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JoyAnne O'Donnell

JoyAnne O'Donnell is a poet from Pennsylvania. Her poems appeared in various online and print poetry places including Poetic Medicine, UpEnder, Enclave and more.  

JoyAnne loves the art of sharing her poetry.






Kim Peter Kovac

Kim Peter Kovac works nationally and internationally in theater for young audiences with an emphasis on new play development and networking.  He tells stories on stages as producer of new plays, and tells stories in writing with lineated poems, prose poems, creative non-fiction, flash fiction, haiku, haibun, and microfiction, with work appearing or forthcoming in print and on-line in journals from Australia, India, Dubai (UAE), the UK, and the USA, including The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts, Red Paint Hill, Elsewhere, Frogpond, Mudlark, and Counterexample Poetics.

He is fond of avant-garde jazz, murder mysteries, contemporary poetry, and travel, and lives in Alexandria, VA, with his bride, two Maine Coon cats, and a Tibetan Terrier named Finn.  www.kimpeterkovac.tumblr.com

(Above photo portrays poet's image projected on wall at the Delhi Book fair while doing a panel on storytelling, books, theater, and young people.)

Eugenia Hepworth Petty

Eugenia Hepworth Petty lives in the Pacific Northwest. She is the author of the chapbook Pamyat Celo/Memory Village (2007). In addition to writing, she shoots film and covers objects in wax, glitter, and resin.

Find her at: www.eugeniahepworth.com






James Brush

James Brush lives in Austin, TX where he teaches high school English. He is the author of Birds Nobody Loves, A Place Without a Postcard, and numerous scraps of paper around his house.

His favorite thing to do is hang out with his wife and young son.

You can find him online at Coyote Mercury. He also edits the online literary journal Gnarled Oak.


Veronica Matsuda

Veronica Matsuda ♦ 

A second-generation Japanese American, Veronica Matsuda grew up in a seaside town near Santa Barbara. She matriculated at the University of California Davis, where she studied English literature and creative writing.

An avid animal lover, visual artist, and active hiker, Veronica currently lives in northern California with her husband and two dogs.



Cynthia Anderson

Cynthia Anderson lives in the Mojave Desert near Joshua Tree National Park. She is the author of four poetry collections—In the Mojave, Desert Dweller, and Shared Visions I and 2 (in collaboration with her husband, photographer Bill Dahl). She is co-editor of the anthology A Bird Black as the Sun: California Poets on Crows & Ravens. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in journals such as Askew, Waypoints, Dark Matter, Whale Road, and Eternal Haunted Summer.

She is on Facebook and blogs at http://cynthiashidesertblog.blogspot.com/

John Grey

John Grey is an Australian poet, US resident.  

His work has appeared in Poem, Spindrift, Tribeca Poetry Review, the horror anthology, “What Fears Become”, Potomac Review, Hurricane Review and Pinyon.  His work has also appeared in Old Red Kimono, Alimentum,  South Carolina Review, The Pedestal, Prism International, Big Muddy, Slant, Southern California Review and Natural Bridge with work upcoming in the Kerf, Leading Edge and Louisiana Literature.