Authors

Jones, Paco
Dear Editors, I am very much enjoying the work in your pages. I would like to submit a poem for your consideration. Thank you for your time. Sincerely, Paco Jones
Jones, Paul
Paul has been writing poetry since the summer of 1990. His favorite forms of poetry are free verse, haiku and experimental. His poems have appeared in numerous anthologies and magazines over the years. He loves to write poetry that is nostalgic, atmospheric, heartfelt, reflective and even Gothic. His greatest inspirations are James Kavanaugh and Robert Bly; these word craftsmen have never failed to open his muse and imagination with their art. Paul is a professional tarot card reader, Sufi Reiki healer and loves to work on his poetry every chance he gets.
Jones, Ronald
Jones, Sally
Jones, Trent
Jordan, Jack
Joy, Alexander
Alexander "Lex" Joy is a graduate student at the University of New Hampshire.
Joy, B. T.
B.T. Joy is a Glaswegian poet, haijin and haiga artist who received his Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing and Film Studies in 2009. He has written two volumes of haiku: In The Arms Of The Wind and The Reeds That Tilt The Sky.
Joy, David
David Joy is a working writer living in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. His first book, Growing Gills: A Fly Fisherman's Journey (Bright Mountain Books, 2011), was a finalist for the SELC Reed Environmental Writing Award and Ragan Old North State Cup for Creative Nonfiction. His latest work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Pisgah Review, Drafthorse Literary Journal, and Wilderness House Literary Review.
Kambolis, John
John Kambolis is a tennis player, animal lover and writer who always appreciates a well timed bon mot.
Kamp, Lianne
Kane, Rebecca
Kanjon, Elise
I am a biologist and a teacher. I sometimes write traditional haiku as a zen meditation.
Karamarkovich, Ian
Ian Karamarkovich is an English-Creative Writing major studying at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia.
Kasai, Kirsten I
​​BIO Kirsten Imani Kasai is the author of three novels: Ice Song, Tattoo and Private Pleasures; a short fiction/poetry collection Rhapsody in Snakeskin and a poetry chapbook The Atmospheric Mysteries of a Steaming Corpse. ​Her fiction, poetry, essays and photography have appeared in numerous publications, including Existere Journal of Arts & Literature, Bucovina Literara (Romania), Drunk Monkeys, ​AOL Black Voices, Pretty Owl Poetry, Body Parts Magazine and more. Kirsten is the co-founder and editor of Body Parts Magazine, a journal of provocative horror and erotica. She earned her MFA from Antioch University and lives in California with her family. Visit her online at www.​KirstenImaniKasai​.com​.​​


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