Our Published Poets

Germain, Melvina
Submissions should be separated, untitled, and no other text should appear. This was resubmitted in the proper format for the press by the editor.
Geurrandeno, Frank
Frank Geurrandeno is a poet residing in the Roanoke Valley of Virginia. You can find his works in Driftwood Press, Boston Literary Magazine, Sediments Literary-Arts Magazine, and elsewhere.
Gnanadesikan, Mukund
Mukund Gnanadesikan is a physician, poet, and novelist who lives in Napa, CA. His poems have been published in "Adelaide Literary Magazine", "The Ibis Head Review", and the anthology of male poets "Sheets: For Men Only". Upcoming work will also be featured in "The Cape Rock Poetry Journal". Mukund's debut novel, "Errors of Omission" is currently looking for a home.
Godfrey, Maddie
Maddie Godfrey is an Australian bred poet, writer and performer. www.maddiegodfrey.com www.facebook.com/maddiegodfreypoet
Gravina, Kristyl
Greenwood, Gail
I stuck with the classic 5-7-5-7-7 syllable count.
Griffith, Michael
Michael Griffith is a freelance writer and instructor from Central New Jersey. He teaches communications, public speaking, film, media studies, and creative writing. His recent poetry has appeared in Dual Coast Poetry, Tanka Journal, Ripen the Page, and Indiana Voice Journal. His non-fiction writing has appeared in Ripen the Page, Lehigh Valley Woman's Journal and Teaching For Success.
Grisetti, Joann
Gunn, Mary
Gusek, Chris
Dear Editor, Thank you for considering the following poem for publication in The Tanka Journal. As ever, Chris Gusek
Guzzi, Deborah
Hansen, Robert
Harper, Mary Catherine
Mary Catherine Harper, Defiance College Professor of English and poet, teaches creative writing, literature, and composition. Some Gods Don’t Need Saints was a semifinalist in the 2015 New Women's Voices Chapbook Competition. Other poems are forthcoming or have appeared in The Comstock Review, Cold Mountain Review, Old Northwest Review, Pudding Magazine, and MidAmerica, and her poem “Muddy World” won the 2013 Gwendolyn Brooks Poetry Prize of the Society for the Study of Midwestern Literature. She organizes and reads poetry at the yearly SwampFire Retreat of artists and writers at 4 Corners Gallery in Angola, Indiana. More information can be found at www.mcharper.faculty.defiance.edu
Hatter, Shasta
Shasta Hatter was a poet on the scene in Eugene, Oregon in the early 80's. In 1998 she started to take a drug for bipolar disorder and lost the poetry marching through her head so thought she had lost her poetry. In May of 2016 she decided to write a haiku a day for a month. This discipline gave her back her poetry. She hopes you enjoy her work.
Heep, Alexandra
Alexandra Heep has been writing professionally since 2007. She uses creative writing as an outlet to maintain her sanity.

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