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Ho Cheung LEE

Ho Cheung LEE (Peter) Ed.D., resides in Hong Kong where he teaches and writes. He earned his doctorate from The University of Hong Kong with a thesis on teaching reading.

His poetry has appeared in aaduna, FIVE Poetry Magazine, Ozone Park Journal, Poetry Pacific, Red Booth Review, Sierra Nevada Review, The Chaffey Review, The Interpreter’s House, The Writing Disorder, Wild Violet and elsewhere. His short stories have also been published in Eastlit, Miracle Magazine, Nazar Look, River Poets Journal and The Oddville Press.

In the winter of 2014 he started BALLOONS Lit. Journal (www.balloons-lit-journal.com)

He can be found at www.ho-cheung.com

Christina Sng

Christina Sng is a poet, writer, and artist. She began writing haiku and senryu in 2015, finding it meditative and calming amid city life. Her short form poetry has since appeared in many venues worldwide. “A Constellation of Songs” is her first haiku collection.

Read more about her work at http://christinasng.com.

2017 update: Christina's poem, Tenderly will be part of the Origami Poems anthology, 'The Best of Kindness, II' due out in April from Amazon.  Her poem was part of the 2nd Annual Kindness contest

 

 

 

 

 

Miriam Sagan

Miriam Sagan is the author of 30 published books, including the novel Black Rainbow (Sherman Asher, 2015) and Geographic: A Memoir of Time and Space (Casa de Snapdragon, 2016). She founded and heads the creative writing program at Santa Fe Community College. Her blog Miriam’s Well (http://miriamswell.wordpress.com) has a thousand daily readers.

Miriam has been a writer-in-residence in two national parks, at Yaddo, MacDowell, Colorado Art Ranch, Andrew’s Experimental Forest, Center for Land Use Interpretation, Iceland’s Gullkistan Residency for creative people, and another dozen or so remote and unique places. Her awards include the Santa Fe Mayor’s award for Excellence in the Arts, the Poetry Gratitude Award from New Mexico Literary Arts, and A Lannan Foundation residency in Marfa.

 

Rick Henry

Rick Henry was born in Illinois, then moved on to NY, CA, NY, MA, NY, PA, NY, AK, NY, NC, PA, OH, MN, and finally New York.

His collection of prose poems, Then, was recently published by Another New Calligraphy.

His other books include: Lucy's Eggs: Short Stories and a Novella (winner of the 2006 Adirondack Literary Award for Best Work of Fiction); Pretending and Meaning: Toward a Pragmatic Theory of Fictional Discourse, a philosophical inquiry into the pragmatic foundations of fictional discourse, Sidewalk Portrait: Fifty-fourth Floor and Falling, and Chant.
 

 

Mo Soulis

Mo Soulis is retired and lives in Black Mountain, NC.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mark Danowsky

Mark Danowsky's poetry has appeared in About Place, The Broadkill Review, Gargoyle, Illya’s Honey, Red River Review, Star*Line, and elsewhere. Originally from the Philadelphia area, Mark currently resides in North-Central West Virginia. He works for a private detective agency and is Managing Editor for the Schuylkill Valley Journal.

 

 

 

 

 

Neil Leadbeater

Neil Leadbeater is an international author, editor, essayist, poet  and critic living in Edinburgh, Scotland. His short stories, articles and poems have been published widely in anthologies and journals both at home and abroad.

His most recent books are Librettos for the Black Madonna (White Adder Press, Scotland, 2011); The Worcester Fragments (Original Plus Press, England, 2013); The Loveliest Vein of Our Lives (Poetry Space, England, 2014), The Fragility of Moths (Bibliotheca Universalis, Romania, 2014) and Sleeve Notes (Bibliohteca Universalis, Romania, 2016). A selection of his poems in Spanish, La Transmissión de la Noche is due to be published in Buenos Aires, Argentina, later this year.

He is a regular reviewer for the on-line journal Galatea Resurrects (A Poetry Engagement) (USA) and his work has been translated into Romanian, Spanish and Swedish.

Garrett Phelan

Garrett Phelan is the author of the poetry book Outlaw Odes (Antrim House 2015) and a micro-chapbook Unfixed Marks (Origami Poems Project 2014). His poems have appeared in a variety of publications including English Journal, Potomac Review, The Found Poetry Review, Word Riot, Off the Coast and in the anthology Poetic Art 2010 (Workhouse Arts Center).

He taught for many years in Washington, DC area high schools, and has taught creative writing under the auspices of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the Washington National Opera, and a variety of other organizations. He presently teaches poetry in one of Connecticut’s prisons.