Welsh, Chelsea
Werner, Erin
I'm a mother, an artist, a teacher, and an aspiring social worker. I am the bizarre intersection of introversion and extraversion; a walking contradiction.
West, Tyson
Even the hacker invasion can inspire poetry.
Westfall, Noah
Noah Westfall Lives in Colorado. He studies philosophy at Santa Clara University. He enjoys the outdoors and likes running, hiking and fishing.
Whipple, Allyson
Allyson Whipple lives in Austin, Texas. Much of her work is inspired by the variety of landscapes and cityscapes in her state.
White, Brooke
White, Kelley
Pediatrician Kelley White worked in inner city Philadelphia and now works in rural New Hampshire. Her poems have appeared in journals including Exquisite Corpse, Rattle and JAMA. Her most recent books are TOXIC ENVIRONMENT (Boston Poet Press) and TWO BIRDS IN FLAME (Beech River Books.) She received a 2008 Pennsylvania Council on the Arts grant.
White, Leonard
L. E. White is a happily married father of four who lives on a family farm in southern Indiana. He has published fiction and poetry with multiple publishers, including collections from Popcorn Press, Hazardous Press, Under the Bed Magazine and Sirens Call Publications.
Wickes, Susan Gale
Susan Gale Wickes has devoted a large amount of time to writing poetry, songs, and short stories. She has been published in Haiku Journal, Sleeve, 50-Word Stories, 101 Words, and has won local and national songwriting awards.
Wilcox, Daniel
Short Bio: Daniel Wilcox's first book of poetry, Dark Energy, was published by Diminuendo Press. His writing has appeared in many magazines including Moria Poetry, The Copperfield Review, The Centrifugal Eye, Counterexample Poetics, Tipton Poetry Journal, The Write Room, Stylus, Lyrical Passion, and The Danforth Review. Before that he hiked through Cal State Long Beach (Creative Writing), Montana, Europe, Palestine/Israel; worked in a mental institution, on an Indian reservation, and taught lit
Wildman, Katherine
Willard, Chris
Chris Willard is the author of the novels Sundre and Garbage Head both published by Vehicule Press, Montreal.
Williams, Helen May
Helen May Williams is a poet and author. She has written extensively on twentieth-century poetry and formerly taught at the University of Warwick.
Williams, L.B.
L.B.WILLIAMS is the author of the memoir, Letters to Virginia Woolf, (Hamilton Books, 2005), and The Artist as Outsider in the Novels of Toni Morrison and Virginia Woolf (Greenwood Press, 2000). Her work has appeared in such publications as Washington Square, The Mom Egg, The Women's Studies Quarterly, The Tusculum Review, and For She is the Tree of Life: Grandmothers Through the Eyes of Women Writers. She teaches writing and literature at Ramapo College of New Jersey.
Williams, Maisie
Maisie Williams was first published in Rattle's Poet's Respond. Apart from disappointing many who confuse her with "that" Maisie Williams she has done not much since. She has works forthcoming in later issues of First Literary Review East and Right Hand Pointing. As of now, Maisie currently resides in Nashville, finishing high school and avoiding country music.

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