Leslie, Stephen
Stephen W. Leslie has written haiku and haibun poetry for ten years. He has been published by Contemporary Haibun Online and World Haiku Review. He is a hospice chaplain in upstate New York and is grossly overeducated.
Lethalm, Harley
Harley Lethalm lives on the Nor'Eastrn drag; smokes cheapy nighttime cigarillos and points out his innumerable deficiencies to the mirror - or to anyone else who will listen.
Levine, Bruce
Bruce Levine, a native Manhattanite, has spent his life as a writer of fiction and poetry and as a music and theatre professional. He’s published on and in numerous internet and print journals including Bookends Review, Dual Coast Magazine, Foliate Oak Literary Magazine, Friday Flash Fiction, Literally Stories, Poetry Pacific, Poetry Quarterly and Visitant and he´s the author of the novellas, Reinvented and An Accidental Journey. He lives with his wife, actress Lydia Franklin, and their rescued Australian Shepherd, Daisy. He invites you to visit him at
Lewis, Rachel
We were in English 1 class and I had to make 4 Haikus for her class it was so fun.
Li, Lily
A Canadian post-secondary student who finds it much easier to communicate through writing than in-person. (She also really likes brackets). Poetry has always been an outlet to document her growth; sometimes ecstatic, sometimes tragic.
Li, Quinn
Ling, Nicholas
I like to climb but I'm scared of heights.
Lipe, Steve
Eight of my poems have been published in Fruit of the Banyon Tree, an anthology of Upstate South Carolina poets.
Liu, Chen-ou
Chen-ou Liu is the author of Ripples from a Splash: A Collection of Haiku Essays with Award-Winning Haiku, Following the Moon to the Maple Land (First Prize Winner of the 2011 Haiku Pix Chapbook Contest), and Broken/Breaking English: Selected Short Poems. His tanka and haiku have been honored with 28 awards. Read more of his poems at Poetry in the Moment,
Lloyd, Maximilian
Lloyd, Sherry
I am a 45-year-old woman from New Hampshire, United States. I just discovered that I am slightly capable of writing poetry in November 2015 so as of this bio writing (January 2016) I am only a few months into my poetry "career". I have a lot to learn and I am looking forward to every single bit of it. My first poem ever written was a haiku. It was terrible but I fell in love with the drive to learn how to do it correctly and I am still figuring that out.
Locicero, Thomas
Thomas Lociceros poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Roanoke Review, Boston Literary Magazine, Long Island Quarterly, The Good Men Project, Adelaide Literary Magazine, Jazz Cigarette, Quail Bell Magazine, Antarctica Journal, Rats Ass Review, Scarlet Leaf Review, Tipton Poetry Journal, Hobart, Ponder Review, vox poetica, Poetry Pacific, Brushfire Literature & Arts Journal, Indigo Lit, Saw Palm, Fine Lines, New Thoreau Quarterly, Birmingham Arts Journal, Clockwise Cat, and Snapdragon, felan, The Ghazal Page, and Red Savina Review, among other journals. He lives in Broken Arrow, OK.
Long, Marie
Long, Marir
Marie not "Marir" can't correct it for some reason. That's all.
Long, Sally
Sally Long is a poet from the UK. Her work has appeared in a number of magazines in the UK and the US including Four and Twenty, Ink Sweat and Tears, Prole, and Snakeskin.

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