Authors

Wegner, Adele
Weisser, Elizabeth
I have a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. I received some encouraging feedback from a former writing professor, who suggested I try submitting to Haiku Journal. What I find most enjoyable when creating Haiku is that it is a layered word challenge in which images and possibilities become broader and more numerous even as the syllables remain the same. It is a form by which I can take friends' advice to 'start small." Yet, I know that when I publish Haiku, the impact won't be small. That fortifies my courage to share.
Welch, Donald
DCW3 lives in Allston, Massachusetts. His current project @SocialLit (https://twitter.com/SocialLit) explores new forms of poetry derived from Social Media. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in PASSAGES NORTH, THE RAIN, PARTY, & DISASTER SOCIETY, CONCRETE, RARE BREED MAGAZINE, CATHARSIS, THE EMERSON REVIEW, and his collection of children's poetry WHO GAVE THESE FLAMINGOS THOSE TUXEDOS? was published by Wilde Press in 2013. In his free time Donnie searches for the best Eggplant Parm sub.
Wells, Joseph
Joseph K. Wells is a businessman, doctor of occupational therapy, part-time professor and a few wannabes from time to time. A selection of his works is posted on https://paperonweb.wordpress.com.
Wells, Sandra
Sandra Wells lives in Enumclaw, Washington with her three Yorkies, and her Blue Pionus, Matisse. Publishing credit include Babybug Magazine, a self-published YA novel, 'The Dark Estate," and several short-story fantasies for ballet company performances. She is most recently featured in Muddy River Poetry Review, Tanka Journal, Haiku Journal, and 50 Haikus. She is finishing her BA in English/Creative Writing at CWU, and loves to knit, cook, sew and secretly loves video games.
Wells-Quantrell, Ava Lauryn
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.


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