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Most recent poets. Select "Pick a Poet" for entire list.

 

Martha Clarkson

Martha Clarkson is a corporate designer and receives mail in Kirkland Washington.

She is a writer of poetry and fiction and is not adept at folding origami but glad to be part of this. Martha won best short story for Anderbo's 2012 contest and has notable mentions in "Best Non-Required Reading" two years in a row.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bradley McIlwain

Bradley McIlwain lives in Ontario, Canada where he is inspired by songs in nature, and examining our relationships within it. His poems have appeared in the New Verse News, The Open Mouse, Platform Magazine (Victoria University in Melbourne, Australia) and in anthologies such as Something’s Brewing, Kind of a Hurricane Press (2014), The 5-2 Crime Poetry Weekly Vol. 2 (2013) and in Love Notes: A Collection of Romantic Poetry from Vagabondage Press (2012).

Bradley graduated from the University of Toronto's iSchool, where he received his M.I. in Library and Information Science. His new book of poems, Elementals (IOWI, 2015) is now available on
Amazon and Indigo.

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JD DeHart

JD DeHart is a writer and teacher. He blogs about books and authors at dehartreadingandlitresources.blogspot.com and publishes poetry at onpossibilitypoems.blogspot.com.


DeHart is the author of The Truth About Snails, a poetry collection. It is available from Amazon.

 

  

 

 

Arthur Bull

Arthur Bull lives on Digby Neck in the Bay of Fundy regional of Nova Scotia. He has previously published two book-length collections of poetry, and two chapbooks.
His poems and translations from classical Chinese have appeared in numerous Canadian and US journals. Arthur Bull is also a musician and has been active on the Canadian improvised music scene since the 1970’s.  He has also worked in various capacities as an activist for the rights of small-scale fishermen.

In 2009 he visited the Protestant cemetery in Rome, where Keats and Shelley are buried, as well as political thinker Antonio Gramsci, whose grave inspired Pier-Paolo Pasolini’s long poem, ‘Gramsci’s Ashes’, and was reminded of why he became a poet in the first place.

Steven Drenning Jr

Steven Drenning Jr was raised and lives in Southern California.

Previously an atheist of atheists, and partaker of every which wind of philosophy, psychedelic drug, and striking vanity; in 2009 God chose to replace this man's inner man and affect him to be a seeker of Christ above all.

Now in every art, be it poetry, painting, music, dance, etc; Steven seeks the theological aesthetic; to point man toward Christ, and show His glory.

 

 

 

Pattie Flint

Pattie Flint is an uprooted Seattle native toughing it out in New England and spends her days as an editor for an independent publishing press specializing in hand-bound books. She has had her work published in InkSpeak, HESA Imprint, Borders Publication, and Hippocampus, amongst others.

She's afraid that her obsession with hamsters has led to a subconscious belief that all good relationships will die after two years, which leads to her falling in love way more often than necessary.

 

 

 

 

Kathryn Kulpa

As a teenager, Kathryn Kulpa once tried to save a summer night in a Coke bottle. She has found that stories leak less, and work better at capturing tiny moments in time.

 

 

 

 

Pat LaRose

Pat LaRose, a reference librarian at Newport Public Library for 28 years, has been an actress with The RI Shakespeare Theater, and Moonlight Theater Company, and is a member of Ocean State Poets.

Her poems have been published in “Balancing the Tides”, and the “The Loft Anthology- 2012 Poetry Awards”, and “Where Beach Meets Ocean”, the 10th anniversary collection of the Block Island Poetry Project. She’s a Rhode Island native, who likes bird-watching, nature walks, swimming, books and RI beaches. She’s also a sucker for a horse story of any kind.