Our Published Poets

Ottenfeld, Hannah
an 18 year old poet/dancer/thespian from Chicago, Illinois. Currently residing in Decatur, Illinois.
Padron, AJ
Patterson, Melissa
Pella, Patricia
Penven, Robert
A former United States Marine, having served from 1961 to 1966. Retired from the New Jersey State Police after twenty-six years service. Published poems include two works which can be read at Cowboy Poetry Press, October 2012, 4th week, and a poem published by the Atlantic County Community College of NJ in 1976. I am currently working on a fiction story with a promise of publication. I have been writing stories and poems since elementary school in the 1950s, but didn't seek publication, only friendly recognition.
Perry, Christina
Christina is a poet interested in exploring the world through written word. Currently, she finds herself an enthusiastic student of Japanese short form poetry. Christina has had poems published in the online journal, Page & Spine and in the Northern Writers Vol. 6.
Planko, Christa
Christa Planko is a medical writer/editor by profession with a love for creative writing and poetry. Christa graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English from Rutgers University (New Brunswick, NJ), and a Master of Arts in English from Drew University (Madison, NJ). She has had her poetry and short stories featured in several publications, including River Poets Journal, The Write Room, Haiku Journal, Three-Line Poetry, and Every Day Fiction. Currently, she resides in South Jersey with her 6 feline muses.
Pond, Rachel
Poor, Justine
Prosser, Lee
Qureshi, Maryam
Rahim , Goran
Goran Rahim published his first collection of short poems in 2006, since then he is a well known international poet. Rahim's work is mostly short love poetry.
Roberts, Joe
Robinson, Jackie Maugh
Jackie Maugh Robinson is a poet in Las Vegas, Nevada. Her haiku and haibun are published in Haiku Journal, Lyric Passion Poetry Ezine, Nite Writers International Literary Arts Journal and Haibun Today. She will teach a haiku workshop for the Las Vegas Chapter of the Brandeis National Committee in the Fall of 2014.
Robinson, Melissa
Melissa Robinson is a poet, lover of art and science, and skeptic of technology. She resides in southwestern Virginia. She has been published in Tanka Journal, Poetry Quarterly, and Three Line Poetry.

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