Williams, Robert B.
Willis, Brad
title- Isamu:The Peace Bridge Tsukuru( To Create), Hiroshima. 1950
Wimberly, Jamie
I have been a haiku poet for many years and have been published in the U.S. and Japan. I now post haiku daily on Twitter (@haiku_america) and have been experimenting with "haiku postcards," combining poetry and images.
Wing, Dawn
dawn wing is a librarian and multimedia artist/poet/writer based in new york. to learn more about dawn's work, visit
Wisdom, Gunter
Gunter Wisdom is a senior English major at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. His writing is inspired by Southern culture and the natural world that surrounds him. He is currently working on his first novel.
Witmer, David
A teacher-in-training currently living in Ontario, Canada.
Witt, Justin
Justin C. Witt is a world wandering vagabond reader, fly fisherman, and sometimes writer of short stories, poems, and novels.
Woglom, James
James F. Woglom is an artist and educator. He received an associateís degree in fine arts from The Fashion Institute of Technology, a bachelorís degree with a double major in studio arts and art history and criticism from The State University of New York at Stony Brook, and a masterís degree in art education from The University of Georgia. He is currently working towards the completion of a PhD in art education at The University of Georgia, where he works as a graduate teaching assistant. His work has appeared on the cover of New South , in Unsplendid and in a forthcoming book to be published by Stylus Press.
Wolper, Gail
My name is Gail Wolper, I have been a haiku artist for several years. I am honored to have been considered for publication in this journal. I live in Miami,Florida, where I am a poet and have three adult children.
Wong, Alex
Wong, Deborah
Deborah Wong (b. 1982) lives in Kuala Lumpur. Her work has appeared in ditch, Poetry Quarterly, Anak Sastra, Three Line Poetry, Coffee Shop Poems, and forthcoming in WalkingIsStillHonest. A University of London law graduate, she attended the summer creative writing at the University of British Columbia. Her novel and full-length poetry book are currently seeking publication.
Wong, Jasmine
Wood, Eldie
Woodward, Marc
Marc Woodward is a poet and musician living in rural Devon, England. He has been widely published in journals such as Prole, The Broadsheet, Otter Poetry and online sites including Ink Sweat and Tears, The Poetry Society and The Guardian webpages. His work has been included in anthologies from Ravenshead Press, OWF Press, Sentinel and Forward Press. His 2015 chapbook 'A Fright of Jays' was published by Maquette Press and a full length collection written in collaboration with renowned poet Andy Brown is due out in 2017.
Woodward, Nancy Hatch

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