Authors

Thompson, Ellesse
A haiku about failure to be independent.
Thor, Miriam
Miriam Thor graduated from Gardner-Webb University in 2012 with a bachelor's degree in American Sign Language and elementary education. Currently, she is employed as a sign language interpreter at a middle school. Miriam has had a short story published by TWJ Magazine and a poem published by Embers Igniting. You can learn more about her by visiting her website: miriamthor17.wixsite.com/author.
Thorn, Jonathan
Thornton, Rose
Torres, Noel
Noel Torres is a writer from the Bronx, NY, where he was born and raised (Go Yankees). He recently graduated from Adelphi University's MFA program with a concentration in fiction, however, he tends to fall in love with poets, so he writes poetry too. His poetry is forthcoming in this year's issue of Thin Air Magazine.
Tracey, Sharon
Traub, Terra
Travis, Kent
Treiber, Colin
Trembath, Alan Todd
Tristram, Hannah-Rose
Trojan, Peggy
Member of Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets. Published in wide variety of journals and anthologies. Recently accepted the challenge of writing haiku.
Tsang, Michael
Michael Tsang is from Hong Kong, loves language and literature. He is a staff reviewer of Cha: An Asian Literary Journal.
Tuggle, Billy
Billy Tuggle is a native of, and parent on the South Side of Chicago; A writer, vocalist, producer, open mic host, mentor, and slam champion. Billy is co-founder of the Chicago Four Star Poetry Club. He has been published via Fractal Edge Press; Seven7h Tangent Press; Write Bloody Publishing; and Red Bench Press. His work has been captured for video by Button Poetry and All Def Poetry.Billy's career has taken him to colleges, bars, festivals, museums, street corners and classrooms across North America. 2009 Arkansas Grand Slam Head To Head Haiku Champion|2015 National Poetry Slam Head To Head Haiku Champion|Facebook.com/haikubattleroyal
Turner, Kenda
Kenda Turner lives and writes in Cincinnati, OH and has publishing credits in inspirational anthologies, devotionals, and children's magazines. She has only recently discovered the wonders of haiku and marvels at how she lived without it before. She blogs at kendaturner.blogspot.com.


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