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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.
Hatter, Shasta
I re-wrote this. I hope you enjoy the revised version.
Hauck, Pam
Haviland Jr., Michael
Hayes, John
I give poetry readings, act and direct in Community Theater. I appeared as a scurvy looking corpse on Homicide.
Hayes, Thomas
I employ a traditional writing form which I credit my mother for instilling in me from a very young age. She wrote poetry, and in my younger years I thought poets and poetry too pretentious for me. Yet, those seeds were planted and it has taken a lifetime of experiences for them to germinate.
Heath, Gary
Heby, Richard
Richard Heby is a New York City writer who believes that the best art intersects chaos and reason.
Hedman, Angela
Angela Hedman is an artist, poet, and high school art educator who resides in Indiana with her husband, kids, and geriatric dog. She holds a BFA in Metalsmithing, a BS in Art Education, and a MA in Metals. All degrees were earned from Ball State University. Her artwork has been exhibited both locally and nationally, and has been published in the 2018 Spring issue of The Broken Plate. Her poetry can be found in Ink to Paper (volume 2), the Poetry Society of Indian's 2017 anthology.
Heifetz, Arthur
Retired State Farm insurance agent, returning to his first love, poetry. See polishedbrasspoems.com.
Hemmerich, Matt
Matt Hemmerich is a baker and drummer from San Francisco, CA. His work has appeared in Berkeley Poetry Review, Vanitas, and Atlas Poetica.
Hemmings, Kyle
Bio Kyle Hemmings is the author of three chapbooks of poems: Avenue C (Scars Publications), Fuzzy Logic (Punkin Press), and Amsterdam & Other Broken Love Songs (Flutter Press). He lives and writes in New Jersey

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