Our Published Poets

Agnew, Zach
Zach Agnew is a Canadian writer that has spent his life being inspired by the rhythm of the world around him. He was born in the fall of 1987 and has called Calgary home since. The majority of his adult life has been spent working in a bookstore, surrounded by the books that continue to inspire him. Currently he is attending the University of Calgary, where he is working towards finishing up his Bachelor of Arts in History. To find more of his work please visit: www.zagthepoet.com
Aldridge, Bobby
Alsbury, Kate
A writer and nature lover. Currently the editor at Jalmurra.
Ancheta, Angelo
Angelo B. Ancheta lives in Rizal, Philippines. His haiku, senryu, tanka and short poems have appeared in various journals and anthologies including The Heron's Nest, Modern Haiku, cattails, A Hundred Gourds, Under the Basho, Chrysanthemum, Akitsu Quarterly, Mainichi Daily, Asahi Haikuist Network to name a few.
Andersen, James
James holds an MA in History from Appalachian State University and is a Career Counselor and adjunct History Instructor at Coastal Carolina Community College. When He's not teaching he can usually be found on the beach or sitting on his back porch writing, usually with his dog.
Andersen, Kevin
Anderson, Richard
This my first attempt at this form. It is not as easy as it seems, but was fun (if heart-wrenching can be fun). I’m a retired high school Teacher of English who, after never having written anything at all over thirty-eight years in the classroom, lucked out. I co-produced my first ever screenplay (a short) “If I Tell You,” (watch it on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=47g0rr56Cxs) which made it into three film festivals, the most prestigious being the Berkshire International Film Festival in Great Barrington, MA. I’ve also written three screenplays which I’m currently pitching to producers as either a full-length feature film or as a limited TV series. Three TV pilot scripts have been requested for review; no offers yet but persistence is my middle name.
Anguiano, Kim
Thank you for your feedback on my poem. I hope you like the changes I made. I welcome any comments. Thanks
Baron, Michele
Author, visual/performance artist, former Fulbright Scholar Michele Baron currently lives in Kyrgyzstan, writing for online and print publications including: Different Truths; Every Day Fiction; Readomania; The Kashmir Observer; Darkness There – But Something More: An Anthology of Ghost Stories; Umbilical Chords: An Anthology on Parents Remembered, Dr. Yavati Madan G. Gandhi, ed; The Significant Anthology; and Silhouette I & II and Other Short Stories . Ms. Baron recited two of her poems in the historic Washington, DC, Monroe House for the 80th Anniversary of the Nanking Massacre (December 2017), receiving a Maryland General Assembly Citation (Senator Susan C. Lee) for her Contribution to Arts. Her short story “Jayleigh” has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. Ms. Baron has self-published three short books: A Modest Menu: Poverty, Hunger and Food Security, in Poetry and Prose,
Battersby, Lois
Baxter, Lewis
I hope the submission manager is working now. If possible, please use my pen name, Sephonē Zorro Many thanks, Glenn
Beaston, Judy
Judy Beaston composes tanka and other forms of poetic conversation from her home in the Pacific northwest. When not composing poetry, her muse takes her on fiction journeys, from micro-fiction to long, short stories.
Berard, Lauren
This is my very first tanka poem, I am in love with the simplicity of the style. I was unaware that these are to be untitled as I originally entitled this " The Fire Inside " but I do enjoy the anonymity of the words now that I know.
Berche, Chrystal
Beringer, Laurie
Thank you. Laurie

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