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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
Hart, Piorre
Seeking the child within each of us and viewing the dark and dreary world from his fresh perspective...
Hartman, San
i was born under the meade moon and the holly tree (yet it is the willow tree that always calls me home) in the month of the salmon, cat and unicorn year of the snake. my sun sign is a big cat . rising and moon sign are the virgin maiden. i think the stars are pretty neat and i love our planet earth so much. the best thing ever is be ing a momma to my three boys that i love with my entire being. ot dushi, san "ot dushi" means "from my soul" i once saw it on a beautiful
Hartwell, Richard
Rick Hartwell is a retired middle school teacher living in Moreno Valley, California, with his wife of thirty-five years (poor soul, her, not him), their disabled daughter, one of their sons and his ex-wife and their two children, and ten cats! Yes, ten. He has previously been employed as an: apprentice carpenter; dairy ranch hand; plywood mill worker (twice); plastics manufacturing plant; newspaper delivery; armed security; facilities analyst; telecommunications analyst. supervisor (twice) an
Hartwell, Richard
Rick Hartwell is a retired middle school (remember the hormonally-challenged?) English teacher living in Moreno Valley, California. He believes in the succinct, that the small becomes large; and, like the Transcendentalists and William Blake, that the instant contains eternity. Given his “druthers,” if he’s not writing, Rick would rather be still tailing plywood in a mill in Oregon. He can be reached at rdhartwell@gmail.com.

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