Authors

Holden, Craig Thomas
Holland, Michelle
Michelle Holland lives and writes in ChimayĆ³, New Mexico. Her poetry publications include "Event Horizon," in The Sound a Raven Makes, Tres Chicas Press, and Chaos Theory, Sin Fronteras Press.
Holland, Sarah
Sarah Alyara Holland
Holmes, Carly
Carly Holmes lives and writes on the west coast of Wales, UK. Her short fiction has been published in a number of literary journals and her debut novel, The Scrapbook, was published in 2014 by Parthian. Carly has recently started writing haiku based on subverting fairytales. www.carlyholmes.co.uk
Hoo, Misha
Misha Hoo is an Australian writer with a passion for nature, spirituality and extraordinary adventures. Her work has appeared in Crack the Spine, The Blue Hour, Women of Letters and Switch (the difference). Misha is currently completing her BA in World Religion and English Literature.
Hopkinson, Trish
Trish Hopkinson loves words and digs poetry slams. Her mother tells everyone that she was born with a pen in her hand. She has been published in several journals, including the Chagrin River Review and Touchstones, the latter in which she won second place for poetry twice. She recently received awards in the Utah Arts Festival's IronPen competition and from the League of Utah Writers for her poetry anthology, Emissions. She is a project manager by profession and resides in Utah with her handsome husband and two outstanding children.
Hopper, Stephanie
Horn, Alex
Horrocks, Stephen
Horton, David Harrison
David Harrison Horton is an artist, writer, curator, editor, and critic living in Beijing.
Hotaling, Scott
Houlis, Alexandra
Houston, Opie
Opie Houston is a retired military officer, retired college English teacher, and retired magician. Married to poet Mary Houston. They have six kids, six grand kids, one great-grand kid, and another on the way...
Howard, Beth
Beth Howard is a writer living in Cheyenne, Wyoming. She fell in love with writing 5-7-5 haiku in 2006 after reading Clark Strand's book "Seeds From a Birch Tree." Her haiku poems appear in Natalie Goldberg's book, "The True Secret of Writing" and in the journal "Three Line Poetry."
Howard, James
My pen name is Lia Rayne and I am a 30 year old genderfluid poet. I have been writing poetry for 13 years and I have been published 3 times.


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