Yardena, Kineret
For the past fifteen years, Kineret Yardena has been travelling, teaching, writing and making theatre in the U.S., Israel/Palestine, New Zealand, Gambia, and Senegal. Originally from Los Angeles, Kineret currently lives in Auckland, New Zealand where she teaches literature and writing, and is currently working on her Masters. She loves wintertime and the wilderness and eating ice cream in the rain.
Yarish, Adam
Yin, Anna
Born in China, Anna Yin immigrated to Canada in 1999. Anna won the 2005 Ted Plantos Memorial Award, the 2010 MARTY Award etc. Her poems written in English & Chinese, along with ten translations, were published in a Canadian Studies’ textbook used by Humber College. She has five poetry books. Collections of her poetry “Wings Toward Sunlight” was published by Mosaic Press in 2011 and “Inhaling the Silence” was published in 2013. She was interviewed by CBC Radio and Rogers TV , CCTV etc. Her poem “Still Life” was selected to ride buses across Canada from July 1, 2013 to July 1, 2014 for Poetry In Transit project. Anna is Ontario representative for the League of Canadian Poets and a Director of the Chinese Cultural Federation of North America. She works and lives in Mississauga, Ontario. Her website:
Yom Tov, Jonathan
Zander, Henry
i was born with cancer in Lincoln Nebraska. I fell in love with a girl once maybe twice, possibly three times, nothing else interesting has happened since then.
Zedalis, Brittany
Brittany Zedalis is a 21 year old college senior who is studying to be an elementary teacher. She has had over 40 poems "published" in places such as Dead Snakes, The Camel Saloon, Leaves of Ink, and Verse Land Poetry Magazine.
Zedalis, Jackie
Zhou, Andrew
Ziarnik, Stuart
Stuart Ziarnik 183 3rd St, Apt 1 Cambridge, MA 02141 Phone: 312-257-4452
Zieran, Tamyra
Zipter, Yvonne
Yvonne Zipter is the author of the chapbook Like Some Bookie God and a full-length collection, The Patience of Metal. Her poems have appeared in such periodicals as Poetry, Calyx, Crab Orchard Review, Metronome of Aptekarsky Ostrov (Russia), Bellingham Review, and Spoon River Poetry Review, as well as several anthologies. She is the recipient of a fellowship to the Summer Literary Seminar in St. Petersburg, Russia, and an Illinois Arts Council Literary Award for the poem "Grace Lesson." She has also published two nonfiction books, short fiction, and essays.
Znaidi, Ali
Ali Znaidi lives in Redeyef, Tunisia. He graduated with a BA in Anglo-American Studies in 2002. He teaches English at Tunisian public secondary schools. He writes poetry and has in interest in literature, languages, and literary translation. Some of his poems appeared in The Bamboo Forest.
Zorger, Haley

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