Monthly Archives: November 2011

Jen Ralston

Jen Ralston has a stressful day job and has to drive great distances in order to keep it. she   she was not as strong as she believed. she was not as clever or in control of her destiny as … Continue reading

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Matthew Guzman

Born twenty-eight years ago to a German-English-Irish mother and a Guamanian-Japanese father, Matthew Guzman has learned, out of necessity, to allow the mispronunciation of his last name.  In Guam it is pronounced “Gooze-men,” and this slight variation of the Spanish … Continue reading

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Al Ortolani

Al Ortolani is a teacher and writer in the Kansas City area. His poetry has appeared in the New York Quarterly, The English Journal, The Laurel Review and others. His third book of poetry, Wren’s House, is due to be … Continue reading

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P. L. Powell

P. L. Powell lives in College Park, Georgia. He has recent work in The Foliate Oak, Indigo Rising, The Lyric and The Camel Saloon, as well as previously in Quantum Poetry Magazine. Convention Like spray from the ocean, the meanings … Continue reading

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Sam Silva

Sam Silva has published at least 150 poems in print magazines, including Sow’s Ear, The ECU Rebel, Pembroke magazine, Samisdat, St. Andrew’s Review, Charlotte Poetry Review, Main Street Rag, and many more. Has published at least 300 poems in online … Continue reading

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Adhar Maheshwari

Adhar Maheshwari is a student from New Delhi, India, who writes, composes music and does photography. The Bunny Rabbit Here comes bunny rabbit, Chewing on a carrot. There goes bunny rabbit, His broken neck in hand. He came in to … Continue reading

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Maria Vasquez Boyd

Maria Vasquez Boyd is a founding member of the Latino Writers Collective, published in Primera Pagina- Poetry Anthology, Cuentos del Sol-Short Story Anthology, SALit Magazine, and soon to be published poetry for Everyday Other Things Magazine. January 8th Who would … Continue reading

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