Our Published Poets

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
Sims, Wesley
Wesley Sims has published one chapbook of poetry, When Night Comes (Finishing Line Press, 2013). His work has appeared in Connecticut Review, G.W. Review, South Carolina Review, Pine Mountain Sand and Gravel, Praxis Magazine, Liquid Imagination, The Avocet, Nature Writing, Pangolin Review, and others. He enjoys writing nature and humorous poetry. He lives in Oak Ridge, TN.
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, Larry
Larry Smith is a translator from the Chinese Zen poets and the author of 8 books of poems, most recently Thoreau's Lost Journal: Poems. He lives with his wife Ann along the shores of Lake Erie in Ohio.
Smith, Tim
Spitzenberger, Ray
Ray Spitzenberger is a free lance writer who has published in numerous publications, including FOOD FOR THOUGHT (Haikus), THE PAWN REVIEW (poem), THE RED RIVER REVIEW (poems), TRY MAGAZINE (Haikus and other poems), HANDBOOK OF TEXAS (history), GRIT MAGAZINE (non-fiction), and others. He lives near Houston, Texas, with his beautiful wife Peggy and spoiled cat Gatsby.
Sprague, Adam
Adam Sprague teaches English as a Second Language courses at Bowling Green State University. One of his favorite things about teaching multilingual writers is meeting students from all over the world and learning about their lives and culture while also helping them become more confident and successful communicators. In his spare time, Adam enjoys writing fiction and poetry. His stories and poems have been published in several online and print publications. He also enjoys hiking and being outdoors with his wife, Tonia.
Stickles, Tina
Strong, Liam
Taylor, Tiffany
T. A. Taylor is currently working on a Bachelor’s in Creative Writing at Utah Valley University. She writes everything from poetry to plays to fiction and non-fiction stories.
Teague, Heather
Thatcher, Michael

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