Authors

Jackson, Alastair
I had a a booklet of non-traditional Haiku published in 2001, but have been concentrating on Landscape Photography in recent years
Jackson, Connor
Jackson, William
Utah, first Sixties born, Abiding Colorado/New Mexico, Idaho. Virginia/Carolinas torn. Yonder to Korea, Turkey, Germany, Ecuador. Nearer too, to Canada and Mexico. Wander? Where I wonder more?
Jacobson, Roberta Beach
The poems of Roberta Beach Jacobson (http://www.RobertaJacobson.com) have been published in the Akitsu Quarterly, Japanophile, Under the Basho, Eskimo Pie, Haiku Headlines, and The Heron's Nest.
James, Robert
Jastermsky, Peter
Peter Jastermsky lives with his family in Southern California where he works as a licensed counselor. His haiku and senryu have been published in a number of journals.
Jayanth, Sankara
I am an avid blogger. Most of my works include poetry, flash fiction and short fiction themed around nature and human relations. I have been writing haiku for a year now and it has been blissful to say the least. I love reading fiction and poetry. For me watching soccer is one of the most peaceful things, but only after reading and writing. I never flew in air but I am sure if my haiku gets published, I would be on cloud nine.
Jenkinson, Linda
I am a Canadian Woman who really was a poet and didn't know it, up until about five years ago. I am a haiku junkie- love the challenge and restriction of the form. I content, freelance and copy write and am presently striving to be rich and famous. Some of my poems, including a few haikus, will be among some talented work of poets in a Poetry Anthology called, "Wordplay". It is presently available on Amazon.
Jennings, Joshua
Josh Jennings lives in rural South Carolina where he teaches high school English. He currently is pursuing an M.A. in English at Southern New Hampshire University and has a B.A. in History from the University of South Carolina. His poetry has appeared in journals such as The Pangolin Review, Lagom: A Journal, and The Local Train Magazine.
Jett, W. Luther
I am a native of Montgomery County, Maryland, and recently completed my first novel. My poetry has been published in numerous journals, including The GW Review, ABRAXAS, Beltway, Innisfree, and Main Street Rag. My poetry performance piece, Flying to America, debuted at the 2009 Capital Fringe Festival in Washington D.C. I was also a winner in the 2011 Moving Words Poetry competition in Arlington, VA. Thanks in advance for taking the time to read this work.
Jewett, Bruce
Bruce Jewett lives on the San Francisco Peninsula.
Johanneck, Zach
Johnson, Alison
Johnson, Alvin
Alvin S. Johnson has had a career as a corporate human resources executive and public schools administrator and is now retired. He has a BA in Psychology and an MBA. He and his wife, Vera, live in Sandy Springs, Ga.
Johnson, Barbara
B.S. (Barbie Sue) Johnson lives in Georgia with her husband, son and parents. She recently published a non-fiction, Maters, Taters & Grits with Sweatshoppe Publications.


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