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Gusek, Chris
Dear Editor, Thank you for considering the following poem for publication. Sincerely, Chris Gusek
Gustafson, Jim
Jim Gustafson holds an M. Div. from Garrett Theological Seminary at Northwestern University in his home town of Evanston, Illinois and an MFA from the University of Tampa. He is the author of Take Fun Seriously (Limitless Press, 2008), Driving Home, (Aldrich Press, 2013), and Unassisted Living (Big Table Publishing, 2017). He teaches at Florida Gulf Coast University and Florida Southwestern State College. Jim and his wife Connie live in Fort Myers, Florida where he reads, writes, and pull
Guthrie, J-Mag
J-Mag Guthrie is a mother, web-spinner, student, programmer, filker, and, oh yes, a poet. She lives with her husband and two youngest children in SE Texas, USA. She has published one book of poetry about baseball, but is working on two other chapbooks.
Guzzi, Deborah
Deborah Guzzi was born in the U.S.A., educated at the University of Connecticut. She travels for inspiration: China, Nepal [during the civil war], Japan, Egypt [two weeks before ‘The Arab Spring’] and most recently Peru. She has spent years examining the foundations of belief in higher power. Much of her writing expresses a shamanic love of nature.
Hagen, Alexander
Hale, Robert
Hammermeister, Kai
Kai Hammermeister is a professor of German literature at The Ohio State University. He publishes haiku, tanka and other poems in German and English.
Hammick, Marilyn
Marilyn writes during still moments at home in England and France, recalling a childhood in New Zealand and years living in Iran
Hanley, Robert
Hanlon, James
Harmon, Tiffany
Tiffany Renee Harmon is a poet and writer of speculative fiction. Her work has appeared in "Poetry Quarterly," "eHorror," "Haiku Journal, " "Inwood Indiana Press" and elsewhere. She lives with her cat Apollo (the god of poetry) in Cincinnati, OH.
Harn, Casey
A scribbler from NE Iowa.
Harper, MaryCatherine
Mary Catherine Harper, originally from the drylands of Southwest Kansas—the edge of the Rockies, the expanse of the Four Corners desert—has made her home at the confluence of the Auglaize and Maumee rivers in Ohio and organizes and reads poetry at the yearly SwampFire Retreat of artists and writers at 4 Corners Gallery in Angola, Indiana. Most recently her poetry has appeared in The Comstock Review, Cold Mountain Review, Tanka Journal, Old Northwest Review, Pudding Magazine, SLAB, MidAmerica
Harris, Bruce
Bruce Harris is the author of, Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson: ABout Type, published by The Battered Silicon Dispatch Box (www.batteredbox.com)
Harris, Heather

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