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Glin, Amy
hello - this is in response to the call for quiet - thank you
Golden, Sylvia
I am a reluctant lawyer who loves language. My mother tongue is German, but my love is English. English is bursting with varieties and allows for playfulness. Its many exceptions to the rule and its conciseness still astound me.
Good, Howie
Thanks, as always, for taking a look.
Gotham, Warren
Warren Gotham wrangles software during the day. He lives in New Jersey, grew up in Brooklyn, and lived two years in London, where he developed a taste for a certain unnamed English biscuit. When the mood strikes, he posts poems and short stories at http://brooklynbloke.wordpress.com.
Grant, Todd
My name is Todd Grant and I have some haiku coming out in issues of Blinking Cursor and Ink Sweat and Tears, I also have had other poetry printed in Arborealis and Decabration.
Gravina, Kristyl
Gravley, Lori
Lori Gravley writes poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction. She earned her MFA from the University of Texas at El Paso. She has published poems and essays in a variety of journals, including Flights, Nebo, Poetry Motel, South Asian Review, and the Rio Grande Review. She lives just outside of Yellow Springs, Ohio between a meadow and a cornfield.
Gray, DA
D.A. Gray is the author of the new book, Contested Terrain and one previous collection, Overwatch. His poetry has appeared in The Sewanee Review, Appalachian Heritage, The Good Men Project, War, Literature and the Arts, and Still: The Journal, among many other journals. Retired soldier and veteran, Gray writes and lives in Central Texas.
Greenbaum-Maya, Karen
Karen Greenbaum-Maya, psychologist, Claremont, California. Earlier life: German Lit major, read poetry for credit. 2010 Pushcart Prize nominee. First chapbook, Eggs Satori, will emerge 2011.
Greenwood, Alix
Griffith, Michael A.
Michael A. Griffith teaches Public Speaking, Communications, and Creative Writing at the college and adult non-credit continuing education levels. His essays have appeared in Teaching For Success and Lehigh Valley Woman's Journal and his short fiction has appeared on the Twilight Times website. His most recent poetry has appeared in the Tanka Journal, Indiana Voice Journal, Three Line Poetry, and Ripen the Page online literary journals. He resides in Somerset County, NJ.
Groch, Evie
Evie Groch, Ed.D. is an Educational Consultant and Field Supervisor/Mentor for new administrators in Graduate Schools of Education in several bay area universities. Her opinion pieces, humor, poems, short stories, recipes, word challenges, and other articles have been published in the SF Chronicle, The Contra Costa Times, The Journal, MarketPlace, J Weekly and Games Magazine. Many of her poems are part of published anthologies. Her travelogues have been published online with Grand Circle Travel
Grodin, Laura
Laura Grodin is a recent MFA recipient from Adelphi University. Laura lives in Brooklyn, New York, and her work can be found in the October 2012 edition of Milk Sugar Literature.
Grunewald, Jill
Guilford-Blake, Evan
Evan Guilford-Blake writes poetry, plays and prose and for adults and children. His work has appeared in roughly 70 journals and anthologies. He is also the author of thirty published plays and three full-length works of fiction: the novels "The Bluebird Prince" and "Animation," and the story collection "American Blues." He and his wife (and inspiration) Roxanna, a healthcare writer and jewelry designer, live in the Atlanta area. More information is available at http://www.amazon.com/Evan





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