Solstice by Ashley Farley

Solstice by Ashley Farley

by Ashley Farley The summer has ended, Peppermint men with alstormeric bouquets And lavendar women hiding it under their arms, leaving the scented breeze as their ransom note. the tiny…
Monastery of Silence by Milenko Županović

Monastery of Silence by Milenko Županović

Milenko Županović was born in 1978 in Kotor (Montenegro). By profession he is a graduate marine engineer, but in his free time, he writes poetry and short stories. His stories and poems have been published by many magazines, blogs and websites, mostly in the Europe, U.S. and in Latin America.
Chances by Bob Lind

Chances by Bob Lind

Singer/songwriter, poet, novelist and playwright Bob Lind helped shape and define the 1960s Folk Rock movement. His lyrics have been taught in colleges and universities throughout the U.S. and Canada, and translated into nine languages.
a solitary thought by Stella Radulescu

a solitary thought by Stella Radulescu

Stella Vinitchi Radulescu, Ph.D. in French Language & Literature, is the author of several collections of poetry published in the United States, Romania and France. She writes poetry in English, French and Romanian and her poems have appeared
The Road Home by Leonard Henry Scott

The Road Home by Leonard Henry Scott

Leonard Henry Scott was born and raised in the Bronx, New York where he attended Evander Childs High School. He is a graduate of American University (BS) and The University of Maryland (MLS),
Lucky Barn by Brian Beatty

Lucky Barn by Brian Beatty

Brian Beatty is the author of two recent poetry collections, Coyotes I Couldn’t See (Red Bird Chapbooks, 2016) and Brazil, Indiana (Kelsay Books, 2017).
Not Fair by Carol Hamilton

Not Fair by Carol Hamilton

Carol Hamilton: "I have recent and upcoming publications in Cold Mountain Review, Common Ground, Gingerbread House, Main Street Rag. Sacred
Speaking Through Sand and Salt

Speaking Through Sand and Salt

My poetry has appeared in The Atlanta Review, Ellipsis, Friends Journal, Mythopoetry Scholar and Poem. One of my poems was set to music by composer Bruce Pennycook of the Butler School of Music at the University of Texas at Austin
Untraveled Tracts by Thomas Cannon

Untraveled Tracts by Thomas Cannon

Thomas Cannon's story about his son is the lead story in the anthology Cup of Comfort for Parents of Children with Autism. He also has his humorous novel The Tao of Apathy
Dynamite by Anders Carlson-Wee

Dynamite by Anders Carlson-Wee

by Anders Carlson-Wee My brother hits me hard with a stick so I whip a choke-chain across his face. We're playing a game called Dynamite where everything you throw is…
Channeling Emily by Jean Varda

Channeling Emily by Jean Varda

Jean Varda’s poetry has appeared in The Berkeley Poetry Review, Poetry Motel, Manzanita Poetry & Prose of the Mother Lode & Sierra, Avocet A Journal of Nature Poems,
I’m Beat by Yuma Clark

I’m Beat by Yuma Clark

Yuma Clark lives in New Jersey, where he has been teaching for 11 years. Outside the classroom, his loves are family, learning, and fixing things.
Confessional Box for Those a Tad Off Plumb by Carol Hamilton

Confessional Box for Those a Tad Off Plumb by Carol Hamilton

I have recent and upcoming publications in Cold Mountain Review, Common Ground, Gingerbread House, Main Street Rag. Sacred Cow. U.S.1 Worksheet, Pontiac Review, Louisiana Literature, Abbey, 805, Poem, Third Wednesday, One Trick Pony, Plainsongs, O.V.S. Magazine, The Aurorean, The 3228 Review, Illya’s Honey,and others
An Indian Remedy by Mike Ambrose

An Indian Remedy by Mike Ambrose

Mike Ambrose started writing poetry six years ago at the age of 48 and discovered that poetry provides a balance and perspective that has opened up a whole new way
Suitcaseby Claire Scott

Suitcaseby Claire Scott

by Claire Scott It’s your father you must come really? she expects me to see him? to travel two thousand miles to see the man who sharp tongued me straight…
The Man Arriving by George Moore

The Man Arriving by George Moore

George Moore publications include The Atlantic Monthly, Poetry, North American Review, Colorado Review, Antigonish, Blast, and Orion. After teaching literature
ANASTASIA by Louis Gallo

ANASTASIA by Louis Gallo

Louis Gallo’s work has appeared or will shortly appear in Southern Literary Review, FictionFix, Glimmer Train, Hollins Critic, Rattle, Southern Quarterly, Litro, NewOrleans Review, Xavier Review
A Note About Chi Chi

A Note About Chi Chi

I am Dustin Lowman. I live in Nashville, TN, and I write poems and songs. Most of my conception of myself is tied up in what I write in my poems and songs, and I have a lot of fun doing it.
Mayo Clinic by Claire Scott

Mayo Clinic by Claire Scott

by Claire Scott A hotel in Scottsdale, Arizona Walking distance they said We opened the door to A hundred degree blast We drove two blocks To the Mayo Clinic Met…
Do Not Touch by Mirissa D. Price

Do Not Touch by Mirissa D. Price

At the age of ten, Mirissa D. Price of Tucson, Arizona, awoke to a doctor's rattling prognosis: she would forever remain in a nursing home due to a neurological injury.
Maybe by Myrna Stone

Maybe by Myrna Stone

Myrna Stone is the author of four full-length books of poetry: In the Present Tense: Portraits of My Father, a Finalist for the 2014 Ohioana Book Award in Poetry
Beyond Time by Silviu Crăciunaș

Beyond Time by Silviu Crăciunaș

Silviu Crăciunaș is a professor at the “Lucian Blaga” University from Sibiu, Romania, doctor in Mathematics. A while ago, he returned to a somewhat older passion, literature
Yellow Found by Larry D. Thacker

Yellow Found by Larry D. Thacker

Larry D. Thacker is an Appalachian writer and artist. His poetry can be found in past issues of The Still Journal, Kudzu Literary Magazine, The Southern Poetry Anthology,
Huffy by Jim Landwehr

Huffy by Jim Landwehr

Jim Landwehr’s poetry collection, Written Life, was released in March of 2015. His first book, Dirty Shirt: A Boundary Waters Memoir was published in 2014.
Veils by Sindhu Verma

Veils by Sindhu Verma

I live in Bangalore, India and work in a multinational semiconductor company as a wireless systems engineer. I love working on technology but also have a keen interest in literature
Wisp by Johanne Boulat

Wisp by Johanne Boulat

by Johanne Boulat When the wind strummed The electric lines I think I finally heard it then – What whisper made The heads of wheat Sway in the timid light…
Clouds by Robin Dawn Hudechek

Clouds by Robin Dawn Hudechek

Robin Dawn Hudechek received her MFA in creative writing from UCI. She has two chapbooks: Ghost Walk, The Inevitable Press, 1997, and Ice Angels
Exile by Howie Good

Exile by Howie Good

Howie Good’s latest poetry collections are Bad for the Heart (Prolific Press) and Dark Specks in a Blue Sky (Another New Calligraphy). He is recipient of the 2015 Press
Washed Away by Tricia Mccallum

Washed Away by Tricia Mccallum

Tricia Mccallum is an author and a writer. You can follow can follow her at Huffington post: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/tricia-mccallum/ or at Micropoetry http://micropoetry.com/author/celtpoet
Things the dead leave by Rick Richardson

Things the dead leave by Rick Richardson

Rick Richardson is a professional archaeologist, an avid reader, dog lover, father, and poet. Rick lives on the coast of North Carolina. His poetry has been published in the University of San Francisco’s
Grasp by Shannon P. Laws

Grasp by Shannon P. Laws

By Shannon P. Laws Mist disappears into clean air Turns into the space between us Once we were something no one could hold All could see, none could breathe An…
Akizuki by Joe Helmick

Akizuki by Joe Helmick

The sonnets Joe has submitted were all composed in and around Fukuoka Japan during his sojourn there as an English teacher in the 1990's. He has also taught English
Spider Medicine by Angela Muir

Spider Medicine by Angela Muir

Angie Muir is an artist, writer and yogi living in Kailua, Hawaii. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan where she studied English, Theater and Film.
Sonnet nr. 13 by A.M. Hagalin

Sonnet nr. 13 by A.M. Hagalin

A.M. Hagalin is an Icelandic writer of a merry age. Due to personal prefrence he writes in English rather than Icelandic. An occasional dilly-dallier & hoodwinker, though only as a hobby
Fineapple by Amy Ho

Fineapple by Amy Ho

I’m a young physician and over half of my life has been poring over tiny font of incredibly drab writing consisting of an inaccessibly idiosyncratic vernacular–
Boxes by S Wallace

Boxes by S Wallace

S Wallace is a member of Space Coast Writers’ Guild (SCWG), The Space Coast Fiction Writers Critique Group (SCFW), and the Cocoa Beach Writer’s Workshop.
Kingdom of heaven by Tsiviltidou Zoi

Kingdom of heaven by Tsiviltidou Zoi

Tsiviltidou Zoi is currently a full-time English language teacher and a part-time PhD student in Museum Education (University of Leicester). She holds an MA in Cultural Management
Listen by Gus Palmer, Jr.

Listen by Gus Palmer, Jr.

Gus Palmer, Jr. is an associate professor of anthropology. He published the book Telling Stories the Kiowa Way in 2003. He is currently editing a volume of Native
Anima by Witty Fay

Anima by Witty Fay

Witty Fay is a translator by trade and a humanist by nature. She has been writing herself into her poems for some time into the virtual world
Eight Lines by Lenny DellaRocca

Eight Lines by Lenny DellaRocca

Lenny DellaRocca has had work appear in literary magazines since 1980. A Pushcart nominee, DellaRocca was president of a non-profit poetry group that brought
Drill by Steve Klepetar

Drill by Steve Klepetar

Steve Klepetar’s work has received several nominations for the Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net, including three in 2014. Three collections appeared in 2013
Enough by Tricia McCallum

Enough by Tricia McCallum

Tricia McCallum, a Glasgow-born Canadian, is an award-winning writer and poet and prolific Huffington Post Blogger. She is the author of two books of poetry
Vision by Renee Elton

Vision by Renee Elton

Renee Elton is a poet and teacher, currently working on a manuscript of poems about Victorian explorers in West Africa. She has an MFA in Creative Writing from George Mason University.
The Last Day by George Moore

The Last Day by George Moore

George Moore has a new collection, Children's Drawings of the Universe, coming out with Salmon Poetry (Ireland) in February, and my last is The Hermits of Dingle
The Odd Couple by Miasol Eguíbar

The Odd Couple by Miasol Eguíbar

Miasol Eguíbar holds a degree in English Studies from the University of Oviedo. She is currently working on her PhD in Canadian Literature. She makes her home in Spain.
chirp by Joseph L. Dahut

chirp by Joseph L. Dahut

Joseph L. Dahut is a student at Drew University in Madison, New Jersey, where he studies English and Art History. Joseph attended Gonzaga College High School in Washington, D.C.
Fossils by Elaine Olund

Fossils by Elaine Olund

Elaine Olund writes and creates visual art and design in Cincinnati, Ohio. She has published poems and short stories in Bartleby Snopes, Turk's Head Review, Black Denim Lit, and many print and online journals.
my father raised me by Chloe Firetto-Toomey

my father raised me by Chloe Firetto-Toomey

Born in Bristol, England, my mother is English Sicilian, my father Irish American. Having duel citizenship I spent much of my childhood traveling between Bristol and Miami. I graduated in 2006 with a B.A in Creative Writing from the University of Surrey
Uncharted by Kristie Ko

Uncharted by Kristie Ko

Kristie is a junior at University of California, Santa Barbara. While she does not yet have the ideal résumé and/or history of publication under her belt at the current time (something she is diligently working on), she aspires t
Formality by Tim Vander Meulen

Formality by Tim Vander Meulen

Tim Vander Meulen is an avid writer of fantasy, short stories, and poems. His main line of focus is his Dark World trilogy, an epic fantasy. Short stories and poetry are experimental. He has many ideas,
The Box by Bethany Rohde

The Box by Bethany Rohde

Bethany Rohde received her BA in English from Western Washington University. She is a contributing writer to the arts/humanities blog: All Nine*. She's always felt most comfortable articulating her thoughts
Poor Thing by Mark A Sullivan

Poor Thing by Mark A Sullivan

Born in Kansas, raised in Boulder, Colorado in the 1960’s by an English Professor and Author Father and an Artist mother. Attended the University of the Americas in Cholula, Puebla, Mexico. Majored in Comparative Literature
Tulips in Snowmelt by Kevin Heaton

Tulips in Snowmelt by Kevin Heaton

Kevin Heaton is originally from Kansas and Oklahoma, and now lives and writes in South Carolina. His work has appeared in a number of publications including: Guernica, Raleigh Review, Beloit Poetry Journal
Ashes and Dust by Ethan Evans

Ashes and Dust by Ethan Evans

Ethan Evans is a high school English teacher in Southwest Missouri who keeps trying to convince his students that poetry is important. He enjoys reading, writing, and watching the Kansas City Royals play baseball