Marshall, Jake
Jake Marshall was born in Beaufort, South Carolina to two U.S. Marine Force Veterans. Also, a great grandson to Italian and German grandparents. As a young boy, Jake experienced many family issues growing up. After failing to finish his college education, he moved back to Pontiac Illinois to work for a family business. Shortly after, Jake suffered a setback and experienced many mental health issues including anxiety and depression. Jake now uses those experiences to help shape his beliefs towards improving younger athletes inside and outside of his gym. His poetry helps to connect his deeper side while attempting to portrait his views on his personal development and the experiences he's shared. Jake Marshall is a certified personal trainer and professional photographer( living in Naperville Illinois.
Martens, Barbara
I'm retired and currently living in the Atlantic City, NJ area. I have decided to enter this stage of my life by following my life long dream of becoming a writer.
Martin, Carolyn
Martin, Sybil
Martinez, Ren
I have been published in Potluck Magazine, Life in 10 Minutes, and The Quotable. I am a regular contributor for Quail Bell Magazine and presently live in Richmond with a cat who thinks she's a princess.
Mathews, Marsha
Thank you for such a delightful magazine. I have sent you a haiku series to consider fior Haiku Journal. The three haiku, you will find, work as a unit. Marsha Mathews's book "Sunglow & A Tuft of Nottingham Lace" won the Red Berry Editions 2011 Chapbook Competition and was published. In 2010, Finishing Line Press pubished my first chapbook, "Northbound Single-Lane."
Mathison, Beth
I've had work published in The Foliate Oak (including the 2008 and 2009 annual 'best of" print editions),,, Drops of Crimson, Colored Chalk, the Citron Review, and VERSE Wisconsin. Short stories published with Untreed Reads include my Mobster comedy/mystery series and the Young at Heart romance series. Please see for more information.
Mattia, Josephine
Josephine Mattia was born in Atlanta, GA, and is currently a college student living in Stone Mountain, GA. When she is not doing poetry, she loves to write, spend time with God, being with her family, listening to music, sports, surf the net and reading books.
Maulsby, Dennis
Maxwell, Kathy
May, Nancy
Nancy May has haiku published in Three Line Poetry, Poetry Quarterly, Inclement Poetry, Twisted Dreams Magazine, Vox Poetica, Eskimo Pie, Icebox, Dark Pens, Daily Love, Leaves of Ink, The Blue Hour Magazine, Kernels, Mused - the BellaOnline Literary Review, Writer's Haven, Dead Snakes, Danse Macabre an online literary magazine, High Coupe, A Handful of Stones, Lyrical Passion Poetry E-Zine, UFO Gigolo, 50 Haikus and The Germ. Haiku will soon appear in Every Day Poets, Boston Literary Review and Cattails. She is a monthly contributor at The Camel Saloon. She has reached The Heron's Nest consideration stage twice and the Chrysanthemum consideration stage once. She is working on her first haiku collection.
Mayes, Beth
McAlonan, Jen
Jen McAlonan is an English instructor at Glendale Community College in Glendale, Arizona. Before that, she taught overseas in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan. In addition to writing poetry and short stories, she is an avid fan of music. She currently practices taiko with the Fushicho Daiko dojo in Phoenix, Arizona.
McAlpine, Patricia
I have been writing poetry for over 40 years and have been published locally and online. I currently live in Pawtucket, RI and work as a freelance writer while managing the Front Desk at a local hotel evenings. Inspired by nature, my poetry has received honorable mention from local arts councils and the N.H. Poetry Society. My favorite Haiku poet is Basho.
McCann, Janet

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