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Ryan, Lucy
Lucy Ryan is a nonbinary London based student/poet/layabout with lots of stories in her and no one to listen. She has been writing since childhood, looking for sense in the senseless. With a focus on free-verse and prose-poetry often exploring the dizzier, darker edges of youth, mental illness and queer culture. Still a hipster, still band-less, still a loser.
Ryan, Martin
As may be obvious I wrote this for my father after he died.
Ryerson, Tim
Sacco, Linda
Linda Sacco is an animal lover and bookworm. She lives in Melbourne, Australia. Her qualifications include Bachelor of Arts (Professional Writing) from Victoria University and Master of Teaching (Primary) from The University of Melbourne. She is the author of the Which Is Your Perfect Pet? ebook series with titles on Dog Breeds, Designer Dogs, Cat Breeds and Birds. These are available from Smashwords, The Apple iBookstore and wherever good ebooks are sold. Her poetry has been published in Track + Signal Magazine, Dead Snakes, Poetry Quarterly, Dual Coast Magazine, Three Line Poetry, Inwood Indiana and Haiku Journal, Tanka Journal and 50 Haikus.
Sacramona, Tom
Tom Sacramona is returning to tanka poems he started in 2012. In the meantime, he has published haiku in journals such as "Acorn", "Frogpond", and "The Heron’s Nest”.
Sam, David Anthony
Born in Pennsylvania, David Anthony Sam now lives in Locust Grove, Virginia with his wife and life partner, Linda, and serves as president of Germanna Community College. He has three collections, was featured poet in the Winter 2016 Hurricane Review and in 2015 was twice nominated for the Pushcart Prize. Credits: In 2015, his poems were accepted by Aji Magazine, Allegro Poetry Magazine, American Tanka, Artemis Journal, The Bacon Review, The Birds We Pile Loosely, Blue Heron Review, Buddhist Poetry Review, Carbon Culture Review, Centrifuge, Clementine Poetry Journal, Dark Matter Journal, Empty Sink Publishing, From the Depths, Foliate Oak Literary Magazine, Heron Tree, Hound, The Hurricane Review, Literature Today, Magnolia Review, On the Rusk, Piedmont Virginian Magazine, Poetry Quarterly, Red Savina Review, Rust+Moth, The Scapegoat Review, Spirit Wind Poetry Gallery, Stoneboat Liter
Samuels, Clarise
Clarise Samuels has published haikus, poems, short stories, and one novel. She is currently working on her second novel. Clarise has a PhD in German literature (Rutgers 1990); her scholarly study of poet Paul Celan can be found in major university libraries. Clarise also does art work (mostly ink and watercolor) and has lately taken up an interest in photography.
Santos, Nicoly
Sargent, Angela
Angela Sargent has been writing poetry since she was about nine years old. Over the years, she has been published in a variety of different publications including Haiku Journal, 50 Haikus, Three Line Poetry, Poetry Quarterly, HeartLodge, Beorh Quarterly, AIM Magazine, Erete\'s Bloom, and Our Journey. Her self-published books, \"Rituals of Season,\" and \"The REAL Project Manager\'s Handbook,\" are no longer available on Amazon.com but she is looking for another self-publishing outlet and an agent. She is currently working on a dystopian, sci-fci novel.
Sauvage Angel, Kelly
A graduate of Northwestern University with a degree in literature, Kelly Sauvage Angel (Kalyanii) is the author of Om Namah…, Scarlet Apples & Cream, two stage plays, dozens of short stories and hundreds of articles. In her free time, she can likely be found engaging her muse within the dance studio or amid the magnificence of nature.
Schmutz, Nikki Anne
Nikki Anne Schmutz is the author of Open Soul Window, In Speaking of… A Poetic Journey From Dark to Light, and Found, a novel. She is a poet and novelist, produced screenwriter, freelance poetry editor, and advocate against sexual violence. She has served as magazine editor-in-chief, literary web site poetry editor, and recited poetry for the Eat Sleep Write podcast. She currently reads poetry for her YouTube Channel, Perfectly Written Pictures. She lives in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains near Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.
Scully, Ron
original is centered.
Simmonds, Rita
Smith, J.L.
J.L. Smith lives in Odenton, Maryland. Her work has appeared in publications such as Cirque, Yellow Chair Review, Eunoia Review, among others. See more at her blog jlsmithwrites.com. Follow her @jennifersmithak
Smith, Tim


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