Authors

LeBeau, Mary Delle
Mary Delle lived in Russia for four years in the amazing Moscow years of the 1990s.
Lee, Daphne
Lee-Byrd, Candace
Leipelt, Brendan
Leonard, Pete
Middle-aged husband, father, grandfather puzzling over the intricacies of creation.
Leppla, Christen
Christen Leppla is a graduate student at Northern Kentucky University where she will soon complete a Master's in English. She is currently Poetry Editor for the Licking River Review.
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. His literary catalogue includes four novels, short stories, humorous sketches, flash fiction, poetry, essays, magazine articles and a screenplay His works are published in over twenty-five on-line and print journals, over twenty books, his shows have been produced in New York and around the country and he’s the author of the novellas Reinvented and An Accidental Journey. He lives with his rescued Australian Shepherd, Daisy. His work is dedicated to the loving memory of his wife, dancer/actress, Lydia Franklin. Visit him at www.brucelevine.com.
Lewis, Rachel
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
Liebert, Elisabeth
Ling, Nicholas
I like to climb but I'm scared of heights. instagram.com/thenickling
Lipe, Steve
Eight of my poems have been published in Fruit of the Banyon Tree, an anthology of Upstate South Carolina poets.


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