Our Published Poets

Massey, Gregory
Greg Massey is an American writer and poet who resides on his farm in Olive Branch, Mississippi. He obtained his B.A. in Liberal Arts from the University of MS and an M.A. in English/Creative Writing from Southern New Hampshire University. Greg is an English professor at Northwest Community College.
Maulsby, Dennis
Dennis Maulsby is a retired bank president living in Ames, Iowa. His poems and short stories have appeared in The North American Review, Passager, The Hawai’i Pacific Review, The Briarcliff Review, and on National Public Radio’s Themes & Variations. His Vietnam War poetry book, Remembering Willie, won silver medal book awards from two national veterans’ organizations. His second book of poetry, Frissons, a collection of haiku was published in 2012. Prolific Press released a third book of poetry, Near Death/Near Life, on May 30, 2015. A book of short stories, Free Fire Zone is under contract to Prolific Press and will be released in 2016. Maulsby is a past president (2012 – 2014) of the Iowa Poetry Association.
McCurdy, Kenzie
Kenzie McCurdy grew up in Montreal, Quebec but now lives in Ottawa, Ontario where she works as a social worker. She has been writing poetry since the age of 18 when she took her first creative writing course. She has had a handful of poems published in various Canadian and American journals, the first poem she ever wrote winning publication and $1,000.
Mckenzie, Nakai
Melton, Bill
I am a retired sales executive and writing has filled many boring hours of business travel. Haiku, senryu and other short poetry forms imposes brevity in transforming a thought or event into a few syllables, something that has served me well over the years. As a lifelong observer of nature, I always draw strength and inspiration from the simplicity that I see in nature. Tanka is providing a new and different challenge of expression
Mercer, Averyll
Messenger, Maya
Murphy, Mickey
Neff, Grace
I am just a humble college student finding new love in poetry.
Nikolopoulou, Zoe
Zoe Nikolopoulou lives in Athens and studies for a Ph.D. in Fine Arts. She holds a bachelor's degree in Literature and a master's degree in Computer Science. She is a poet and translator. Her eleven published books include original and translated poetry. Her true passion is sailing.
Norman, Dani
Honey flushing birds while ukulele sings our small front porch pursuits
Nystrand, Kasha
Olin, Linda Bonney
Linda Bonney Olin writes poems, hymns, inspirational dramas, and more at her farm home in New York. Her books include Songs for the Lord, Transformed: 5 Resurrection Dramas, and The Sacrifice Support Group. Her work has appeared in devotional and literary magazines, anthologies, and online publications. Visit her Faith Songs website at www.LindaBonneyOlin.com or her Facebook page.
Ortiz, Sergio
Sergio A. Ortiz is the founding editor of Undertow Tanka Review. He lives in San Juan Puerto Rico. He is a four-time nominee for the Sundress Best of the Web Anthology, and a two-time Pushcart nominee.
Ortolani, Al
Al Ortolani’s poetry and reviews have appeared in journals such as Prairie Schooner, New Letters, Word Riot, and the New York Quarterly. His fifth collection of poems, Waving Mustard in Surrender, was released in 2014 from New York Quarterly Books. Currently, he is teaching English in the Kansas City area and serves on the Board of Directors of the Kansas City Writers Place.

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