Jones, Ashley
Ashley Jones is a recent graduate and spoken word artist in Los Angeles. Her poetry appears in The Haiku Journal and The West Wind. Her creative nonfiction is also featured in The West Wind and Brevity Magazine writer's blog. She enjoys inspiring documentaries, meeting new people, and teaching the kiddos at her church about the joy in following Jesus. For inquiries or if you'd like share stories over a cup of coffee, you can contact her at or follow her on instagram @ashleykendalljones or Twitter @ashleykjones. To listen to some of her spoken word, visit her website;
Jones, Carla
Carla Jones is a poet and literature student living in Bedfordshire, England. Her poems have appeared in various places, including Iota, The Emma Press Anthology of Dance, Belleville Park Pages, The Missing Slate and Abridged.
Jones, Charmaine
Charmaine Jones lives in Tampa, Florida with her plants and her daughter's birds. She's taught in public schools for 35 years, and has many happy memories of summers spent traveling, camping, and backpacking. Her children, their loves, and her grandchildren have added incomparable richness to her life.
Jones, Chris
Chris Jones is a former member of the US military and current psychology student.
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Jones, Kara
Kara LC Jones is the heARTist and educator behind and co-founder of the
Jones, Kate
Kate Jones Beaverton, OR
Jones, Kelci
Jones, Mark
Mark Jones is an English professor at Trinity Christian College, where he specializes in Renaissance Literature. As a writer and amateur jazz pianist, he is fascinated by improvisation in music and in poetic forms such as haiku.
Jones, Natalie
Natalie Jones is a student. Her work has been published at Fuck Fiction, Eunoia Review, Gambling the Aisle, The Rusty Nail Literary Magazine, and Amoskeag Literary Journal.
Jones, Paco
Dear Editors, I am very much enjoying the work in your pages. I would like to submit a poem for your consideration. Thank you for your time. Sincerely, Paco Jones
Jones, Paul
Paul has been writing poetry since the summer of 1990. His favorite forms of poetry are free verse, haiku and experimental. His poems have appeared in numerous anthologies and magazines over the years. He loves to write poetry that is nostalgic, atmospheric, heartfelt, reflective and even Gothic. His greatest inspirations are James Kavanaugh and Robert Bly; these word craftsmen have never failed to open his muse and imagination with their art. Paul is a professional tarot card reader, Sufi Reiki healer and loves to work on his poetry every chance he gets.

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