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, Jeral
I am a retired university Psychology professor. Following a major stroke I began writing poetry. I have found great enjoyment in the writing and encouragement from others. Putting my work up for publication is a whole new enterprise. A retired English professor of poetry (someone known for a critical eye), has been particularly encouraging. Therefore I have started submitting my work for publication. I will soon learn if others share his enthusiasm. In the meantime I will continue to enjoy my new found passion.
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.
Williams, Patricia
Patricia Williams, Professor Emerita in Design Studies, recently retired from the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point and has dipped into writing poetry after 27 years of researching design and culture.
Williams, Pipzi
Williams, Robert B.
Willis, Brad
Wilson, Juliet
Juliet Wilson is an adult education tutor and conservation volunteer based in Edinburgh, UK. She blogs at and can be found on Twitter @craftygreenpoet.
Wimberly, Jamie
I have been a haiku poet for many years and have been published in the U.S. and Japan. I now post haiku daily on Twitter (@haiku_america) and have been experimenting with "haiku postcards," combining poetry and images.
Wing, Dawn
dawn wing is a librarian and multimedia artist/poet/writer based in new york. to learn more about dawn's work, visit
Wisdom, Gunter
Gunter Wisdom is a senior English major at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. His writing is inspired by Southern culture and the natural world that surrounds him. He is currently working on his first novel.
Witmer, David
A teacher-in-training currently living in Ontario, Canada.
Witt, Justin
Justin C. Witt is a world wandering vagabond reader, fly fisherman, and sometimes writer of short stories, poems, and novels.
Woglom, James
James F. Woglom is an artist and educator. He received an associate's degree in fine arts from The Fashion Institute of Technology, a bachelor's degree with a double major in studio arts and art history and criticism from The State University of New York at Stony Brook, and a master's degree in art education from The University of Georgia. He is currently working towards the completion of a PhD in art education at The University of Georgia, where he works as a graduate teaching assistant. His work has appeared on the cover of New South , in Unsplendid and in a forthcoming book to be published by Stylus Press.

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