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graduated from the Chester College of New England in 2011 with a Bachelor's in Creative Writing and has been published in the Cactus Heart Press Magazine, Black Fox Literary Magazine and the Avatar Review Magazine.
Alan Meyrowitz - 1 post
received his Doctorate in Computer Science from George Washington University in 1980, and retired from the Federal government in 2005 after a career in research. His poetry has appeared in California Quarterly, Deadman’s Tome, Death Head Grin, Diverse Voices Quarterly, Eclectica, Existere, Eye to the Telescope, Folly, Forge, Front Range Review, The Griffin, Lucid Rhythms, New Departures, River Oak Review, Shroud, Schuylkill Valley Journal, and Star*Line. The Science Fiction Poetry Association nominated his poem “Wishing It Were Otherwise” for the Dwarf Star Award 2012, and the poem was published in a chapbook of nominees.
Alaya Battalia - 2 posts
wrote Songs of the World and Good Verse Survival when she was 16 years old. She was born in a little shack on Lopez and therefore describes herself as “an Island girl for life.” Alaya says she “loves life, all aspects of it, even the parts that are supposed to ‘make you stronger.’ ” She considers traveling a necessity in her life, and she travels whenever possible.
Alex. M. Frankel - 1 post
's work has appeared in Amarillo Bay, The Antioch Review, Beyond the Valley of the Contemporary Poets, Bloom, Blue Lake Review, Cider Press Review, The Comstock Review, Cottonwood, Faultline, The Gay and Lesbian Review, The North Dakota Quarterly, The Pinch, Sanskrit, Talking River, The Temple, and Wordriver, among others. It has also been featured on KPCC radio and at Beyond Baroque. His chapbook, My Father’s Lady, Wearing Black, has recently appeared with Conflux Press, and his book, Birth Mother Mercy, came out at the end of 2013.
Alexis Rhone Fancher - 1 post
’s books include: How I Lost My Virginity to Michael Cohen and other heart stab poems, (2014), State of Grace: The Joshua Elegies, (2015), Enter Here (2017), and Junkie Wife (2018). She is published in Best American Poetry 2016, Rattle, Slipstream, Hobart, Verse Daily, Plume, Tinderbox, and elsewhere. A multiple Pushcart Prize and Best of The Net nominee, Alexis is poetry editor of Cultural Weekly. Her website is www.alexisrhonefancher.com.