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Bilman, Emily
Dr. Emily Bilman is London Poetry Society’s Stanza representative in Geneva where she lives and writes literary essays and poetry. Her dissertation entitled, The Psychodynamics of Poetry, was published in 2010 and Modern Ekphrasis in 2013 by Peter Lang, Resilience and A Woman By A Well by Troubador Poetry, UK in 2015. Her poems and essays were published in The Battersea Review, Hunger Mountain, The High Window, The Inspired Heart, San Diego Poetry Annual, The Journal of Poetics Research, Offshoots, The London Magazine. The Tear-Catcher won the first prize in The New York Literary Magazine. She blogs on http://www.emiliebilman.wix.com/emily-bilman
Bocks, Susi
Susi Bocks - writer/author/poet, has self-published two books - Feeling Human and Every Day I Pause. You can find her work at IWriteHer.com or follow her on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/MyHumanityInWrittenForm/, where she invites you to read her thoughts and get to know her. Bocks' work has been published in the anthology SMITTEN: This Is What Love Looks Like: Poetry by Women for Women and in Scarlet Leaf Review, VitaBrevis, Spillwords, Literary Yard, as well as other literary magazines.
Bonholtzer, Eric
Bournville, J.R.
J.R. Bournville is an author from Scotland, UK. Her muse often manifests itself as fiction, specifically short stories and poetry, with a distinct fondness for the unusual and the darker side of life.
Brazzle, Holly
Holly Brazzle is a student and poet. Her work has been published through the Penwood Review. She is in the process of completing a collection of ekphrastic poetry, which aims to showcase diversity, while revealing commonality, in order to promote compassion. She has lived outside of the continental U.S. for 12 years. Currently, she resides in Germany with her husband and four children.
Brown, Jodie
Brown, Mandy
Mandy Brown is a mother writer in Central Texas, the 2013 recipient of A Room of Her Own Foundation's Tillie Olsen Fellowship and the author of *The Sting* (Sweatshoppe Publications, 2013). Her poetry has been published or is forthcoming in Vine Leaves Literary Journal, Extract(s), and many more. Mandy currently teaches high school English at an alternative behavior campus and loves it! Follow her progress at mandyalyssbrown.weebly.com.
Browne, Heather
Bryant, Cathy
‘Obasute’ was inspired directly by Yasushi Inoue’s story of the same name, the theme of which is the abandonment of the elderly on mountains. In the story it is seen as a poignant and terrible thing, but it occurred to me that there are those among us, myself included, whose relationship with their parents would render the experience one of mixed emotions. Thank you for taking the time to read my work.
Buck, Stu
Hopefully the first of many. Seems like a challenging artform. Harder to write than Haiku methinks.
Burkholder, William
William Burkholder is an author and poet. His current in print collections are, The Writer's Sight, The Sower's Tree, This thing Called Man, and his most recent collection, Songs of the Fourth Horse is due out later in 2014/2015. IN addition, also scheduled for 2014/2015 release is his first book of Fiction, titled, Lonnie and I. William Burkholder resides in Detroit Michigan.
Butler, Janet
Janet Butler lives in Northern California, enjoys the sun, blue skies, and morning dog walks with Fulmi, on which she finds much inspiration for tanka and watercolors.
Caesar, Cheryl
Cheryl Caesar lived in Paris, Tuscany and Sligo for 25 years; she earned her doctorate in comparative literature at the Sorbonne and taught literature and phonetics. She now teaches writing at Michigan State University. She gives frequent readings locally. Since January, she has published political protest poems in Writers Resist, The Mark Literary Review, Cream and Crimson, Agony Opera, Winedrunk Sidewalk, The Stay Project What Rough Beast, and Nationalism, a Zimbabwean anthology, and other poetry in Total Eclipse, Prachya, The Trinity Review, The Mojave River Review, Panoply, Dormiveglia, Academy of the Heart and Mind, The Black Coffee Review, The Wild Word, Bleached Butterfly and Beautiful Cadaver. and. When it’s all too much, she escapes in books, cats and Michigan lakes. She dreams of swimming in an infinity pool of warm salt water, as she once did in Palermo.
Campbell, Colin W.
BIO Colin W. Campbell Writes short fiction and poetry in Sarawak on the lovely green island of Borneo and faraway in Yunnan in southwest China www.colincampbell.org
Cates, Anna
Anna Cates resides in Wilmington, Ohio with her two beautiful kitties and teaches in Southern New Hampshire University’s online M.F.A. in creative writing program. A regular contributor to literary publications, her first full length collection of haiku and other poems, “The Meaning of Life,” is available at Cyberwit.net and Amazon: http://www.cyberwit.net/authors/anna-cates Anna Cates in the “Living Haiku Anthology”: http://livinghaikuanthology.com/surnames-c/290-anna-cates/2687-anna-cates.html


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