Wohlgemuth, Hetti
Wolper, Gail
I have been a haiku artist for several years. I live in Miami,Florida, where I write and enjoy my three adult children.
Wong, Alex
Wong, Deborah
Deborah Wong (b. 1982) lives in Kuala Lumpur. Her work has appeared in ditch, Poetry Quarterly, Anak Sastra, Three Line Poetry, Coffee Shop Poems, and forthcoming in WalkingIsStillHonest. A University of London law graduate, she attended the summer creative writing at the University of British Columbia. Her novel and full-length poetry book are currently seeking publication.
Wong, Jasmine
Wood, Chris
Chris Wood is a lease analyst by day, student by night, and writer in between. Chris lives in Tennessee with her husband and two German shepherds and works for a REIT company. She is currently earning her bachelor's degree and has poetry published in, Poetry Quarterly, Haiku Journal, and Three Line Poetry. She also won second prize in the 2016 CWG Spring Writing Contest for her poem, Thus Your Live Grows.
Wood, Eldie
Woodward, Marc
Marc Woodward is a poet and musician living in rural Devon, England. He has been widely published in journals such as Prole, The Broadsheet, Otter Poetry and online sites including Ink Sweat and Tears, The Poetry Society and The Guardian webpages. His work has been included in anthologies from Ravenshead Press, OWF Press, Sentinel and Forward Press. His 2015 chapbook 'A Fright of Jays' was published by Maquette Press and a full length collection written in collaboration with renowned poet Andy Brown is due out in 2017.
Woodward, Nancy Hatch
Yardena, Kineret
For the past fifteen years, Kineret Yardena has been travelling, teaching, writing and making theatre in the U.S., Israel/Palestine, New Zealand, Gambia, and Senegal. Originally from Los Angeles, Kineret currently lives in Auckland, New Zealand where she teaches literature and writing, and is currently working on her Masters. She loves wintertime and the wilderness and eating ice cream in the rain.
Yarish, Adam
Yin, Anna
Born in China, Anna Yin immigrated to Canada in 1999. Anna won the 2005 Ted Plantos Memorial Award, the 2010 MARTY Award etc. Her poems written in English & Chinese, along with ten translations, were published in a Canadian Studies' textbook used by Humber College. She has five poetry books. Collections of her poetry 'Wings Toward Sunlight" was published by Mosaic Press in 2011 and 'Inhaling the Silence" was published in 2013. She was interviewed by CBC Radio and Rogers TV , CCTV etc. Her poem 'Still Life" was selected to ride buses across Canada from July 1, 2013 to July 1, 2014 for Poetry In Transit project. Anna is Ontario representative for the League of Canadian Poets and a Director of the Chinese Cultural Federation of North America. She works and lives in Mississauga, Ontario. Her website:
Yom Tov, Jonathan
Young, Steven
Steven O. Young Jr. holds an MA in English from Oakland University and writes from the fringe of Detroit, Michigan.
Yu, Jonathan

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