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Campion, Patricia
Patricia Campion lives and work in the Tampa Bay area of Florida. Her poetry and creative nonfiction have been published in The Sandhill Review.
Cancro, Theresa
Theresa Cancro writes poetry and prose. She has had dozens of poems published online and in print. Some of the publications that have featured her work include Stormcloud Poets Anthology 1 and 2, Kind of a Hurricane Press anthologies, Jellyfish Whispers, Napalm and Novocain, Kumquat Poetry, Three Line Poetry, Brass Bell, The Artistic Muse, Modern Haiku, The Heron's Nest, Ribbons, A Hundred Gourds, Shamrock, Chrysanthemum, Wild Plum, Cattails, Presence and Haibun Today, among many others.
Cantin, Michael
Michael Cantin has survived two wars and at least four seasons of Breaking Bad, so you know he means business. He delights in classical history, the magnificence of the sublimely mundane and the richly bizarre with equal measure. He grew up in Orange County, California and spent his early twenties in Europe seeking to find himself, where he quickly lost himself again. Now residing in Costa Mesa, he writes fitfully between bouts of madness and periods of lucid concern. He would love to buy you a
Carber, Len
Carber, Len
Carcache Flores, Roberto
Roberto Carcache Flores writes and does his best; sometimes anyways.
Carfagno, Joseph
Joseph Carfagno was born in Brooklyn but lives in Connecticut.
Carlton, Bob
Carnahan, Janet
Janet Rice Carnahan lives in Tahoe City, California, where the seasons and natural beauty invite writing in all its forms! Born on the northern California coast, she�s inspired by the coolness of water, majesty of mountains and enriching forests! A joy shared with her husband, adult children, grandson, family and friends. Janet�s published work includes a cover photo, caption and poems in an anthology, �Prompted: An International Collection of Poems�, December 2011. Recently her poe
Caronna, Michael
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Carr, Laurence
Laurence Carr is a writer of plays, fiction and poetry. His volume of fiction, Pancake Hollow Primer, was published by Codhill Press, who also published his micro-fiction book, The Wytheport Tales. He is the editor of Riverine: An Anthology of Hudson Valley Writers and the co-editor of WaterWrites: A Hudson River Anthology, also from Codhill. His fiction and poetry has been published throughout the U.S. including Home Planet News, Rockhurst Review, Out of Line, and For Enid With Love. Over 20 of
Casey, Mary
Mary Casey is a poet who lives in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. Her poetry has appeared in Everyday Poets and Pidgeon Holes online magazines.
Cassese, Renee
A firm foundation in family and tradition leads this artist to create collage and paintings that include many old family photos. Her love of poetry has led to new explorations of combining varied forms of poetry, including the Japanese forms of haiku and tanka, with mixed media art.
Castaldi, Erin
Erin is a haiku poet who is semi-emotionally stable woman who finds nature intoxicating. She became devoted to the skill of haiku throughout voracious travels. Flawless inspiration strikes from the mundane to the absurd. She has been been published in the wonderful journals of 50Haikus, Three Line Poetry, Haiku Journal and ITO/EN The Art of Haiku,ChaNoKeburi, Incense Dreams Journal, Haikuniverse, WildPlum Haiku Journal among others. It is a lifestyle to open oneself up to the incredible voice
Castillo Street, Susan
Susan Castillo Street is a Louisiana expatriate and academic who lives in the Sussex countryside. She is Harriet Beecher Stowe Professor Emeritus, Kings College, University of London, and has published two collections of poems, The Candlewoman's Trade (Diehard Press, 2003) and Abiding Chemistry, (Aldrich Press, 2015). Her poems have appeared in The Missing Slate, The Stares Nest, Ink Sweat & Tears, Nutshells and Nuggets, I Am Not a Silent Poet, Snakeskin, Literature Today, York Mix and





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