as a short story.
Fahey , Mary Crane
Mary Crane Fahey is an educator and writer who lives on the shores of beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire. After thirty-five years as an educator, she has turned her energies into becoming the poet she always knew she wanted to be.
Fitzgerald, Genevieve
Genevieve Fitzgerald was born in NY, read English for a year at Oxford University, is the mother of three children, has facilitated community writers’ groups and also writing workshops for children. Her poetry and prose appears in several journals, including North Carolina Poetry Society’s Pinecone, Carolina Woman, Haiku Journal, The Prose-Poem Project, Main Street Rag’s Raleigh Reading Series, Poets for Living Waters, Third Wednesday and Western North Carolina Woman.
Fleming, Marilyn
Born and raised on a farm in Wisconsin, my poetry has been published in various literary journals, and anthologies, including Goose River Anthology, Modern Haiku, Red Cedar Review, Cattails and Frogpond. I have a special interest in oriental forms of poetry and won my first prize in the Hildegarde Janzen Oriental Forms Award in 1988.
Francone, Vincent

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